Flamenco guitarist Nathan Herrera will perform at the Lakeland Public Library (100 Lake Morton Drive) in the library’s main seating area on Wednesday, September 28th at 7pm. The hour-long program features music by Herrera accompanied by flamenco dancers.
Herrera has also studied locally with guitarist Jose Maria Moreno, in Miami with Paco Fonta, and with maestro Juan Diego. He studied flamenco guitar and percussion in Seville, Spain with Juan Nunez. He has participated in master classes with Pepe Romero, LA Guitar Quartet, Adam Del Monte, and Oscar Guzman.
Nathan Herrera performs throughout the Southeast and in New York as well as internationally. Mr. Herrera created the show American Gypsies with dancer Sandra Serrano which toured central Florida in 2006. He has worked with various dance companies such as Oasis Flamenco, Flamencos Unidos, and the Florida Dance Theatre. Alegria (2005), Herrera’s debut CD, is available at http://www.nathanherrera.com, http://www.cduniverse.com, http://www.cdbaby.com and http://itunes.apple.com.
To find out more about Nathan Herrera, visit http://www.nathanherrera.com and http://www.myspace.com/nathanherrera.
The programs at the Lakeland Public Library (100 Lake Morton Drive) are free and open to the public. For more information, call Brenda J. Patterson at (863) 834-4276 or send e-mail to Brenda.Patterson@lakelandgov.net . For upcoming events and programs, visit Lakeland Public Library's website and Facebook page at http://www.lakelandgov.net/library/ClassesandPrograms/AdultPrograms.aspx and http://www.facebook.com/lakelandpubliclibrary. Follow our Twitter feed at http://twitter.com/#!/lakelandpublib.