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Flamenco Wednesdays

Free performance second and fourth Wednesdays of each month @ 10pm
Dunya Wine Bar, SF
Info: www.dunyasf.com or 415.400.5770 or 415.400.5770

Milonga at The Verdi Club Thursdays

Every Thursday @ 7pm
The Verdi Club, 2424 Mariposa Street, SF
Info: tangozarry.com

CubaCaribe Presents: Ban Rarrá
Ban Rarrá, one of Havana's premier dance companies, will bring their fiery, mesmerizing blend of Afro-Cuban, Afro-Cuban Haitian and Cuban popular dance to the Bay Area.Headed by master choreographer/director Isaias Rojas, Ban Rarrá has been presenting Cuban dance traditions since their inception in 1994.

Friday, December 2nd @ 8pm
Dance Mission Theater, SF
Tickets: $30 online pre-sale www.brownpapertickets.com/
$35 at the door
More info: www.cubacaribe.org


LaTania Baile Flamenco School performs at City Dance Studios "Onstage 2016"

The City Dance Studios community showcase features world-class dance artists and student dancers performing together in a celebration of the latest moves in flamenco, jazz, contemporary, ballet, hip hop, dance hall, Afro house, and urban contemporary styles.

Saturday, December 3rd @ 8 pm
Sunday, December 4th @ 2 pm


Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture
Cowell Theatre

2 Marina Blvd., SF
Tickets online: fortmason.org

Bolivia Corazón de América at the Rotunda Dance Series presented by World Arts West and Dancers’ Group
Bolivia Corazón de América closes the Rotunda Dance Series 2016 with an array of dances from the South American country of Bolivia, celebrating its diverse and rich culture. A mixture of traditional dances from the Andes high plateau, the valley, and the Amazon will culminate in one of Bolivia’s most emblematic forms, the Cueca. Descended from Indian-American, African and Spanish roots, this courtship dance was born at the beginning of the nineteenth century and is widely popular today, and is danced on stages, in the streets, and on national and social occasions throughout the country.

Friday, December 9th, Noon
San Francisco City Hall
Free
Open seating on the stairs of the Grand Staircase, please feel free to bring your own folding chair.
More info: dancersgroup.org