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March 30, 2011, 2:59 pm
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A love for the flair and passionate performance of Flamenco was the starting point for a collaborative partnership among the Adrienne Arsht Center, the Spanish Consulate, and EULEN America.

Flamenco Festival Miami is one of the Center’s most acclaimed and popular festivals. This year, the Festival has set new records, presenting the largest Flamenco Festival Miami production in the Center’s history with five acclaimed performances by Ballet Nacional de España, a perfect showcase of Spanish culture that celebrates the universal language of dance.

EULEN America, a leading provider of business outsourcing services in the aviation, maintenance, janitorial and security sectors selected to sponsor the wildly popular Flamenco Festival Miami to show their philanthropic support of our community. “Our company strongly believes that the arts enrich the quality of people’s lives, as well as the communities in which they perform, which is why our company is such a strong believer in supporting festivals such as this one in that they positively impact the cultural environment of where we live and work,” said Luis Rodriguez EULEN America CEO.

A number of special events surrounding the festival, including a reception at the Bombay Sapphire Lounge, kicked off this year’s festival. The cast of Ballet Nacional de España, EULEN representatives, Ambassador Cristina Barrios, General Consul of Spain in Miami, and other community leaders gathered at the Bombay Sapphire Lounge to commemorate the occasion. “EULEN’s vision and support was fundamental to this undertaking. This international company with presence in South Florida truly understands the importance of helping us bring this level of artistry to our community,” Adrienne Arsht Center President and CEO M. John Richard noted.


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