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The 6th Biennial New Perspectives in Flamenco History and Research Symposium will present research presentations, panels, and lecture demonstrations by leading national and international flamenco historians and scholars. Our invited presenters will be sharing a diverse and refreshing mix of the most current flamenco scholarship on our 2017 conference theme, "Identity: Diving into the Legacy and Transmission of Flamenco.”

We warmly welcome theorists, practitioners, aficionados, artists, patrons, and members of the public to attend. Topics will include various aspects of the art form of flamenco, including flamenco dance, music, performance, pedagogy, history, and costuming. An English translator will be provided for Spanish-speaking presenters.

Conference registration includes access to one full day of conference presentations, boxed lunch, and refreshments throughout the day, concluding with a keynote presentation by flamenco historian Juan Vergillos of Sevilla, Spain. Full presenter line-up to be announced May 17, 2017. 

Discounts available for University students, Festival Flamenco participants, and Early Bird Registration. Sign up today and join the conversation!