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National Institute of Flamenco Celebrates its Ambassador’s Circle with the Premiere of Short Film, Twin Cultural Legacies Woven Together

One Albuquerque Media Produced Film Highlights NIF's work, its founders and its legacies.

October 1, 2021 - The National Institute of Flamenco and its Ambassador’s Circle will premiere Twin Cultural Legacies Woven Together during a special screening and reception at the Albuquerque Museum tonight, Friday, Oct. 1 at 5:30. The special, filmed in partnership with the City's One Albuquerque Media and in conjunction with Hispanic Heritage Month, focuses on the work of the National Institute of Flamenco, the Ambassador’s Circle, and their legacies in New Mexico.

 
The screening and reception is sponsored by New Mexico State Auditor Brian S. Colón and family, the Ambassador’s Circle Founders, and the Department of Arts & Culture.
 
Twin Cultural Legacies Woven Together will premiere on GOV TV and at https://youtu.be/LN6-Cx5JvLw on Sunday, Oct. 3 at 7:30 p.m.
 
Established in 1982, the National Institute of Flamenco is a 501c3 nonprofit that has developed into an internationally significant arts organization, unparalleled in its breadth and depth of programming. While creating and maintaining international connections for the past thirty-nine years, the Institute has enriched the city of Albuquerque with the art of flamenco.
 
The mission of the National Institute of Flamenco is to preserve and promote flamenco’s artistry, history, and culture by presenting the finest flamenco in the world and by educating the American family in this art form while emphasizing the positive influence of art n family and community.
 
Through performance, presentation, and education, the Institute impacts more lives than any other single flamenco arts organization around the world. Founded in 2010 by Ambassador Ed Romero and his wife Cayetana, the Ambassador's Circle is an exclusive society of individuals who are passionate about flamenco arts and culture.