A Unique Spanish Night Experience featuring an spectacular flamenco show at the beautifulpremises of the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.

Celebrate Spring Spanish style and join us for  “Night in Seville,” an event that promises a unique blend of vibrant energy, beauty and passion. Accompanied by a selection of Spanish snacks and drinks, “Night in Seville” is an experience designed to seduce your senses and inspire your soul.

We eagerly await the opportunity to share these evenings with you.

Night in Seville – Show & Fiesta

Dates: Friday, April 26 and Saturday, April 27

Time: 8pm (Doors open at 7pm)

Location: Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, 1675 Lower Water Street, Halifax 

Tickets $40-$50, include tax, service fees a complimentary drink and snack.

Assigned Cabaret style (tables of 4) and row seating. 

Age Restriction: This is a 19+ event in support of Atlantic Flamenco, our non-profit  organization.

Beverage Selection: Our bar offers a curated selection of sangria, wines, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages to suit every palate.

Let the Spanish flair shine through as you immerse yourself in an atmosphere filled with the aromas and tastes of delicious snacks, crafted by “Better in Boxes”. Sip on  a complimentary drink and choose between our sangria, wines, beer or alcoholic beverages.

But the true soul of the evening lies in the passionate performances of our flamenco show featuring guest artists. Their mesmerizing talent promises to capture the essence of a true Sevillian night. As the performance unfolds, awaken your rhythm and stay on to dance the night away with our flamenco artists, embracing the joy and vibrancy of Spain.

With limited cabaret setup, plus row seating available, this intimate experience ensures a night of elegance, excitement, and cultural immersion. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this extraordinary event. Get your tickets today and prepare for an unforgettable journey in “A Night in Seville.”

Suggested Attire: We encourage guests to dress to impress in Spanish flair if desired. This could be as simple as bright colors, floral patterns, or summer evening dresses, a flower accessory, dress pants, a colorful tie, pocket handkerchief, or a carnation.


Evening Schedule:

Our doors ope and we welcome you! Immerse yourself in a festive atmosphere, mingling with guests, and indulging in complimentary Spanish snacks and a drink. Embrace the spontaneity with surprise impromptu performances that will get you in the flamenco mood.

8pm Showtime
Be captivated by a fiery and passionate flamenco performance featuring guest artists Aurelie Brunelle and Sandra Matos (dance), Fernando Gallego (vocals), and Dominique Soulard (guitar). This ensemble of talent promises to transport the essence of Seville’s vibrant spirit across the Atlantic, ensuring an evening of soul-stirring entertainment.

The festivities continue with Spanish and Latin inspired music inviting you to hit the dance floor or simply enjoy further socializing, embracing the warm community spirit.

Our Guest Artists

Aurélie Brunelle

Flamenco Dancer

Originally from Montréal, Aurélie began dancing in1999 with Sara Rénélik and at the Ballets Divertimento where she was first introduced to flamenco. In 2014, she obtained her bachelor’s degree in choreography from Concordia University. 

Aurélie has visited Spain multiple times to study flamenco with Manuela Carpio, Fuensanta la Moneta and Israel Galvan, among others. In 2011, she joined the Studio Pleamar team as a teacher and La Otra Orilla company as a dancer. She co-founded the project A.D.A Flamenco with Dominique Soulard in 2018 and presented her latest work, Transiciones, all over Canada. 

Aurelie is excited to be back to teaching and performing in Montreal while pursuing a masters in dance research and creation at the Uqam.




Fernando Gallego “El Bancalero” learned flamenco singing on the streets of Cadiz in Spain, then transferred his art onto stages at flamenco peñas (bars) & diverse events before moving to Canada a decade ago. Since then he has continued his artistic career becoming an essential figure in Canada’s flamenco scene, collaborating with many Canadian and Spanish artists including Rosanne Dion, Aurelie Brunelle, Maria Osende and Maria Serrano amongst many others. Fernando’s energy and true flamenco emotion makes every show unique and exciting!


Sandra Matos

Flamenco Dancer

Born in La Coruña, Galicia, Spain with  Spanish and French heritage, Sandra’s early life was a blend of cultures, living in Spain, the Ivory Coast, and France. Her passion for Spanish culture deepened through literature and was transformed by flamenco in Paris in 2007. Under the tutelage of renowned masters like Eva Luna and José Maya, she immersed herself into flamenco through intensive training and workshops.


Moving to Montreal in 2012, Sandra quickly found the local flamenco scene, and started participating in performances and festivals while continuing her training with Delphine Mantha Flamenco Academy, Rosanne Dionand Myriam Allard. She became a key figure in Montreal’s flamenco community, contributing as both a performer and an organizer. Her journey is a testament to the power of cultural fusion and the pursuit of artistic passion.


Dominique Soulard


Dominique Soulard is a guitarist born in rock, seduced by jazz and kidnapped by flamenco. Recipient of grants from the Conseil des arts du Québec and the Canada Council for the Arts, he traveled to Spain numerous times to refine his art.  Since then, he has accompanied many Flamenco dance troupes in Montreal  (La Otra Orilla, Ballet Flamenco Arte de España), has accompanied Canadian guitarist Jesse Cook on tour, and also participated in more daring projects (Transiciones, with the ADA collective) including composing a more personal music with La Léa. 

Since 2021 he has collaborated with Vision Diversité, both as a member of the “house band” on electric and acoustic guitar, in service of the exploration of mixed music.