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REVIEW BY TIANA ALVAREZ

“Tonight I saw an uplifting and moving performance...Espiritu Gitano ensemble took me to another time and place. The message about exile and loss of the gypsies and relating it to current themes was enlightening.” This is an artist who truly has his heart in it having escaped the violence of urban America fused the Arabic and Indian Gypsy roots as well as an anti-war message in the Flamenco/Jewish cante "Petenera. "Based on the origin of word "Flamenco." He called his presentation
Felah Menguz/Flamenco Fugitive Peasant in defiance of ethnic conflicts Espiritu Gitano revealed the beauty of blending cultures.