DANCE


Jeffrey Eckstein & Siempre Flamenco present: Flamenco Sephardit II, Duende y Corazon
Sunday, January 18, 7:00 p.m.
Temple Emanu-El , 1701 Washington Avenue
www.siempreflamenco.com
A celebration of two distinct Spanish cultures reconnecting through music, dance, and poetry.  Flamenco Sephardit II will explore the connection between Ladino and Flamenco music, two distinct cultures born in Spain. Presented at Temple Emanu-El in Miami Beach, one of America's most beautiful synagogues, audiences will encounter these two cultures surrounded by eclectic Byzantine and Moorish architecture. Featuring a cast of international opera stars, guitarists, flamenco masters, and members of the New World Symphony, Flamenco Sephardit promises audiences a deeply emotional and transcendent experience.

National Water Dance Project FREE
Saturday, January 24, 5:00 p.m.
Beachside behind the North Beach Bandshell, 73rd and Collins Avenue
www.nationalwaterdance.org
Environmental Dance Works by Momentum Dance Company, Olujimi Dance Theater, students from New World School of the Arts and Miami Dade College, Kendall Campus's Jubilation Dance Ensemble.