Soledad Barrio becomes the classic heroine.
The Fall 2014 Issue
Soledad Barrio and Noche Flamenca return to Joe’s Pub
The Madrid-based company brings its brooding guitars back to town
Pay Marva Whitney what you owe her. Photo courtesy of Marva Whitney/Soulpower Inc.In this week's Village Voice, Tom Hull's new Jazz Consumer Guide salutes bassists of all stripes, while Phillip Mlynar profiles funk legend and former James Brown protégé Marva Whitney.
In this week's issue of the Voice, J. Hoberman helps us understand the year in film that was 2010. The Social Network is this year's top choice in the annual critic's poll. Hoberman also provides an amazing top 10 list of the year's best films.
Soledad Barrio can lure and kill—all in one step
Kick off your shoes for three weeks of song and dance
Flamenca plays it mercifully straight
A small ensemble invokes the gypsy soul
A small flamenco troupe conjures big storms
Autumn in New York kicks off with a feast of choreography
Drinking in Dancing