Sarajevo to host local flamenco troupe

Compas was founded in 1995 by Michal Natan, and she remains the artistic director.

February 5, 2009 08:28


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Local flamenco company Compas will appear at the 2009 Sarajevo Winter Festival on February 8 with David and Bathsheba - a Flamenco Drama. The festival is sponsored by UNICEF, the EU and organized by the Sarajevo International Peace Center. The theme this year is "Organic Art Life." Compas was founded in 1995 by Michal Natan, and she remains the artistic director.

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