Queen Sofia goes to the synagogue of the Aragonese Ángel Orensanz in New York to preside over the exaltation of flamenco.

At 8:15 PM on Wednesday, September 14, 172 Norfolk Street (New York’s Lower East Side) was buzzing with anticipation. Representatives of various media gathered at the door of the synagogue owned by Huesca sculptor Ángel Orensanz in this corner of the city that never sleeps; a place used to excitement, which just three days earlier …

Queen Sofia goes to the synagogue of the Aragonese Ángel Orensanz in New York to preside over the exaltation of flamenco. Read More »