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Sabor Flamenco: Concert with Marisela Fleites

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Harbor History Museum is thrilled to kick off the 2016 concert series with the big, bold music of Sabor Flamenco--a night of flamenco music with the talented Marisela Fleites.

Marisela Fleites is a Cuban born dancer of Spanish descent. She started dancing flamenco and Spanish dances at the age of 5, and has studied in Cuba, Spain, Mexico and the USA with masters like Olga Bustamante, Orlando Vargas, Stella Arauzo, Mari Carmen Guerrero, Oscar Nieto, Timo Lozano, Teo Morca, Citli Ocampo, Patricia Linares, Adriana Maresma, María Chacha Bermúdez, Estefania Martinez, Javier Martos, Concha Vargas, Pepe Torres, Alejandro Granados, and others.

Ms. Fleites also directs the performing group Tacoma Flamenca. She holds a Ph.D. in Romance Languages and Literature and teaches Spanish and Latin American Literature at Green River College. Ms. Fleites has been teaching flamenco at Washington Contemporary Ballet Studio since 2001.

Marisela will be performing with the great flamenco singer Samir Osorio, and guitarist John Bussoletti for a night of Sabor Flamenco.

Doors will open at 6:30pm. The Museum will offer light snacks and a cash bar. To purchase tickets, please click here.  

Please note: This concert will take place outside of the Museum's regular third Thursday concert schedule. We will return to our regular schedule in February.

Earlier Event: January 27
Business Partnership Breakfast
Later Event: February 6
Our Town: Croatia [Family Program]