Photo by Fred Charles.
A Palo Seco Flamenco
Coach Barn Amphitheater at Pocantico
All tickets are reserved for local first responders, essential workers, teachers, and community groups impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. To request tickets for frontline workers and community groups, email Pocantico Public Programs or call 914-524-6500.
A Palo Seco is a New York-based flamenco company that strives to develop a unique voice, employing their Flamenco expertise while taking into account the context in which they live. Their work aims to expose people to an innovative way of looking at Flamenco, combining traditional techniques with a modern, metropolitan flare. Run by artistic director and choreographer Rebeca Tomas, the company debuted its first production in May 2010 at Theatre 80 St. Marks (New York City). The company has continued its yearly New York City season at Theatre 80, as well as appearing throughout the United States at venues such as the Chicago Flamenco Festival and Jacob’s Pillow. Tomas and company have also been featured as guest artists at the Between the Seas Festival of the Mediterranean in the summers of 2011, 2012, and 2013.
Video from the performance will be made available to the public on the Rockefeller Brothers Fund website and social media.