Farruquito, heir to the most renowned Gypsy flamenco dynasty, is the greatest flamenco dancer of this new century (NY Times). Farruquito made his first international stage appearance on Broadway in New York City at the age of four alongside his grandfather, “EL Farruco”, and spent his formative years immersed in the legendary Farruco school. He has created and directed over 15 works since the age of eleven, and has not only been hailed by critics and audiences alike for his prodigious artistry, but also for his incredible personality, profound poetry and captivating beauty. As the principal inheritor of the greatest Gypsy flamenco bloodline, Farruquito has made it his life’s mission to share the purest form of flamenco on stages all around the world while further broadening his influence by collaborating with the most paramount film directors, conductors and artists of our time.
Join us for a Dance Talk with Farruquito in Spanish moderated by Dance Critic Orlando Taquechel on Wednesday, October 26 at 7pm on The Moss Center Facebook page.
Run time: 90 minutes
Culture Shock Miami is proud to sponsor The Moss Center's performance of Farruquito
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