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BCPAC now celebrating its 39th anniversary season (2016-17)


BCPAC Next Performances

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Saturday, January 21, 2017

BUCKS COUNTY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

39th Anniversary Season

PRESENTS

Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre The DUO of Virginia Kelly

Saturday, January 21, 2017 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are available online ($20/$15/$10),
by phone 215-493-3010, and at the door ($25/$18/$10),
with cash, check, or credit card. Doors open at 7pm for 7:30 show.
*tickets are non-refundable
The Argentinean Connection” involves Flamenco and Spanish regional dances interspersed with Tangos, Milongas and Waltzes and new works fusing the two art forms. The acclaimed duo of Virginia Kelly and Bruno Bernardo will join Alborada’s choreographers, dancers and musicians, creating Flamenco and Argentinean dances celebrating their uniqueness and common ground, including a nod to Argentine’s neighbors with a new Brazilian/tangos/rumbas piece. With power and passion, both genres share intricate, rhythmic foot patterns and sensual body movements which are deeply rooted in history and traditions over the centuries.

Gisele Assi, principal dancer will be creating and choreographing a dance of Brazilian Sambas/fused with Argentinean Tangos and Gypsy Rumbas together with Virginia Kelly. Ricardo Santiago, principal dancer will be choreographing a modern style flamenco dance in a duet with Krystina Cardenas, the youngest principal dancer of the company.A new piece will be choreographed by Maria Rodriguez, infusing her Ecuadorian roots . Lisa Botalico will present a restaging of her unique percussive flamenco piece which incorporates the sounds of dancers hitting rocks in counter point to the sounds of their footwork .in synch with the
malambo footwork from Argentina. Eva Lucena- Artistic Director will be re-staging her acclaimed “Caracoles” piece with shawls and fans, plus choreographing a new theatre piece with Lisa Botalico. In sum, Alborada has become well known for its collaborative cross-cultural concerts.

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Saturday, January 21, 2017

BUCKS COUNTY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

39th Anniversary Season

PRESENTS

Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre The DUO of Virginia Kelly

Saturday, January 21, 2017 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are available online ($20/$15/$10),
by phone 215-493-3010, and at the door ($25/$18/$10),
with cash, check, or credit card. Doors open at 7pm for 7:30 show.
*tickets are non-refundable
The Argentinean Connection” involves Flamenco and Spanish regional dances interspersed with Tangos, Milongas and Waltzes and new works fusing the two art forms. The acclaimed duo of Virginia Kelly and Bruno Bernardo will join Alborada’s choreographers, dancers and musicians, creating Flamenco and Argentinean dances celebrating their uniqueness and common ground, including a nod to Argentine’s neighbors with a new Brazilian/tangos/rumbas piece. With power and passion, both genres share intricate, rhythmic foot patterns and sensual body movements which are deeply rooted in history and traditions over the centuries.

Gisele Assi, principal dancer will be creating and choreographing a dance of Brazilian Sambas/fused with Argentinean Tangos and Gypsy Rumbas together with Virginia Kelly. Ricardo Santiago, principal dancer will be choreographing a modern style flamenco dance in a duet with Krystina Cardenas, the youngest principal dancer of the company.A new piece will be choreographed by Maria Rodriguez, infusing her Ecuadorian roots . Lisa Botalico will present a restaging of her unique percussive flamenco piece which incorporates the sounds of dancers hitting rocks in counter point to the sounds of their footwork .in synch with the
malambo footwork from Argentina. Eva Lucena- Artistic Director will be re-staging her acclaimed “Caracoles” piece with shawls and fans, plus choreographing a new theatre piece with Lisa Botalico. In sum, Alborada has become well known for its collaborative cross-cultural concerts.

Bucks County Performing Arts Center 2016-2017 Concert Series Yardley Community Centre


December 10, 2016 – 7:30 p.m.

The Bucks County Singers Terry Greenland, conductor


January 21, 2017 – 7:30 p.m.
Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre The DUO of Virginia Kelly


February 11, 2017 - 3:00 p.m.

Pushcart Players - Peter & the Wolf


March 11, 2017 - 7:30 p.m
“An Irish celebration with Gerry Timlin” Songs, Dance and Sing A Long to celebrate!


April 8, 2017 – 7:30 p.m

“Hammerstein and Sondheim”
“American Songbook Tapestry Woven in Bucks County”
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Saturday, January 21, 2017

BUCKS COUNTY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

39th Anniversary Season

PRESENTS

Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre The DUO of Virginia Kelly

Saturday, January 21, 2017 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are available online ($20/$15/$10),
by phone 215-493-3010, and at the door ($25/$18/$10),
with cash, check, or credit card. Doors open at 7pm for 7:30 show.
*tickets are non-refundable
The Argentinean Connection” involves Flamenco and Spanish regional dances interspersed with Tangos, Milongas and Waltzes and new works fusing the two art forms. The acclaimed duo of Virginia Kelly and Bruno Bernardo will join Alborada’s choreographers, dancers and musicians, creating Flamenco and Argentinean dances celebrating their uniqueness and common ground, including a nod to Argentine’s neighbors with a new Brazilian/tangos/rumbas piece. With power and passion, both genres share intricate, rhythmic foot patterns and sensual body movements which are deeply rooted in history and traditions over the centuries.

Gisele Assi, principal dancer will be creating and choreographing a dance of Brazilian Sambas/fused with Argentinean Tangos and Gypsy Rumbas together with Virginia Kelly. Ricardo Santiago, principal dancer will be choreographing a modern style flamenco dance in a duet with Krystina Cardenas, the youngest principal dancer of the company.A new piece will be choreographed by Maria Rodriguez, infusing her Ecuadorian roots . Lisa Botalico will present a restaging of her unique percussive flamenco piece which incorporates the sounds of dancers hitting rocks in counter point to the sounds of their footwork .in synch with the
malambo footwork from Argentina. Eva Lucena- Artistic Director will be re-staging her acclaimed “Caracoles” piece with shawls and fans, plus choreographing a new theatre piece with Lisa Botalico. In sum, Alborada has become well known for its collaborative cross-cultural concerts.

Bucks County Performing Arts Center 2016-2017 Concert Series Yardley Community Centre



December 10, 2016 – 7:30 p.m.

The Bucks County Singers Terry Greenland, conductor


January 21, 2017 – 7:30 p.m.
Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre The DUO of Virginia Kelly


February 11, 2017 - 3:00 p.m.

Pushcart Players - Peter & the Wolf


March 11, 2017 - 7:30 p.m
“An Irish celebration with Gerry Timlin” Songs, Dance and Sing A Long to celebrate!


April 8, 2017 – 7:30 p.m

“Hammerstein and Sondheim”
“American Songbook Tapestry Woven in Bucks County”

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When you support BCPAC, you are building community through the arts.
BCPAC has presented 38 years of concert series throughout the community and in schools.
We are also building arts education, with after school programs, summer programs, and 
assemblies ( including music, dance and theatre.). Your support helps us to continue
these programs.

When you support BCPAC, you are building community through the arts.
BCPAC has presented 38 years of concert series throughout the community and in schools.
We are also building arts education, with after school programs, summer programs, and 
assemblies ( including music, dance and theatre.). Your support helps us to continue
these programs.