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Thursday, Nov 11 2010
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With its rotating roster of local and visiting dancers, musicians and singers, Forever Flamenco has built an enviable loyal following for its intimate, energized, mostly biweekly Sunday showcase. Marking its seventh anniversary, Forever Flamenco celebrates with a special performance, and for the occasion forsakes its intimate 80-seat Fountain Theater home for a larger venue. L.A.-based favorites Vanessa Acosta and Timo Nunez are augmented by San Francisco dancers Yaelisa and Fanny Ara along with guitarist Jason McGuire and singer Jesus Montoya.
Sun., Nov. 14, 8 p.m., 2010
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