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True Flamenco: “Gitanerías” at the Ángela Peralta Theater


By Ian Iracheta

Black sounds. Wailing. Loneliness of loneliness, all is loneliness. The soul that is carried forth on guitar strings, in a universal language. This is the call of flamenco, a river that drags fortune downstream, the magical architecture of India, the Muslim prayers at the minarets, and a pure spiral of singing in Sefarad, the Hebraic part of Spain.

Ángela la Yerbabuena, a Mexican-born bailaora of Gypsy origin who has lived in San Miguel de Allende for over twenty years, has summoned her entourage Mi Luna Flamenca to present such a spectacle called “Gitanerías” at the Ángela Peralta Theater.

Her partner, the bailaor Alfredo Enríquez, has always felt the call of flamenco, and ever since la Yerbabuena arrived in San Miguel de Allende, they have made a powerful duo that has taken theaters, forums, and plazas by storm with their precise and spectacular interpretations of flamenco music.

Guitarist Gerardo Amador, who accompanies them, has ample experience in the performance of contemporary music, jazz, and flamenco, and percussionist Victor Monterrubio is a lively part of the vibrant artistic and musical community of San Miguel. Cantor, Roberto Solís and guitar player Juan Ramírez complete this group that brings to life alegrías and soleares, bulerías and tangos, sevillanas, and fandangos. Come on March 9 to enjoy “Gitanerías” by Ángela la Yerbabuena and her ensemble at the Ángela Peralta Theater—for a night of true flamenco.


Dancing, Music, and Singing

Flamenco “Gitanerias”

Ángela García Esperón

Fri, Mar 9, 7pm

Teatro Ángela Peralta

Luneta 350 pesos, Palcos 250 pesos, Galería 150 pesos

Tickets at the theater box office



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