About This Event
Minimum Age:All Ages
Doors Open:7:00 PM
Show Time:8:00 PM
Juncal Street is presented to you by six incredible and renowned performers, prodigies in the expression of their art. They are a multi-cultural medley of North American, French, Spanish and Gypsy performers who fearlessly disregard borders to create a dazzling, urban fusion of who they are and what unites them: their dedication to their craft. The intense and impassioned way in which they feel and perform communicates the essence that this art deserves.
Juncal Street has been nominated for 3 Isadora Duncan Dance Award last September.
Standing Room: $15
Table Seating: $20 advance, $25 day of show
TABLE SEATING POLICY
Table seating for all seated shows is reserved exclusively for ticket holders who purchase “Table Seating” tickets. By purchasing a “Table Seating” ticket you agree to also purchase a minimum of two food and/or beverage items per person. Table seating is first come, first seated. Please arrive early for the best choice of available seats. Seating begins when doors open. Tables are communal so you may be seated with other patrons. We do not take table reservations.
A standing room area is available by the bar for all guests who purchase “Standing Room” tickets. Food and beverage can be purchased at the bar but there is no minimum purchase required in this area.
All tickets sales are final. No refund or credits.
Fanny Ara began her dance studies at age three, studying ballet and Contemporary dance at the Irene Popard school located in St. Jean de Luz in the French Basque country. In 1991 she began training in Spanish classical dance with Catalina Gommes and for the next ten years she traveled regularly to Madrid to study with maestros Isabel Quintero and Antonio Najarro. In addition to her studies in dance, she studied piano at the Bayonne School of Art for 11 years. She attained a BA in literature with a specialty in music. After graduating from the Bayonne School of Art, she relocated to Sevilla and Madrid. Over the next two years there, she pursued intensive flamenco studies with Juana Amaya, El Torombo, Manolo Soler, Hiniesta Cortes. While in Spain, she was also accepted into the prestigious academy of Mario Maya, and worked in tablaos in Madrid (“Al Andalus” and “El Juglar”). Fanny has become an established and important performer in the Bay Area. As a company member of Caminos Flamencos, she has shared the theater stage with artists such as Antonio de la Malena, Manuel de la Malena, Juan Ogalla, and Domingo Ortega.
In 2006, Fanny has been nominated in the category of Most Outstanding Individual Dancer from the Isadora Duncan Dance Awards. In June 2007, she presented her program “Magia Flamenca” in Washington DC with critical acclaim. In 2008 Fanny created her work “A traves de sus ojos” where Renee Renouf reviewed her as “always elegant, the reach of her arms generous, frequently evoking unseen forces, body occasionally concave , legs striding in earthy response, fingers spread in exclamation to the rhythms, leaving the stage abruptly, provoking a gasp of delight.”.In Spring of 2011, she presented her latest performance, “Garlochi,” at the Montalvo Center of Art, after touring the US and Mexico.
In February 2012, Fanny has been awarded a prestigious finalist prize for Creative Promise In Dance by the Vilcek Foundation.(http://www.vilcek.org/prizes/prize-finalists/2012.html)
Photos by Anastasia Kuba, Damien Alvarez, and Sari Maki
Tim has made appearances in Saturday Night Live’s house band over the last few years – his work has also been heard on/with The Departed, The Apprentice, The Sopranos, Late Show With David Letterman, The Knights of Prosperity (CBS), 30 Rock (NBC), Oceans 12, Ocean ‘s 13, KT Tunstall, The Departed, Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle, and Analyze That!. Most recently he has appeared with Jamie Cullum, Chris Botti, The O’Jays, Mario Cantone, Chris Potter’s Underground, Rudder, Uri Caine Bedrock, Jon BonJovi, James Taylor, Josh Groban, Nellie McKay, JJ Appleton, Emily Zuzik, Oz Noy, and Melissa Errico