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Antonia Jiménez & Inma La Carbonera: A Gaya (To Mother Earth) (RBA)

Saturday, March 9, 20248:00 pm
$31 advance$36 doors$26 Student/Senior (w/ ID, Senior 65+)doors 7pm

This year’s edition of the celebrated Flamenco Festival New York features the captivating duo of Antonia Jiménez, one of the most important names among Spanish female guitarists and composers, and Inma La Carbonera, a soulful vocalist from Seville in a rare New York appearance. La Carbonera has worked alongside such leading flamenco artists as Antonio Canales, Manuela Carrasco and Olga Pericet and collaborated with the Andanzas dance company. Jiménez, born in El Puerto de Santa Maria, Cadiz, studied with masters Manolo Sanlucar, Gerardo Núñez and Rafael Riqueni and appeared with vocalist Carmen Linares, and dancers Belen Maya, Manuel Liñán and Rocio Molina, among others. In their concert, A Gaya, Jiménez has musicalized verses from Lorca and various female Spanish poets that had never been sung before in flamenco. This performance pays tribute to the strength of women and the importance of Mother Earth.

 

 

Antonia Jiménez & Inma La Carbonera: A Gaya (To Mother Earth) (RBA)

Saturday, March 9, 20248:00 pm
$31 advance$36 doors$26 Student/Senior (w/ ID, Senior 65+)doors 7pm

This year’s edition of the celebrated Flamenco Festival New York features the captivating duo of Antonia Jiménez, one of the most important names among Spanish female guitarists and composers, and Inma La Carbonera, a soulful vocalist from Seville in a rare New York appearance. La Carbonera has worked alongside such leading flamenco artists as Antonio Canales, Manuela Carrasco and Olga Pericet and collaborated with the Andanzas dance company. Jiménez, born in El Puerto de Santa Maria, Cadiz, studied with masters Manolo Sanlucar, Gerardo Núñez and Rafael Riqueni and appeared with vocalist Carmen Linares, and dancers Belen Maya, Manuel Liñán and Rocio Molina, among others. In their concert, A Gaya, Jiménez has musicalized verses from Lorca and various female Spanish poets that had never been sung before in flamenco. This performance pays tribute to the strength of women and the importance of Mother Earth.