Flamenco Intimo with Siudy Garrido

Posted On: September 20, 2019

Saturday, September 14th, 2019 at 7:30pm

Davie, FL. Bailey Hall will open its doors for the 2019-2020 MAINSTAGE SERIES with an original production by renowned flamenco dancer and choreographer, SIUDY GARRIDO. The show SIUDY GARRIDO FLAMENCO INTIMO, will take the stage on September 14th, 2019 at 7:30pm. This barrier-breaking artist intertwines traditional and contemporary techniques to produce an authentic flamenco of her own. This one hour and thirty-minute transcending production is said to "leave you breathless" - News 24.

This production entails the real essence and composition of life, the growth of humans, and the unique journeys of each individual, which eventually mold us to the person we evolve as.

SIUDY GARRIDO FLAMENCO INTIMO features original music from world renowned flamenco guitarist, Jose Luis de la Paz. Patrons will have the opportunity to experience the blend between the celebrated musical figures alongside 6 exceptional corps de ballet dancers.


Ticket prices range from $18 to $29 with special pricing at the Box Office for Broward College students and Faculty/Staff. Tickets can be purchased by phone at (954) 201-6884, online at www.baileyhall.org or in person at the Bailey Hall Box Office, 3501 SW Davie Road, Davie, FL 33314. (Broward College - A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Building 4)

About Bailey Hall

Bailey Hall is a professionally equipped cultural venue on the central campus of Broward College. Its mission is to serve as a laboratory setting for students in music, theatre, and dance; to be a vital source of cultural engagement for all Broward College students who are given the opportunity to use Bailey Hall for performances and concerts; and to be a high-profile outreach arm of the college to its surrounding communities. Performances at Bailey Hall represent a unique blend of hip, smart, engaging, and authentic programming. In addition, we are committed to honoring the many cultures of South Florida with our offerings.

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