- Associated Press - Thursday, April 5, 2018

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - The National Institute of Flamenco has broken ground on a new site five years after a fire destroyed its former home in downtown Albuquerque.

KOB-TV in Albuquerque reports the institute broke ground on Wednesday at a new home in Albuquerque’s Sawmill District.

Their new location will include two buildings - one for the National Institute of Flamenco and another for a charter school that will be heavily focused on visual arts.

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Executive Director Eva Encinias says they could be in their new home by fall 2018.

Originating from the Andalusia region in southern Spain, flamenco is a form of Spanish dance and folk music that developed from Romani music and dance more than two centuries ago.


Information from: KOB-TV, http://www.kob.com

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