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Gypsies; Dancing

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After reading a frozen thread about "Gypsies in Rome", which focused only on pickpockets and some sort of argument about political correctness, I wanted refocus, and point to the great dance artist and choreographer Juoquim Cortes, a Spanish gypsy, who has emerged worldwide in the last couple of years as a major artist.

I was lucky to see him perform in NY a few weeks ago, and saw his show Pasion Gitana ("Gypsy Passion") last year.
He combines his ethnic tradition of flamenco with his training in classical ballet, and the result is once of the most intense, moving and original things you can imagine. Naturally, his star is rising fast. If anyone ever has the opportunity to see him, here or in Europe, try to, he is amazing!

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