To fight the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Dallas City Council has extended the City’s emergency declaration through Wednesday, April 29, and Dallas County has banned gatherings of 10 people or more. To keep everyone safe and healthy, the AT&T Performing Arts Center has closed its venues and offices through April 29 and all performances, rentals and event are canceled or postponed. We are working to reschedule shows and ask patrons to be patient as we work through details. We will be back soon! Until then:
- Check the Center’s calendar at ATTPAC.ORG for affected shows
- Check your e-mail. We'll be updating you regularly here on the rescheduling of shows.
- Center tours are canceled
- Sammons Park on the Center’s campus remains open, but public gatherings are prohibited
- The Center Café is closed
- Lexus Red Parking and Lexus Silver Parking remain open and available for use at the daily rate
- The Center’s box office in the Winspear Opera House is closed, though you can purchase tickets for future events at ATTPAC.ORG
Elevator Project 2019/2020
MEMORIAS FLAMENCAS presented by FLAMENCO FEVER
“Memorias Flamencas” comes to us as part of Ida y Vuelta’s Flamenco Fusion Series. Since 2016 Julia Alcantara has been co-producing with various companies in an effort to expand and educate the flamenco fan base in DFW. Each concert was an enlightening and entertaining experience for the cast and audience alike. Now she is pleased to introduce the father of Flamenco Jazz, Jorge Pardo to Dallas, courtesy of the “Elevator Project”, who is assisting in its production.
A long-time fan of Flute/Sax player/composer Jorge Pardo. Julia had the chance to meet him while on tour with Paco de Lucia and they quickly became friends. His amazing blend of Jazz and Flamenco tests the boundaries of both forms yet retains the true essence of each genre. The passionate blend is engaging and intense, utilizing all the breaks and calls necessary for authentic flamenco. Yet, no one has ever done an entire dance concert to his music. Julia Alcantara wanted to make this a reality, as an homage to the genius whose compositions, no matter how innovative, never lost respect for the dance. Now, in Dallas, TX this will happen for the first time, with an all-star cast of dancers from around the country teaming up to create distinctive choreography to match the uniqueness of his music.