Performances you won’t want to miss as Flamenco Festival Miami returns to Adrienne Arsht Center

Performances for Flamenco Festival Miami XIII take place March 21-29

Flamenco Festival Miami XIII
Flamenco Festival Miami XIII

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MIAMI – Flamenco Festival Miami returns to Adrienne Arsht Center this March, featuring some of the most celebrated dancers, musicians and singers direct from Spain.

Looking for what to see at this year’s festival? Below are some of the performances taking place March 21-29. Click on each performance to learn more and purchase tickets.

Miguel Poveda in Concert

Saturday, March 21

Flamenco singer Miguel Poveda will take the audience on a tour of the traditional musical forms of flamenco. He shares his personal connection to the music with a spontaneity that will ensure a unique performance.

María Pagés Compañía: Yo, Carmen

Thursday, March 26

María Pagés returns with a new work rooted in her desire to talk about women -- a different story about what real women feel and live. The performance’ description says this isn’t the story of Carmen many may know, adding that “Yo, Carmen” is about the emergence of the feminine voice.

Compañía Manuel Liñán: ¡VIVA!

Friday, March 27

Manuel Liñán returns with an all-male dance company in a new show exploring gender identity through characterizations inspired by the flamenco woman. “¡VIVA!” is a song to the freedom of movement in which the feminine is embraced from the masculine body as its own and gender roles are broken with joy and enjoyment, according to the performance description.

Stars of Flamenco: Mercedes Ruíz, María Moreno and Eduardo Guerrero

Saturday, March 28 and Sunday, March 29

“Stars of Flamenco” will bring together flamenco dancers and singers demonstrating the diversity and vibrancy of flamenco. This year’s project will join together dancers Mercedes Ruíz, María Moreno and Eduardo Guerrero, with Manuel Liñan reappearing as the artistic director.

Those who purchase tickets to more than one Flamenco Festival Miami performance can save 20% on each ticket.

Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts is located at 1300 Biscayne Blvd. in Miami.

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