The best flamenco to honour Indian Leaders
02.06.2016

The best flamenco to honour Indian Leaders

Together with some members of the Spain India Council Foundation, they enjoyed an evening at Madrid’s Casa Patas

The Indian Leaders Programme always sets aside some time in the agenda to introduce participants to Spanish folklore, and an evening at Madrid’s most prestigious flamenco show is organised to this end. The group enjoys a live performance by renowned artists and dines on typical Spanish fare.
 
On this occasion, the event took place at Casa Patas, a venue in the centre of Madrid considered to be a beacon in the world of flamenco. 
 
The Leaders enjoyed a relaxed evening, during which, together with some of the members of the Spain India Council Foundation, they had the chance to explore an art with a lot in common with traditional Indian music.

 

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