Flaunting the Flamenco: Juniata Presents Original Quartet's "Andalusia: The Origins of Flamenco"
(Posted November 14, 2018)
Huntingdon, Pa. -- Juniata College will host Original Quartet, who will present “Andalusia: The Origins of Flamenco” on Friday, Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the Rosenberger Auditorium, Halbritter Center for the Performing Arts. This ticketed event is open to the public.
More than 1,000 years ago, the most influential cultures of the West—the Greco-Roman, Arab, Jewish Sephardic and Indian travelers—gathered in Andalusia. There they developed flamenco, a genre of music, song and dance that often includes guitar playing and handclapping.
Consisting of four stars with four different cultures, Original Quartet explores the varied roots of flamenco music. Their repertoire includes Iraqi poems and songs, Sephardi compositions and Indian traditional pieces, as well as modern compositions created specifically for this project.
To learn more about the Andalusia Original Quartet or other Juniata Presents events, visit: www.juniatapresents.com. For tickets and information about the Juniata Presents series, please call (814) 641-JTIX (5849). General admissions tickets for single performances are $20, except where otherwise noted. Single-show tickets for seniors over age 65 and children age 18 and under are $12. Juniata College students are admitted free with a student ID.
--Written by Taylor M. Smallwood ’19—
Contact Genna Welsh Kasun at firstname.lastname@example.org or (814) 641-3138 for more information.