ORANGETOWN, N.Y. -- Rockland Center for the Arts’ Board of Directors is hosting a "Viva Espana! A RoCA" cocktail event Saturday from 6-9 p.m. at the Rockland Center for the Arts, 27 South Greenbush Road, West Nyack.
Cost is $80 per person in advance ($90 at the door).
There will be flamenco, Spanish guitar, Goya & Granados and Tango. Trays of Tapas will swirl about while authentic Sangria and Spanish wines flow freely.
The gallery will be transformed into a club reminiscent of a Spanish hideaway. Three unique performers will evoke the music and dance of Spain.
Performers include Ansel Bobrow on classical Spanish guitar, and Rebeca Tomas, the principal dancer and founder of "A Palo Seco" Flamenco Dance Company. In addition, Yasher Yaslowitz, a gifted pianist, will perform three quick compositions by great Spanish composers including Danza Espanol, Danza Ritual del Fuego and Tango.
An auction of six collectible Spanish wines was curated especially for this event by Kenneth J. Linsner, ASA SCV. ·
There will also be a raffle. Fifteen tickets will be drawn during the evening. All proceeds from the event benefit RoCA’s educational and cultural programs. Eighty percent of every ticket is tax deductible. Tickets are available here .
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