Flamenco Festival

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The Instituto Cervantes is a public not-for-profit institution founded by the government of Spain in 1991 to promote the Spanish language and the cultures of Spanish-speaking countries throughout the world. IC is now the largest international Spanish teaching organization with more than 80 centers on five continents. The center here in Chicago offers a wide variety of classes and cultural events throughout the year. Our cultural department regularly organizes conferences, lectures, filmscreenings, concerts, and art exhibits, bringing diverse audiences together to share a common cultural interest and experience. This coming winter 2015, Instituto Cervantes of Chicago, in collaboration with Arte y Vida Chicago, City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE), Old Tow School of Folk Music, City Winery and Flamenco Arts Center, will once again present the popular annual Flamenco Festival, February 6 – March 7, 2015. Performances will be held at Instituto Cervantes, the Chicago Cultural Center, Old Town School of Folk Music and various Chicago Public schools in underserved neighborhoods.

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