FlamencoNova

Music (flamenco, dance)

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  • Accessibility:
    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
    May not apply to all performances. You'll find more information about accessibile performances and how to book tickets in the accessibility tab below.
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years

Description

Let the mesmerising sounds of bossa nova and flamenco take you on a mind-blowing fusion, where an impeccably skilful flamenco guitar and incredibly rich spirit of bossa nova flirts with the enchanting flavours brought to you by exquisite singers Sergio Prazeres, Danielo Olivera and Inmaculada Montero. This group of utterly talented musicians is completed by top-class magnificent flamenco dancer Mayte Beltran who, alongside the sensual jazz melodies of saxophonist Nick Gould, translates this phenomenal performance into a genuinely contagious life-affirming experience for the soul, a catharsis of happiness, an unforgettable electrifying musical and dance experience y olé!

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General venue access

  • Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible entry: Level access is via a different route across the courtyard of the Royal College of Surgeons, our box office can advise.
  • Wheelchair access type: Level Access, Lift (Platform Lift)

  • Stairs: Information not supplied

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Paula Silva 93 days ago

What a wonderful surprise! This show is somewhat late in the evening, but it's well worth the effort! A fusion between the warmth of Flamenco and the coolness of Bossa Nova, you will not help but smiling and swinging your body to sound of these talented musicians and dancers. If you enjoy good music you will not santa to miss it!

Monica Cabrita 93 days ago

What a beautiful and harmonious show...the fusion it's incredibly beautiful ...what a mix of talents ! well done guys :) absolutely recommend this show

Gabriele Negro 94 days ago

Beautiful, breathtaking and bewitching! A seamless combination of flamenco and bossanova! A must-see, the group should be very proud to represent flamenco in Edinburgh

Stuart 94 days ago

Does this actually work? It most definitely does!!! It seems experimental but there are beautifully crafted songs that leave enough room for the artists to bounce off each other and add their own adornments to the pieces. I know this because I had to see this show more than once and it was slightly different each time. Each musician/dancer/singer is supremely talented with an obvious respect for what each other brings to the band. There are many points in the show that leave you captivated and astonished at what you are hearing, and I can't wait to hear more!

Andre Pinheiro 95 days ago

The fusion between two seemingly different types of music is achieved perfectly by skilled musicians. The rythms of Bossa Nova and Flamenco make you tap your feet and want more, and the flamenco dancing turns this show into a true work of art. This was certainly one of the best shows I saw on this year's Fringe!

Amanda Cuddigan 96 days ago

Awe inspiring, such beautiful performing and totally absorbing.

Alison Hatherall 99 days ago

This show is quite brilliant - flamenco with a twist. Fantastic musicians and singers , a mesmerising dancer making utterly compelling shapes with hands and feet and a flamenco guitar player whose fingers almost literally flew off the strings with the speed and dexterity of his playing. Great chemistry between the group drawing the audience in. Plus a musical dance in tribute to a Brazilian water goddess.what more could you ask for? A refreshingly different late night treat worth staying up for or as a starter for an Edinburgh all nighter!

Joana Mestre 99 days ago

Beautiful and harmonious fusion between flamenco and bossa nova. Loved the show, amazing performers. Congrats to FlamencoNova team.

Jane 101 days ago

A late show but I would urge you to go and see this group of really talented musicians and dancer. Full of atmosphere it’s a great performance. 5 stars

Estef 103 days ago

I couldn’t stop to sing, dance (and cry) during this show. Is a delicious mixture with the best flavour of flamenco, bossa-nova (obviously haha) but with African influences, with a taste of samba, Iberian and Latin-American roots. Is a whole journey in one show. I already saw another shows from Tu Flamenco but this one is a whole new experience.

Norma Pech 104 days ago

Don't miss this fantastic show ! A joy

Tom O'Hare 104 days ago

We enjoyed the earlier show, Flamenco Tablao, so much that we returned the same evening to see FlamencoNova, and were delighted with this performance too. Another stunning display if virtuosic singing, dancing and playing, with performers from Spain and Brazil. Beautiful, passionate, soulful and engaging. Strongly recommended!

Kirsteen Carr 105 days ago

Enthralling fusion of Flamenco and Bossa Nova performed by this very talented company. Loved tha fantastic voice of the Brazilian singer ! A memorable must see show !

Connor Carson 106 days ago

A must see show! A real privilege to watch such talented musicians put their heart and soul into a riveting performance. Stay up late and go to see them you won’t regret it....

Lyndsay 106 days ago

You must go and see this show. Incredibly talented musicians and dancers. Great atmosphere and totally engaging performances. An excellent way to end a day at the Fringe.

Tom Holcroft 106 days ago

Very talented performers - a hidden gem! Really good musicianship and dancing. Truly beautiful singing voices too. I was really moved by chega de saudade especially. This is a great chance to hear (and see!) two different genres done by people who really know how to do them! And the fusion works well, I'm pleased to report.

Also, they are really lovely people - very charming and funny!

Ganesh Gudka 106 days ago

A really pleasant surprise. Fabulous musicianship was mesmerising. Treat yourself to something a bit out of the ordinary.

Deborah Foster 107 days ago

Truly excellent performance by FlamencoNova. What a talented group of musicians and dancers. Highly recommend this show. 5 stars

Christine McDerment 109 days ago

A very enjoyable fusion of Flamenco and Bossa Nova. The talented group of Spanish, Portuguese and Brazilian musicians, most of whom are based here in Edinburgh, deserve a bigger audience than the one we were in. It may be on late in the evening, but it's well worth the effort!

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K107FM (3/5 stars) 97 days ago

FlamecoNova produced by Tuflamenco at theSpace Triplex is a genuine excursion into the world of Flamenco and Bossa Nova. In the caldron that is Triplex in Hill Place (British Theatre Guide called it the hottest venue at the Fringe) to a degree added to the atmosphere of what is a great introduction to the Brazilian culture

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