Return of a Flamenco Legend
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2019
Venue Matthews Theatre
Raw, visceral, and executed with blazing intensity and immediacy.
The Boston Globe
One of today’s superlative dance artist.
The New York Times
The grandson of legendary flamenco founder “El Farruco,” Farruquito is the modern-day repository of a tradition dedicated to preserving the art in its purest form, having performed continually with his grandfather from the time he was four until El Farruco’s death in 1997. The concept of his flamboyant solo dancing as he describes it is simple: “musicians play, I dance, everyone improvising in the moment.” The New York Times referred to his 2016 return after a long absence as “a king reclaiming his realm.”
As of March 1, the shuttle between the train station and McCarter is no longer running.
The Dinky train service from Princeton Junction to Princeton is suspended until Spring 2019. NJ Transit is providing substitute bus service. Buses will depart Princeton station 15 minutes prior to the scheduled train departure time. View updated bus schedule.
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The 2018-2019 Dance Series is sponsored by the Jerome Robbins Foundation.
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