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 Lois Greenfield. Courtesy of Flamenco Vivo.Flamenco music, song, and dance originated in Andalusia, in southern Spain. Photo: Lois Greenfield. Courtesy of Flamenco Vivo.Exhibition
Flamenco: 100 Years of Flamenco in New York
Now through Saturday, August 3, 2013
Library for the Performing Arts

This multimedia exhibition chronicles the history of flamenco dance, music, and song in New York throughout the past century, featuring photographs, costumes, performance regalia, and film. Highlights include costumes made for José Greco, a pioneering flamenco dancer who founded his own company. This exhibition is a collaboration between the Library for the Performing Arts and Flamenco Vivo.

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Funding provided by The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, Con Edison, The Committee for the Jerome Robbins Dance Division, Jerome Robbins Foundation, Consulate General of Spain, Harkness Foundation for Dance, Inc., and New York Council for the Humanities.