Explore Music! SPAIN

Experience the Music & Culture of Spain

COMMUNITY MUSIC SCHOOL 

Sunday, February 12, 2017 from 12:30-3 p.m.
Edward Jones Commons in the East Academic Building (EAB) on the campus of Webster University
545 Garden Ave. 
Webster Groves, MO 63119
Parking is available in the parking garage on Garden Ave. directly across the street from the EAB. 

St. Louis Cultural Flamenco SocietyJoin us on Sunday, February 12th from 12:30-3 p.m., as we explore the music and culture of Spain at the East Academic Building on the campus of Webster University.  

Flamenco has been described both as a way of life and a fusion of cultures, as expressed through music, dance, and song.  Its roots are in the multiple cultures of South Spain.  

At Explore Music! SPAIN we will learn about the history of Spanish and Flamenco dance, listen to live Flamenco guitar and song, learn a Flamenco dance move or two, taste delicious Spanish cuisine (available for purchase) and take part in cultural activities and crafts.

The St. Louis Cultural Flamenco Society will be our guide on our journey to Spain, with guest artists Marcos Jimenez, Internationally known Flamenco artist, native of Seville, Spain; Liliana De La Caridad Fagoaga, native of Cuba, trained in all three forms of Spanish dance; Esther Pardo from Murcia, Spain, danced as a soloist and principal roles in Spain, Cuba, France and Germany; Edwin Suarez from Colombia, studied and share the stage with great artists from Spain; singer Macarena Jurado De Heras, native of Seville, Spain, started singing Flamenco and the Copla at a very early age, performs around Spain, Portugal, France and the USA; and guitarist Ricardo Diaz originally from San Francisco, studied in Madrid Spain and has performed with world-renown Flamenco artists throughout the country.  Learn more about the St. Louis Cultural Flamenco Society at:  www.stlouisflamenco.org

passportExplore Music! passport holders - bring your passports and add another sticker to your collection.  Those new to Explore Music! events can pick up a passport and sticker at Explore Music! SPAIN.

Admission:  
FREE and open to the public.  For all ages.  

Questions?  Call (314) 968-5939


Explore Music! SPAIN, Experience the Music and Culture of Spain is presented as part of the Community Music School's global music program, which was established to develop increased exposure to and experience with music of all cultures.  With the belief that all musical styles are equally valid, the CMS endeavors, through the Explore Music! program, to foster social harmony, trust, understanding, and appreciation of all cultures.  Students, teachers, and those with a general interest in music and exposure to diverse cultural music practices are invited to participate and observe.