• Authentic Flamenco by the Royal Opera of Madrid

Authentic Flamenco by the Royal Opera of Madrid

Fri 14 Oct, 2022
Authentic Flamenco by the Royal Opera of Madrid is a special and passionate flamenco show performed by award-winning professionals from Spain. Witness the raw power of the captivating Spanish art form from an incredible venue in Washington DC. Get your tickets!

Tickets for Authentic Flamenco by the Royal Opera of Madrid in Washington DC
🎫 VIP+ Admission - best visibility with seat selection, a tasting of Spanish products before the show, and meet and greet with the artists to take photos after the show
🎫 VIP Admission - amazing visibility with seat selection plus everything included in the VIP+ Admission ticket
🎫 Preferential Admission - great visibility with seat selection
🎫 General Admission - good visibility without seat selection
🎫 Basic Admission - fair visibility without seat selection

All tickets include entry to the experience

💃 Experience a passionate and traditional Spanish flamenco show from award-winning dancer and choreographer, Amador Rojas, alongside outstanding Spanish artists
🎭 Admire the production by the Royal Opera of Madrid, the most important performing arts institution in Spain that was rewarded with the best opera company in the world in 2019 by the International Opera Awards
🥘 Enjoy a tasting of premium Spanish products that are difficult to find in the USA with a VIP ticket
🤩 Produced by SO-LA-NA Entertainment, best in class flamenco production company
🏛️ Located in an outstanding venue in the heart of Washington DC

General Info
📅 Date: From October 14, 2022
🕒 Opening hours: Thursdays–Sundays, various sessions throughout the day
- Guests with a VIP tasting must arrive 30 minutes prior to start time
⏳ Duration: approx. 65-85 minutes
📍 Location: Miracle Theater
👤 Age requirement: all ages are welcome. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult
♿ Accessibility: the venue is ADA compliant
❓ Please consult the FAQs of this experience here
✔️ Safety measures will be in place throughout the experience

- Amador Rojas (dancer), born in Seville in 1980, has been dancing since he was 7. Both a choreographer and dancer, he has a very personal vision of dance. At the age of 16 he started his international career, and has had the opportunity to learn and share the stage with the most important representatives and families of the flamenco art, including the Montoyas, Manuela Carrasco, Antonio Canales, and many others. Amador received the Revelation Artist Award at the Biennial of Seville, and in 2010 he received The Golden Lyre Musicianship Award.

- Yolanda Osuna (dancer), born in Córdoba in 1981, stepped on stage for the first time at the age of 5. She has a degree in Spanish dance and completed her training with important artists such as Javier Latorre, Matilde Coral, Blanca del Rey, among others. Yolanda has received many awards throughout the years and has participated in the most prestigious flamenco theaters and festivals both in Spain and abroad.

- José Tomás Jiménez (guitar), born in Ciudad Real in 1988, has won many awards for solo guitar over the years. He has also accompanied the singing and dancing of outstanding artists, including Rafael de Utrera, Rocío Márquez, Eduardo Guerrero, and many others.

- Manu Soto (singer), born in Cádiz in 1984, has been touring internationally for many years. He comes from a family of artists from the world of flamenco such as José Mercé (uncle and godfather), Manuel Soto “El Sordera de Jerez”, Vicente Soto, among others.

- Bernardo Miranda (singer), born in Córdoba in 1988, has been closely linked to the Peña El Mirabrás in his hometown, where he started and trained as a cantaor, and has won many prizes for his singing skills.

- Sergio de Lope (flute and saxophone), born in Córdoba in 1985, has a degree in flamencology. He won the “Filón” award for the Best Flamenco Instrumentalist, was selected as an emerging musician of the Mediterranean, and has performed at many prestigious festivals, venues and theaters alongside important artists.

- Lolo Plantón (percussion), born in Córdoba, comes from one of the most flamenco families in Cordoba with a long line of artists, including his flamenco singer father, José Antonio Plantón Moreno “El Calli”. Lolo is currently considered as one of the most sought-after percussionists on the flamenco scene.

Flamenco is an expression of passion and emotion; with it, the feelings that make us human are honored and celebrated. Originating in Spain, this special show, in partnership with the Royal Opera of Madrid and produced by SO-LA-NA, brings together award-winning professionals for an unforgettable performance with stunning vocals, instruments, and dances. Whether you’re an avid flamenco lover or just seeing it for the first time, there’s no better, more authentic way to witness firsthand the raw power of this captivating Spanish art form. Olé!

Getting there

Miracle Theatre

535 8th St SE, Washington, DC 20003, 20003

Select date and session

Oct 2022
6:30 PM
8:30 PM
Basic Admission for $44.90 per person
General Admission for $54.90 per person
Preferential Admission for $69.90 per person
VIP Admission for $104.90 per person
VIP+ Admission for $114.90 per person
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