Annas Bay Music Festival is a non profit 501 (c)(3) charitable organization based in the historic town of Union, Washington, on the spectacular south shore of Hood Canal, 30 mins from Olympia. Our mission is to produce and present world-class art music in novel ways that reach out to and enthuse all listeners, revitalize modern performances and enrich our local community.
We invite you to join us in celebrating two extraordinary local Flamenco artists and their musicians.
Olympias very own SARAH KING and VERONICA BARRERA.
It’s a rare opportunity to experience a Master Flamenca, let alone two, performing with live authentic accompaniment in a setting as intimate as a neighborhood tapas bar in Andalucia.:
Reserve your tickets now.
Or call: 360-898-5000
Friday, AUGUST 24, 2007 – 8:00 PM
Tiempo y Contratiempo
An Evening of Flamenco Music, Dance and Poetry
Heat things up with a stellar Flamenco performance
by masters Sarah King and Veronica Barrera
Approximately 90 minutes long includes intermission
For hundreds of years, southern Spain (known as Andalusia) has kept a culture all its own, a culture formed by combining elements of Gypsy, Jewish and Islamic cultures with that of Spain. Flamenco is the ultimate expression of this culture. In the dancing of renowned
Flamenco artists Sarah King and Veronica Barrera, you can see the hypnotic rhythms of the music; in the music of equally renowned
Flamenco musicians Joel Kabakov and Antonia Rojas Kabakov, you feel the profundity and poetry of Spains many peoples. Flamencos combination
of tempo (tiempo) and syncopation (contratiempo) create an experience that must be seen to be believed!
Saturday August 25th, 2007 8:00PM
Michael Partington Classical Guitar Evening
An enchanting evening of guitar music by world renowned musician, featuring works by Joaqin Rodrigo and Bryan Johanson
Tickets $34 General Admission
$24 Annas Bay Member
Please consider joining us as a member. Your $50 single membership or $500 Cameratta membership goes a long way to assisting us underwrite our performances and to keeping the music alive, quoting their emailer…