The Elevator Project 2019/2020
Presented by Flamenco Fever
8:00pm Friday, September 11, 2020
Part of the Elevator Project 2019/2020 SeasonSubscribe Now
New Date And Venue
We are excited to announce that the Elevator Project presentation of Memorias Flamencas, originally set for April 23-25, has been rescheduled for Friday, September 11, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. in Annette Strauss Square.
This is our spacious outdoor venue, and new COVID-19 health and safety policies, including reduced capacity and lawn seating, will be in place. These will help ensure our audiences can enjoy these live performances in a comfortable, socially-distanced way. These guidelines were specially designed with experts to keep our patrons, artists and staff safe. We will send you more details in advance of the performance.
Ticket Holders: Protective face masks are required. Please review the COVID-19 Safety procedures here and the venue policies here.
All tickets purchased for the previous dates (4/23, 4/24, 4/25) are no longer valid. New tickets will be issued electronically as Print At Home Tickets.
NOTE: Due to travel restrictions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jorge Pardo will not be performing. The show will still feature his music.
“Memorias Flamencas” comes to us as part of Ida y Vuelta’s Flamenco Fusion Series. Since 2016 Julia Alcantara has been co-producing with various companies in an effort to expand and educate the flamenco fan base in DFW. Each concert was an enlightening and entertaining experience for the cast and audience alike. Now she is pleased to introduce the father of Flamenco Jazz, Jorge Pardo to Dallas, courtesy of the “Elevator Project”, who is assisting in its production.
A long time fan of Flute/Sax player/composer Jorge Pardo. Julia had the chance to meet him while on tour with Paco de Lucia and they quickly became friends. His amazing blend of Jazz and Flamenco tests the boundaries of both forms yet retains the true essence of each genre. The passionate blend is engaging and intense, utilizing all the breaks and calls necessary for authentic flamenco. Yet, no one has ever done an entire dance concert to his music. Julia Alcantara wanted to make this a reality, as an homage to the genius whose compositions, no matter how innovative, never lost respect for the dance. Now, in Dallas,TX this will happen for the first time, with an allstar cast of dancers from around the country teaming up to create distinctive choreography to match the uniqueness of his music.
Permitted Items for events in Strauss Square
The following is a list of items that are permitted in Strauss Square unless otherwise noted on the event page:
- Structure does not matter
- Chair leg height not to exceed 4”
- Here are some examples
Prohibited Items for events in Strauss Square
1. Outside Food or Beverages
7. Bags or Coolers
8. Laser Pointers
As of the 2020 season, ALL bags outside of the parameters below, will not be allowed inside the venue:
- One bag that is clear plastic or vinyl and does not exceed 12”x6”x12”
- OR One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar) AND a small clutch purse, no larger than 4.5”x 6.5”
- All clear bags and clutch purses will be screened prior to entry into the venue.
Patrons who need medical supplies or devices and members of the working media are not subject to the new bag policy, but will need to go through the bag check line at the entry gate for a thorough screening of the bag and the medical items. The person requiring these supplies or devices must accompany the bag at all times. Media and medical exception bags will be tagged once cleared through security.
This production is part of the following series:
Venue Strauss Square
Dates 8:00pm Friday, September 11, 2020