Flamenco, one and one hundred thousand styles

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As the means of expression of the Gitano nomads, flamenco collected rythms from multiple cultures with whom the gipsies established contact during their migration through the Middle East and the Mediterranean, up to the Andalusian mountains.
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Ranking in the National Geographic top ten of the most beautiful theatres on the planet, the San Carlo Theatre in Naples is also the most ancient in the world to be still active. Its stunning building erected in 1737 by King Charles III of Bourbon...
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Interview with Norma Ciervo, cellist at Sorrento Opera Season: "Performing in two breathtaking, evocative and elegant locations like the Correale Museum in Sorrento and the Royal Palace in Ischia gives me unforgettable emotions every night, always with a large audience."
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Interview with the soprano drammatico d'agilità Aleksandra Buczek, performing La Traviata in Rome with Opera e Lirica in the 2019 Rome Opera Season.
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The International women’s day is a time to reflect on the progress made, to call to action and to empower women. Celebrate the women around the world at the Three Tenors Concert on March 8th in Rome.
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