Tablao Flamenco


Presented by Abrepaso Flamenco and featuring Sol "La Argentinita"




Why you should see this show…

Immerse yourself in the intensity of Spain’s most popular music and dance form – flamenco! The passion, energy, and raw improvisation in the traditional setting of a tablao will transport you to the cafes of Spain. Featuring flamenco singer Sol “La Argentinita” direct from Spain.

Glenda Sol Koeraus Bio
Glenda Sol Koeraus, “La Argentinita,” is a Buenos Aires-born flamenco dancer and singer who over the past decade has established herself as one of the leading flamenco dancers/choreographers in New York. Sol has been described by The New York Times as “seductively aggressive” and by Theater Online as “a master of her craft.”

She is without doubt one of the few U.S.- based flamenco artists to possess a distinctive vision and voice in an art form still dominated by Spanish-based artists, despite its increasing global appeal. Sol has appeared at illustrious venues such as Lincoln Center, Town Hall, Symphony Space, and The Joyce Theater. She has been featured in the pre-production of Tony Award-winning Christopher Gatelli’s In Your Arms (Powerhouse Theater), Zorro! The Musical (Alliance Theater, GA), Carmen & Traviata (Metropolitan Opera) Choreographer and Solo Dancer for Portland Opera’s production of Carmen (Keller Auditorium) and toured the US as a Solo Dancer and Singer and choreographer for the world renowned Gala of the Royal Horses.

More recently, she has been featured in the multimedia production Medea by Yara Travieso and dancing at the Thalia production Alma sharing the stage with Flamenco star Adrian Galia. Sol was the principal dancer and choreographer for the Flamenco Fusion with Latin Grammy Maestro Raul Jaurena and Multi-Instrumentalist/singer prodigy Diego Amador at the Thalia Theater. Whether teaching, dancing, singing or directing, Sol stays very close to the roots of flamenco, never neglecting the cante jondo (deep song) aspect of the art, which also keeps her close to her native Argentina, a land where the accent of the mate amargo (bitter mate) still rules supreme.


Dining Option

Our Concert Hall menu is fast to the table and allows you to dine right in your ticketed seat. Tableside food service will start 2 hours before showtime and the kitchen will close approximately halfway through the show. Tableside beverage service will continue throughout the concert.


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