Flamenco Fever Presents

Tres Artes: Pintura, Poesia, y Pasion

The Elevator Project

In a show that combines four dynamic art forms - live music, dancing, visual art, and poetry - prepare for something unforgettable.

May 11
7:30 pm
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Saturday, May 11, 7:30 pm

Tres Artes: Pintura, Poesia y Pasion – The Story of Forbidden Love – combines four dynamic art forms – high-quality live music, dancing, the visual art of Rolando Diaz, and the recitation of poetry by Federico García Lorca – into an unforgettable performance exploring the relationship between Salvador Dalí and Garcia Lorca. In this sophisticated evening, Diaz will visually capture the vibrant essence of the flamenco arts on canvas by utilizing a lyrical and whimsical play of line and color, while exploring and capturing the parallels of political and social oppression throughout history.

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VIP seating boasts preferred table seating, private bar access, meet-up with the cast after the show, and an up-close, intimate seat near Ro Diaz, a globally collected artist creating a beautiful canvas with a lyrical play of line and color inspired by the show. You will see the option to upgrade your tickets after selecting your ticket quantity. A VIP upgrade is required for each attendee who wants to participate in this special opportunity.

The painting will be auctioned at the end of the evening with proceeds going to Flamenco Fever, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.

Elevator Project

The Elevator Project proudly presents exciting and ambitious new work by small and emerging Dallas arts groups on the campus of the AT&T Performing Arts Center.