Saturday, June 29, 2013

Outside the Box Festival Boston: Eve Costarelli to perform!

Summer 2013
Always Be Dancing!

Anthony Tiriti Tran and I are thrilled to be a part of Outside the Box, a free, outdoor arts festival in Boston, July 13 - 21, 2013!

You will find YAMA artists/ensembles: 
Alastair MoockBehind the Mask, Eve Costarelli, Mystic Paper BeastsOdaiko New England and Roots Music Collective on the "Lily Pad" and "Squirrel's Den" stages on Boston Common.

Come see Eve Costarelli and Anthony Tiriti Tran presenting “The Birth of Flamenco” on the Lily Pad stage (next to the Frog Pond) on Thursday July 18th and Saturday July 20th, both shows start at 12noon.

A revolutionary event is happening this July in the heart of Boston, one that promises to unite neighborhoods, citizens, and artistic communities throughout the city: Outside The Box.
From July 13th – 20th, the first annual performing arts festival will turn public spaces like the Boston Common and City Hall Plaza into performance spaces, with over 200 events showcasing the best of Boston and Massachusetts.
And one of the things that makes Outside The Box so revolutionary? Every event is completely FREE!
In true festival tradition, Outside The Box not only aims to unify the community, but to make art accessible to everyone. From theater to dance, the symphony to independent bands, classic to cutting-edge – whatever your preference, Outside The Box will intrigue you, draw you in, and introduce you to new talent. All you have to do is show up, and let our diverse programming do the rest.

Now more than ever is the time to support the city and show the world our talents, so join us this summer at Outside The Box, Boston’s MASSive performing arts festival.

Monday, June 3, 2013

Youth Flamenco Open Houses and The Dance For World Community

Youth Flamenco Open House

“Come give flamenco a try! Children love flamenco. They love flamenco because it is fun! They are fascinated by the rhythms, by stamping their feet loudly, clapping their hands, snapping their fingers, and shouting ole! Children love flamenco because it allows them to feel free, as if they can do anything. Children love flamenco because it gives them character.”

Wednesday 6/5/2013 the Dance Complex, 536 Mass Ave., Cambridge, MA
·        Youth Flamenco (Beginner) Ages 6-9  4:00-5:00PM
·        Youth Flamenco (Intermediate) Ages 9-16 5:00-6:00PM
Friday 6/7/2013 @ Open Spirit at Edwards Church, 39 Edwards Street, Framingham, MA:
·        Adult/Teen Flamenco: Sevillanas series (Ages12+10:00-11:15AM

***Please come support these beautiful,  joyous, passionate flamenco dancers at the Dance for World Community, Saturday June 8th , 3PM Stage #1. Free and open to the public.***

***the Dance for World  Community will be held on the Cambridge Commons***