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FMU’s Performing Arts Center to present Flamenco Vivo Carlota on March 13

FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) – Area students are invited to attend a performance to be held at Francis Marion University's Performing Arts Center on March 13.

The performance will consist of two showings of the nation's premier Flamenco and Spanish dance companies, Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana.

Carlota Santana, who is the artistic director and founder will led this performance. Santana, has been designated "The Keeper of Flamenco" by Dance Magazine in recognition of her commitment to creating and developing new works of young choreographers and artists.

This is the final showing in the family series, which is geared toward schools but this show is also open to the public.

Tickets are $5 for this performance and they may be purchased at the FMU Performing Arts Center Box Office, or www.fmupac.org or via telephone at (843) 661-4444.

Personal ticket and telephone sales are available Monday through Friday, between 12 to 5 p.m. Subject to availability, tickets may be available for purchase at the door.

The Family Series is supported by the Friends of the PAC, a charitable organization whose donations help make the arts affordable and accessible to the children of the Pee Dee.

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