Arte y Pureza perform flamenco in its purest form
Thursday, January 26, 2006
Flamenco guitarist Ethan Margolis and dancer Cihtli Ocampo perform the traditional gypsy dancing and music that gave birth to popular Flamenco. Arte y Pureza will open its 2006 season here in San Diego with one performance only - this Sunday, January 29th at the Mandeville auditorium on the UCSD campus. The performance starts at 7 pm.
- Cihtli Ocampo is known as "La Gallardi." She is a Flamenco dancer who is originally from San Diego. She was awarded a Fulbright scholarship for Flamenco and Spanish dance in 1999 and has lived in Seville since 2000.
- Ethan Margolis plays Spanish flamenco guitar and is the artistic director of Arte y Pureza.
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