https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flamenco-a-la-mexicana-presenting-maria-aliaga-tickets-404774991897 Multicultural Arts Center
41 Second St.
Cambridge, MA 02141
Art, Good for Groups, History, Music, Outside, Party, Photoworthy, Social Good
In September, Mexico and Mexican people across the world commemorate Mexican Independence. However, through the heart of Mexico runs Prehispanic and Spanish blood, because Mexico is the result of a “mestizaje”, a very deep cultural mixture. Flamenco a la Mexicana is a celebration of that miscegenation of which all Mexicans are a product. It is a show created by the Mexican flamenco dancer María Aliaga, where music, costumes, dances, and traditions fuse with flamenco and Spanish art. Mexican boleros meet the chords of the Andalusian guitar, Mexican textiles turn into a flamenco dress, and La Catrina, the Mexican skull, dances flamenco. This show, created in 2014, has been presented in Mexico City and New York. September 9 at the Multicultural Arts Center will be the first time it will be presented to commemorate the Independence of Mexico, celebrating our “mestizaje”.
We want to keep everyone safe as we bring people back to in-person events, including the audience, performers, and staff.
Masks are required for all audience and staff. If you do not have a mask, we will provide you with one.
It is also required that everyone be fully vaccinated. Please self-certify that you have been fully vaccinated when you purchase your ticket.
Our facility is equipped with MERV-14 filters.