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  • In the St. Louis Cultural Flamenco Society's Apr. 14 concert, a flamenco, middle Eastern and modern fusion event, The Clinard Dance Theater from Chicago will perform "From the Arctic to the Middle East" based on the travel epic "Kabloona" For more info, see KDHX calendar, www.stlouisflamenco.com or Clinard website. -Allison Wittenberg. Flamenco Society, wittenberg @ieee.org
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  • Hi Nancy,
    Thanks for doing so much to raise the awareness of the arts in St. Louis. In this pursuit, I would like you to be aware of St. Louis Cultural Flamenco Society's concert, "From the Arctic to the Middle East," on Apr. 14, at the Missouri History Museum. For more info. see KDHX calendar or www.stlouisculturalflamenco.com. From, Allison Wittenberg,
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    profile 1085 days ago

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