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Contra Tiempo with Las Cafeteras - joyUS justUS

Contra Tiempo with Las Cafeteras - joyUS justUS

Sat, Nov 10, 2018 at 8 pm



This bold, multilingual dance company draws on their Los Angeles roots by fusing Salsa, Afro-Cuban, Hip-Hop, urban, and contemporary dance to create an invigorating blend of culturally engaging work. CONTRA-TIEMPO teams up Las Cafeteras, the infectious east LA band that has taken the music scene by storm with their Son Jarocho sound, for joyUS justUS exploring joy as the ultimate expression of resistance.

Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana

Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana

Sat, Feb 2, 2019 at 8 pm



Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana is one of the nation’s most prominent flamenco and Spanish dance companies. Honoring the traditions of flamenco while pushing the art form in new directions, co-founder Carlota Santana promotes flamenco as a living art form and a vital part of Hispanic heritage earning her the title of “The Keeper of Flamenco” by Dance Magazine. Under her direction, the company has premiered more than 20 original works, offering numerous commissions to flamenco artists from Spain and the United States.

Trinity Irish Dance Company

Trinity Irish Dance Company

Sat, Mar 2, 2019 at 8 pm



Forget what know about Irish Dancing, this is Trinity— a thoroughly fresh and engaging vision that goes beyond traditional Irish dance without losing touch with its essence. Lead by Artistic Director Mark Howard, Trinity reshaped Irish Dance in America with a progressive artistic expression and groundbreaking new works. Trinity dazzles audience with hard-driving percussive power, lightning fast agility, areal grace, and the awe-inspiring precision of its dancers with results that The New York Times calls, “impossibly complex.”