Flamenco Night A Dinner and Music Event At Stage 84 Music Cafe 6/26/10

Flamenco Night – A Dinner & Music Event At Stage 84 (Music Cafe)
June 26th, 7pm
Stage 84 (Music Cafe)
9118 W State Rd 84 (I-595)
Fort Lauderdale (Davie/W Hollywood)

We are pleased to announce that our Flamenco Night has returned to STAGE 84. This music, dance and food event utilized the passion of the Flamenco Spanish energy to create a night of pleasure.

Enjoy the delicacy of Southern Spain and pretend for a moment you are really there with live performances by La Casa del Flamenco dancers, including Miguel Angel who was trained at National Ballet of Spain. Paella and tapas and selection of Spanish Wines food specials.

Over 21 to drink
Cover: Only $5
Reservations are highly encouraged.
Call: 954-474-5040
Online: http://flamencoflorida2.eventbrite.com
Free Glass Of Sangria If You Pre-Pay

Official Holy Mackerel Taphouse

Stage 84: “It’s cozy, intimate and funky, with an elevated, lighted stage, sofas and tables, art work for sale on the walls. Featuring draft beers including local micro-brewery brands, wine, great food and desserts, and the area’s friendliest staff.”

“Bring your appetite, your thirst, your friends and your singing voice! Come once – and you’ll come back.”

“This dark and cozy one-room lounge is a suitable place to kick back on a couch with friends or to watch local musicians…”

Miguel Angel comes from a family of Andalusian Gypsies. Dancing, singing and playing the guitar has always been a way of life for him He began dancing professionally as a child while traveling with his family. He has toured throughout the world with some of the most prominent Flamenco companies from Spain such as the National Ballet of Spain , Ballet Español de Paco Romero, Adrian Galia, Bruno Arjeta, Soledad Barrios, Ester Ponce, Maria Benitez Teatro Flamenco.

Miguel Angel is the founder of LA Casa del Flamenco. It was created in 2007.
La casa del Flamenco is a place where Flamenco in it’s different forms is taught. These include el cante, la guitarra and el baile. Percussive instruments such as cajon and castanets are taught as well.

He also created Miguelangel and his flamenco Tribe years ago with the intention of exposing audiences to true, authentic Flamenco. They have performed locally in many different venues and events. these include private gatherings, Folkloric festivals, International Dance Conventions, multicultural events both at schools and the Broward Center or the Performing Arts.