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Gemina Mille

When: Sun., Oct. 22, 2-3 p.m. 2017

Gemina Mille is a dragon and a phoenix, born from each end of the world, in the ancient time when in the minds of people the world was flat. The journey took more than one thousand years, when these two mythical beauties met in a new continent, and the world became round. Gemina Mille now speaks one contemporary language, emanating from the same ancient human utterance. Casting the dragon and the phoenix are Spanish Hurdy Gurdy performed by Tomás Lozano, and Chinese Erhu performed by Mimi Jong, both instruments with a history of longer than a millennium.

Price: Free


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