The art of flamenco for a good cause

HOUSTON – Flamenco has a special place in her heart. Mercy Saez, Director of Undebel Flamenco, started dancing when she was three years old and grew to love flamenco as she grew up.

In 2015, she founded Undebel Flamenco Houston as a way to give back to the community. She frequently chooses different nonprofits to benefit from the proceedings of her performances, productions, and master classes.

For her next performance, 100% of the proceeds will go towards redM, a Houston-based nonprofit that helps fight human and sexual trafficking of young ladies/men.

Catch that performance at:

A Spanish Night to Remember

A redM Gala celebrating freedom.

MATCH Theater

Friday, March 24

Dinner starts at 7 pm and the flamenco performance at 8 pm

Click here for event and ticket information

Watch her full interview and her teaching Derrick and Brandon a few steps in the video above.

About the Authors

Petite powerhouse with a love for TV, especially sci-fi and drama. Proud aunt to two nieces and one nephew. Favorite quote: “Not all those who wander are lost.” Embracing life’s adventures, one episode at a time.

Beatriz is a producer for Houston life. She’s a dog mom who enjoys traveling and eating her way through new cities and cultures.

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