Andre Feriante & Stella Rossi – An Evening of Spanish Music & Dance. Upstage and Studio Bob invite you to an unforgettable concert of great music and astounding entertainment. Feriante & Rossi present an evening of virtuoso guitar, Latin Fusion, and neo-Flamenco on a sensual journey into the beauty and intrigue of Spanish music and dance. Tickets are $20, available instantly online at the ‘Buy Ticket’ link below, or at Harbor Art Gallery on Railroad St. in Port Angeles. They perform Saturday eve, 7:30pm, April 22, in Port Angeles at Studio Bob. More information and Benaroya Hall youtube video below!
Award winning Segovia-trained guitarist/composer, Andre has brought his sensual and contemporary sound to traditional genres for thirty years. He performs worldwide. His creative blend of classical, flamenco and Brazilian styles speaks to people from all walks of life. His forays in Jazz, Pop, Rock, and Americana are legendary.
Stella Rossi was born in Paraguay. Her dynamic performance has joined many Northwest artists. She brings her authentic presentation of Spanish and South American dancing and percussion to groups such as CocoLoco. Stella also leads the flamenco-rock fusion band Deseo Carmin. From traditional to cutting edge contemporary, Stella brings her talents tailored to Andre’s, and the two present a stunning and exciting show that will move you with its passion, poetry, and sensuality.
Andre has garnered rave reviews applying his innovative guitar mastery to many instruments. He’s well known for stunning virtuosity, passion, and ability to connect with his audience on a deep emotional level. He’s released 13 solo recordings. He hopes the passionate and sometimes meditative qualities in his songs will inspire listeners to see our similarities as humans, creating more peace and ease in our world.
“Muy bien, wonderful tone-” says Andres Segovia! Showtime is 7:30. Doors open 6:30. Sound Engineering is provided by Tom Brown of HIYU. Studio Bob is an intimate and acclaimed venue located on 118 1/2 Front Street, across from the Gateway Transit station and one block from Blackball’s Victoria ferry terminal.