Upcoming Events

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Friday, August 5th, 2022

DOORS OPEN 7PM/SHOW 8PM

Join us first Friday of August, as Phoenix World Arts Collective presents you Tablao La Pinta Flamenca. Southern Spain is known for its traditional tablaos; intimate settings, housing both Flamenco music and dancing, enveloping the twists and turns of rhythm and harmony. Experience the special moment a dancer slowly, and strategically, embodies and spontaneously personifies the beauty of this artform. Valeria "La Chispa" Montes, along with her artists in residence, will be bringing down the house at the Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center in downtown Phoenix. You do not want to miss this special performance!

 

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Past Events

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Saturday, April 23rd 7-9PM / Sunday, April 24th 5-7PM-2022

Director David Gutiérrez and Barcelona Flamenco Ballet will create a tension so electric, that the metallic tapping and rhythm of the dancers’ footwork and  will leave you amazed. Join us for this internationally recognized performance of TIEMPO NUEVO:Flamenco Reborn. 

 

Continue Valentine's throughout the weekend, and allow yourself to be taken by Phantom. Learn Tango, enjoy hors d'oeuvres, an amazing four-course meal prepared by gourmet chefs of The Phoenix Palate, and be enticed by a show guaranteed to knock your socks off!

 

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PWAC and Pyrrha Sutra Entertainment know how to bring the house down! Join us for an evening of 1920s glitz and glamour. Live music, classic Burlesque , Flamenco and so much more-taking place at the historical Hotel San Carlos!

 

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"The Great Soiree-Holiday Edition" at Hotel San Carlos in Downtown Phoenix- AZ-Join us for some holiday fun as PWAC and Pyrrha Sutra Entertainment collaborate to bring you classic burlesque, drag, Flamenco and more! 

 

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A series of Flamenco shows on the rooftop of The Clarendon Hotel, showcasing dancers from Albuquerque, NM. We will keep you updated on our Fall season shows, when the weather is perfect for outdoor entertainment.

 

CAFÉ FLAMENCO PHX 2019

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Join us Saturday, December 7th, for an elegant evening of Flamenco culture. Be part of the experience by enjoying artisan drinks, a Paella dinner and partake in an amazing tablao show. " What is tablao?"-an experience so breathtakingly difficult to put into words. The Spanish guitar strums and transports you into the very heart of Southern Spain, meanwhile the singer takes charge of your heart. The dancers transform and personify words and feeling, into elegant movements and thunderous footwork. All elements come together and take you on the wildest ride of your life! Beauty, strength, elegance and vulnerability take center stage, in order to share the very heart of what is CAFÉ FLAMENCO PHX!

 

La Chana Film Screening @ FilmBar

With depth, humor and pathos, La Chana celebrates the charisma and flair of a self-taught Gypsy flamenco dancer who in the 1960s-80s rose to international stardom and then suddenly vanished from the public eye at the height of her career. Peter Sellers saw her dance as a young woman and asked her to perform in the film 'The Bobo' in 1967. Hollywood beckoned, but that was not to be. In her baroque boudoir in Barcelona, La Chana continues to practice her art and reveals the reason her career came to such an abrupt end. Filled with footage of spectacular flamenco dance and music, this film brings us under the skin and into the irrepressible spirit of this eccentric woman with an uncanny gift for rhythm who, despite all odds, enjoys a comeback in her late sixties.

De Color Y Llanto @ Plaza Las Tradiciones

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Phoenix World Arts Collective invites you to a night of enchantment, where WorldDANCE and Café Flamenco unite for the first time, to bring our community the most beautiful experience yet. Feast your senses on the power of world art performances and be prepared to indulge in the PWAC experience! De Color y Llanto, translates to "Of color and weeping [pain]", speaking to the fact that the beauty of life is held between balance of both happiness and hardship. This event is about celebrating life and culture, embracing our roots and knowing that at times there is no beauty without pain.