5 Latino Shows @ S.F. International Arts Festival 2021

SFIAF will present a two-day outdoor program featuring 28 dance, theatre and music ensembles and companies in more than two dozen separate concerts.

See their 5 Latino shows below!

Oct 23rd – 24th, 2021.
Fort Mason, S.F. [see map here].

About festival:

Founded in 2002, SFIAF celebrates the arts by bringing together a global community of artists and audiences and by presenting innovative projects that focus on increasing human awareness and understanding within and across cultures.

 

 

5 Latino shows:

 

ABADA Capoeira will use the occasion to present the organizations 30th anniversary with its “Spirit of Brazil” concert and also to celebrate the birthday of founding artistic director, Mestra Cigarra (Marcia Treidler).

 

Los Nadies (The Nobodies) weave together a wide array of Latin American rhythms with rock, creating a unique and sophisticated danceable fusion that includes Rumba Flamenca, Cumbia, Afro-Cuban, Peruvian & Brazilian music, Reggae and South American folklore with poetically and politically infused lyrics.

 

Las Almas, Bandoneón and Piano Duo will present traditional, nuevo, and contemporary Argentine tango music presenting pieces written and arranged by tango legends Pugliese, Piazzolla, Salgan, and many more.

 

The Brazilian inspired ensemble Homenagem Brasileira present a mix of the diversity of Brazil’s musical traditions. From the Bossa Nova from Rio, to the Samba Jazz of São Paulo, to the Baião and Frevo from the Northeast.

 

Theatre Flamenco de San Francisco will present Sin Tiempo (Without Time) a new group show to mark the company’s performance at the Festival in Fort Mason created by Artistic Director, Carola Zertuche.

 

 

 

Links for shows:

ABADA
https://www.sfiaf.org/2021_abada_capoeira_san_francisco

Los Nadies
https://www.sfiaf.org/2021_los_nadies

Las Almas
https://www.sfiaf.org/2021_las_almas_duo

Homenagem Brasileira
https://www.sfiaf.org/2021_sandy_cressman_and_homenagem_brasileira

Theatre Flamenco
https://www.sfiaf.org/2021_theatre_flamenco_san_francisco