Night Flowers: an evening of Flamenco — Savannah Fuentes with Diego Amador Jr.
Flamenco dancer Savannah Fuentes brings her latest show to Port Townsend’s Palindrome Hall on Tuesday, July 26 at 8pm. Savannah will be joined by Diego Amador Jr., direct from Spain.
The latest program from Seattle-based Flamenco dancer, Savannah Fuentes, entitled “Night Flowers,” signifies the emotional garden of energy generated and shared when we come together in the late evening to experience the art of Flamenco. Savannah has toured the West Coast extensively for the past ten years, presenting Flamenco in its raw form: voice, dance, and guitar. In fall 2019, she brought Diego Amador Jr. from Sevilla on tour and they opted to become a duo once the pandemic hit.
Diego Amador Jr. comes from flamenco royalty, the legendary Amador family. His uncles Raimundo and Rafael formed the revered flamenco rock band, Pata Negra, and his father, Diego Amador, is considered one of the few Flamenco masters on the piano. Tour dates and workshop information at www.savannahf.com
Listen to Diego Amador Jr.’s debut album here: https://youtu.be/QmljhaH3kXg