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Nov. 1: Latin Grammy nominees Las Migas to play flamenco, Mediterranean music

PULLMAN, Wash. — Spanish quartet Las Migas will perform their signature blend of flamenco and Mediterranean music 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, in Washington State University’s Jones Theatre.

In addition to their evening concert, Las Migas, will present a lecture/demonstration at 12 p.m. in Jones Theatre that is free and open to all.

Las Migas is nominated for a 2017 Latin Grammy Award for best flamenco album for their latest release, “Vente Conmigo,” Awards will be announced Nov. 16.

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Grammy nominated Spanish quartet Las Migas to perform 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, in WSU’s Jones Theatre. Tickets available now.

The women of Las Migas come from four cities (Barcelona, Sevilla, Cordoba and Lerida) spanning not only the geography of Spain but also its cultural diversity. Their shared love of flamenco can be heard in the intricate rhythms of the guitars, the dancing lines of the violin and the raw power of the vocals.

Reserved seating costs $18 adults, $15 seniors (ages 60 and up) and $9 non-WSU students and youth. WSU student admission is free with valid ID. A discounted rate of $14 per person is available to groups of eight or more.

Tickets are on sale through TicketsWest outlets, at WSU’s Beasley Coliseum and the Rosauers Supermarket in Lewiston, Ida. Advance tickets are subject to convenience charges unless purchased at the Beasley Coliseum ticket office. The Daggy Hall box office opens for ticket sales and will-call beginning two hours before the performance.

Las Migas is presented by WSU Performing Arts in collaboration with WSU Global Connections and with generous support from the Residence Inn by Marriott Pullman and the Courtyard by Marriott Pullman.

Convenient parking for this performance will be available without permits or fees in the Daggy Hall parking garage and in the Green 3 lot directly across the street from Daggy Hall.

 

Contact:
Gail Siegel, WSU Performing Arts, 509/335-8522, gsiegel@wsu.edu

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