Flamenco stars to perform in Weehawken
Concert will be fourth in free summer concert series
by Ian Wenik
Reporter Correspondent
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FEATURED – Dancer Auxi Fernandez will be among the featured performers when Summer Concerts on the Hudson celebrates the art of Flamenco on Wednesday, Aug. 14 at 7 p.m. at Lincoln Harbor Park.
FEATURED – Dancer Auxi Fernandez will be among the featured performers when Summer Concerts on the Hudson celebrates the art of Flamenco on Wednesday, Aug. 14 at 7 p.m. at Lincoln Harbor Park.
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Summer Concerts on the Hudson celebrates the art of Flamenco on Wednesday, Aug. 14 at 7 p.m. at Lincoln Harbor Park. Some of the world’s finest flamenco musicians and dancers will perform under the direction of noted Flamenco guitarist Pedro Cortes.

This concert will feature original music from Cortes’ new CD “Los Viejos No Mueren” played by Cortes and his world-class band.

Featured guest artists will include dancers Auxi Fernandez and Oscar Valero and singer Jesus Montoya. Fernandez has performed on the stages of Sapin’s El Teatro Real, NYC’s City Center and Mexico’s Bellas Artes.

Valero, originally from Valencia, Spain, is a multitalented and versatile flamenco dancer, singer and percussionist who has been a soloist with the Antonio Canales Flamenco Company and the María Pagés Dance Company.

Jesus Montoya, born into one of the oldest Gypsy families in Seville, Spain, has collaborated with many of the greatest Flamenco companies, dancers, and musicians the world over. An accomplished recording artist, Montoya was featured on the Grammy winning Deutsche Grammophon recording of Osvaldo Golijov’s “AINADAMAR.”

The Hudson Riverfront Performing Arts Center, Inc. (HRPAC), a New Jersey Not-For-Profit, presents this summer long series of open air concerts free of charge to the general public.

Audience members are requested to bring a lawn chair or blanket, if possible.

The Hudson Reporter newspapers are a co-sponsor of the series.

For more information, directions, late breaking concert news, and updates, please check the HRPAC website (www.hrpac.org) or call the concert info line at (201) 716-4540.

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