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Andalucia Excites New York
The Andalucia region of southern Spain warms up New York during February 2010 with its 10th Annual Flamenco Festival, thrilling audiences while inspiring them to visit Andalucia, birthplace of the art of flamenco.
Among several stellar productions, Seville-born, "extraordinarily sinuous" Maria Pages, performs her evocative Autorretrato (self-portrait) at the NY City Center.
Also during February, the Festival tours to Miami, Washington DC, Boston, Vancouver, as well as to London.
Flamenco Festival, an organization directed by Miguel Marin, promotes and showcases flamenco and Spanish artists internationally.
Evolving from centuries of folkloric fusions, flamenco flourishes today with diverse regional styles characteristic of each of Andalucia's eight provinces (whose capital cities bear the same name): Almeria, Cadiz, Cordoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaen, Malaga and Sevilla.
Flamenco song, dance and guitar, whether onstage or in a local tavern, are prime attractions to experience at the source, especially at festivals and fairs in Andalucia throughout the year. Complete Text