FEB. 20 * Paco de Lucia Legacy Festival
January 18, 2024
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FEB. 20 * Paco de Lucia Legacy Festival

February 20, 2024 — 7:30 PM * Carnegie Hall / Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage, 57th Street and Seventh Avenue, New York City

Tickets start at $23 ($20 + $3 fee)
https://www.carnegiehall.org/Events#calendar

Paco de Lucía will be honored in New York in 2024, coinciding with the tenth anniversary of his death.

Artists like Ruben Blades, Carmen Linares, Diego ‘El Cigala‘ and Farruquito will pay tribute to the guitarist Paco de Lucia at the festival taking place in New York City at Carnegie Hall from February 20 to 24, 2024, the year that marks the tenth anniversary of the death of the musician from Algeciras.

Six spaces in the American city will host the festival Paco de Lucía Legacy with the participation in addition to the already mentioned artists of Al Di Meola, José Merce, Rafael Riqueni, Nino Josele or some of the musicians who shared the stage with Paco de Lucía, such as Jorge Pardo, Antonio Serrano the Brazilian Rubem Dantas, José María Bandera, Antonio Sanchez, Israel Suárez ‘Piraña’ either Carles Benavent, plus West African artists Salif Keita (vocals) and Mamadou Diabaté (Kora) among others. HUGE!!!

TICKETS! https://www.carnegiehall.org/Events#calendar

Performers:

J.M.Bandera, Flamenco Guitar
Carles Benavent, Electric Bass
Ruben Blades, Vocals
Josemi Carmona, Flamenco Guitar and Mandolin
Diego “El Cigala”, Vocals
Javier Colina, Double Bass
Yerai Cortes, Flamenco Guitar
Ruben Dantas, Percussion
Madou Diabate, Kora
Tino Di Geraldo, Drums and Percussion
Al Dimeola, Guitar
Chano Dominguez, Piano
Duquende, Vocals
Farru, Flamenco Dancer
Farruquito, Flamenco Dancer
Pepe Habichuela, Flamenco Guitar
Salif Keita, Vocals
Carmen Linares, Vocals
Makarines, Backing Vocals and Handclaps
Jose Merce, Vocals
Rocio Molina, Flamenco Dancer
Niño Josele, Flamenco Guitar
Jorge Pardo, Flute
Silvia Perez Cruz, Vocals
Antonio Rey, Flamenco Guitar
Rafel Riqueni, Flamenco Guitar
Antonio Sanchez, Flamenco Guitar
Antonio Serrano, Harmonica
Israel Suarez “Piraña”, Percussion

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