“Experience the Exotic World of Flamenco!”
Join us for a mesmerizing evening of exotic flamenco, where fire passion, rhythm, and emotion come to life in a fusion of music and dance. It’s an enchanting journey to the heart of Spain’s cultural heritage, and we want you to be part of this unforgettable experience.
SATURDAY AT 7 PM
Herbst Theatre, Room 212,
401 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco.
Tickets are selling fast! Limited space! Don’t miss this opportunity to see amazing flamenco dancers Melissa Cruz and Bianca Rodriguez, Singer, Azriel Goldschmidt and Flamenco Guitarist, Ricardo Diaz!
Melissa Cruz & Bianca Rodriguez – Dancers
Melissa and Bianca will be accompanied by singer Azriel “El Moreno” and guitarist Ricardo Diaz.
Saturday, January 6, 2024
Time: 6-7pm – Drinks for purchase and light hour devours.
Show starts at 7pm
Herbst Theatre, Second Floor – Room 212
Location: 401 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco, CA 94102
What to Expect:
Spectacular Flamenco Dance Performances
Live, Soul-Stirring Flamenco Music
Authentic Spanish Ambiance
Drinks (available for purchase)
An Atmosphere of Passion and Energy
Whether you’re a seasoned fan of flamenco or new to this art form, our exotic flamenco shows promise to leave you in awe of its power and beauty. Let the fiery rhythms, intricate footwork, and expressive storytelling of the dancers transport you to another world.
Don’t miss this chance to be a part of a night filled with passion and artistry. Come and experience the magic of flamenco with us! Get your tickets now and secure your place at this unforgettable event.
We look forward to sharing this incredible evening with you.
For more information contact 510-676-1494 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Biography Melissa Cruz:
She began training with the Bay Area’s acclaimed flamenco master Rosa Montoya and soon thereafter, joined Ms. Montoya’s professional company. Melissa has performed as a soloist in the San Francisco International Arts Festival and has presented in eight San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festivals, twice as a featured soloist.
In 2013, she was commissioned to present a solo representing the genre of flamenco in the San Francisco Isadora Duncan Awards CeremonyEnjoying a concurrent musical career, she is percussionist/drummer/dancer with several active musical projects. She currently continues as principal dancer and choreographer for the San Francisco Flamenco Dance Company and has collaborated with Flamenco Fever (Dallas) Oleaje Flamenco (Seattle), Quiero Flamenco (Spokane), Arte y Pasion (San Antonio), Ballet Flamenco La Rosa, (Miami), Tucson Flamenco Festival (Tucson) St. Louis Flamenco Society (St. Louis MO), Flamenco Pacifico (Portland OR) Theatre