World-renown flamenco dancer to perform in Eindhoven

In 2003, the New York Times wrote this about the world-famous Farruquito: “He is nothing less than sensational, the best artist who passed through the Big Apple this year” and in 2001: “One of the greatest flamenco dancers of this new century.” Now this flamenco dancer is visiting Eindhoven as part of his world tour.

Farruquito, who has been touring since 2012, can be seen at the Parktheater on Monday, 16 October. He is the third generation dancer in the long-revered “los Farruco” flamenco dynasty. Farruquito started studying under his grandfather, Farruco, at the tender age of three and danced on broadway at the age of five. Farruquit has also been the family’s choreographer for the past 15 years.

This show, which start at 20:00 at Parktheater, is called Improvisao. Tickets prices start at EUR22,50 and are available on Parktheater’s website.

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  1. In 2004 this man was driving a car without driving license and without insurance at 80km/h in a 40k/h zone. Farruquito hit and kill a man (in a crosswalk) who came walking from the swimming pool. There was witnesses who saw the car and the facts. This “man” run away for the crime scene without help the hurt man or call the ambulance or anything!!!! He tried to hide his guilt fixing his car in another city. Six months later, with the police doing research the case, he said the police that the guilty was… his brother! It´s crazy! He tried for every ways to go out free of that issue. Finally, he was discovered and he confessed. For all these things, he was sentenced to (only) 3 years in prison. Yes, it´s Spain: ou can kill someone and (if you are a famous people) pay only three years in prison. Sincerely, I think he doesn´t deserve to be treated with honors nor be considered a star nor work on stage. He should be in prison.


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