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Dancers move to guitar trio's Latin groove at Everett event

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This performance is sure to be blazin' hot.
The fusion of sexy Latin music and sumptuous ballet moves will toast the audience tonight when Incendio performs at Everett Civic Auditorium.
Guitar trio Incendio, aptly named after the Spanish word for "fire," delivers its enticing tunes as highly talented dancers with Ballet Fantastique bend their bodies to the rhythms, to present "Incendio," a dramatic live music and dance performance.
Ballet Fantastique is a nonprofit ballet company from Eugene, Ore. The company is co-directed by mother-daughter team Donna and Hannah Bontrager.
The group has performed internationally and throughout the Pacific Northwest, according to their website,
The Los Angeles band Incendio blends musical styles that includes Latin, jazz, Middle Eastern, Celtic, flamenco and rock. Their music can be previewed at
Incendio is part of Everett Community College's 2012 Artist and Lecture Event and is presented by EvCC's Student Activities Office.
Doors open at 6:30 tonight at the Everett Civic Auditorium, 2415 Colby Ave., Everett.
The event is free.
For more information, call student activities at 425-388-9561.

Herald staff
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