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Flamenco Night at Turkish Cafe

April 25 @ 7:30 pm 9:30 pm

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Flamenco Night at Turkish Cafe

Come join us for a mesmerizing evening of Flamenco music and dance at Turkish Cafe & Lounge. Immerse yourself in the culture rhythms and melodies of this ever evolving Spanish art form. Our talented performers will transport you to the heart of Spain with their captivating performances. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable night of Flamenco in Plano’s most exotic locale. 50% off Sangria and Margaritas with your ticket!!! See you there!


Julia Alcantara – Director/Producer/Dancer
About Jorge Robledo = bailaor (male dancer) Argentina
Marcos Bastian Singer/Guitarist = Sevilla
Luckie Abejorro= Guitar/ Percussion

International Guests present LIVE flamenco dance and music !!!50% off Margaritas and Sangria with ticket purchase.
$15 in advance $20 at the door.


“Ida y Vuelta Flamenco” is Dallas’ premier flamenco dance company presented by 501c3 nonprofit Flamenco Fever. Sponsored by The Dallas Office of Art and Culture, The Moody Fund for the Arts and the Texas Commission on the Arts, we bring in international singers, dancers and musicians to put on world class flamenco right here in DFW!!! Join us in celebrating with Live Music and Dance in a unique event hosted only during the Spring Flamenco Residency!!!

Julia Alcantara – Director/Producer
has been bringing the best of flamenco music and dance to North Texas since 1998. She performed in The Dallas Opera’s production of La Vida Breve, at the Palace Theater for the Performing Arts in San Francisco, and the World Cup Opening Ceremonies, Spain vs South Korea. Ms. Alcantara interpreted Ravel’s Bolero for the Irving Symphony Orchestra in their “Dallas Treasures” concert. She was the first and ONLY American producer to be invited to take an entire production to the birthplace of Flamenco! Last Summer she took her entire to cast of “Memorias Flamencas” to Spain collaborate with some of flamenco’s greatest artists!!!About Jorge Robledo = bailaor (male dancer)

Mr. Robledo, who resides in Buenos Aires, Argentina has been principal dancer for numerous performances in Spain and around the world. He has created and choreographed his own shows, including “Latidos,” “Flamenco Entre Amigos,” and “Encuentro Flamenco.” As a youth, he studied Spanish dance, classical ballet, jazz, and modern dance. He later studied flamenco and classical Spanish dance in Spain and the U.S. with such prominent dancers as: Antonio Canales, Belén Maya, Antonio Granjero, Juana Amaya, and Nacho Blanco. Mr. Robledo has been professor of dance for several years at the Vladimir Issaev Ballet School and Roxy Performing Arts, both in Miami, Florida.

Marcos Bastian Singer/Guitarist = Was born in Sevilla into family of flamenco artists. At the age of 8 he entered the Alcalá de Guadaira Conservatory to study classical music. He holds an intermediate degree as a cantaor at the Cristóbal de Morales Conservatory & has been working throughout Spain since he was 15 years old in tablaos, theaters. He has toured across Spain & Europe performing in Finland, DuBai with artist slike ‘La Tania’, David ‘El Galli’, Antonio Marseille, Ezequiel ReinaLUCKIE ‘ABEJORRO’ –

(Carlos) El Abejorro is an integral part of the Ida y Vuelta team. He is not only a versatile musician, dabbling in electric and acoustic guitar, bass and African percussion, but he is our sound tech and stage manager at show time. In between set up and tear down, he sits in as our cajon player, carefully following both dancers and musicians through dozens of calls, breaks, crescendos, the complicated 12 count rhythms and multiple time signatures that make up the endless diversity of the Flamenco Musical Genre.

$15 – $20
8412 Preston Rd., #332
Plano, TX 75024 United States
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