The Honorary Consulate of Spain, Seattle, and the Flamenco Foundation and Conservatory Casa Patas, presents a performance of De Paso at Gesa Power House Theatre on Tuesday, November 16 at 7:00 p.m.
Inspired by the verses of the popular flamenco “cante” (song), De Paso (“Passing Through”) is a performance that is about the road that we take on our journey through the world; it is about the moments we encounter when different lives, temperaments, and feelings intersect. Blending theatrical effects, and traditional flamenco choreography.
De Paso is directed and choreographed by Sara Pérez, with musical direction by Jaime González. The production features flamenco dancers Sara Pérez and Rubén Puertas, flamenco singers Christina Soler and Ana Polanco, and flamenco guitarists Jaime González and Alejandro Moreno. De Paso is a live theatre event lasting approximately 75 minutes without intermission.
Reserved seating tickets ($40) are available online or by calling the Gesa Power House Theatre box office at 509-529-6500.
This is a rental by: Valdemar Estates. Please note that the renter is requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test (within the previous 48 hours) for all patrons for this event. Please review our current health and safety precautions, including required mask use. Ticket holders will receive an email during the week before the show with any updates.
Casa Patas Flamenco Foundation and Conservatory came into being in the year 2000 with the objective of becoming a center that brings together the activities related to the study, teaching and promotion of Flamenco: cante (song), toque (the guitar and other instruments), and baile (dance). To this end, one of our chief goals is to disseminate this art form (hailed by UNESCO in 2010, as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity), throughout Spain and the rest of the world. The Casa Patas Foundation and Conservatory organizes performances, master classes, and intercultural activities in Spain and abroad. A large variety of artists grace the Casa Patas stage every week for a total of more than 300 performances in any given year. In addition, the Foundation regularly sponsors and coordinates performances at theaters, festivals and cultural centers throughout the world.