The spectacle of Spanish, flamenco dance and contemporary Alboreá, directed by professor Paula Martin, will appear Saturday 20 of March, to 21,30, in the Room Juan Carlos Dávalos (Homemade 460).
In this opportunity the choreographies and dancing awarded in Danzamérica 2009 by Iñaki Urlezaga will appear, Ana Botafogo and Mayan Bethlehem (among others).
The repertoire, in contemporary dance, is mounted on the music of Emma Shaplin, Brightman SARAH and Astor Piazzola, with original script of professor Silvia Lopez (present educational in dances, ex- member of the Ballet of the Province of Jumps, coreógrafa awarded by Eleonora Cassano, Iñaki Urlezaga and Maximiliano War).
The choreography in Spanish dances crosses the Bolera School, with choreographies of original repertoire of the Pericet teacher, dances folkloric of the community of Castile and Leon, dances of the Zarzuela the Wedding of Luis Alonso and traditional dance flamenco as new, presenting/displaying rates as much varied such as soleá, bulerías, tangos of Malaga, guajiras by Colombians, rumbas and Sevillan.
The scenic assembly will combine digital stage scene based on taken original images of video in Spain, with typical material elements of the Spanish culture.
Paula lawyer Martin is educational in dances, specialized in Spain with the teachers Eloy Pericet, Olga Pericet, Angelita Go'mez and Mayan Bethlehem. In addition is investigator dedicated to the sociological studies of the dance in the National University of Jumps and the University of Valladolid (Spain).
General entrance with location $20. It is on sale in ticket office of the House of the Culture.