SIN PERMISO (Canciones para el silencio)
Sep. Fri 28 |
20:30 | De 10,00€ a 30,00€ | BUY
Show created in 4 residences presented in 4 spaces and events in 4 fragments
When flamenco becomes the vehicle for the expression of a memory and you let the dance draw all the words that never came out of your mouth and were impregnated inside an inert body for many years, a body your body “he”. “Him” and his energy, which takes you on an abstract world that I never knew. the familiar sometimes, it is a place that you never delve … DOWN, FEEL, RELEASE AND HEAR.
Voices, sounds and music that transport you to times that were gone, but that its particles inspire us to create from there, to our world today and from other windows … Those that give us another air and another light, even if we return to like in its colors in black and white and its vinyl records creaking repetitively … reasons that today make us dance.
DANCE TO FEAR, DANCE TO ODOR, DANCE THE MEMORY, DANCE TO SEVILLA, DANCE YOUR SILENCE, DANCE THE LOVE, DANCE THE VERTIGO, DANCE AND DREAM, DANCE WITHOUT YOUR PERMISSION, DANCE THE EXTREME, DANCE THE EMOTION, DANCE THE DUEL AND ME I ALLOW TODAY TO DANCE, DANCING …
When you discover that nothing is accidental …
That Andalusia was part of my skin before me, that there was a man marked by pain and pain caused him silence, that his silence was transformed into music, into flamenco art, that there were paths to other lands marked with blood and that his blood finally returns to his lands. That their silent words were taken by the wind and the wind will turn them into a dance …
ARTISTIC DIRECTION AND SCENIC:
Guillermo Weickert, Ana Morales
Ana Morales, David Coria, José Manuel Álvarez
Ana Morales, José Manuel Álvarez
Juan José Amador (cante), Juan Antonio Suárez “Cano” (guitar), Daniel Suárez (percussion)
Michio Woirgart electronic music / Sage multiinstrument contemporary
Cia Ana Morales / Assistant prod: Jorge Limosnita
MANAGEMENT / DISTRIBUTION / PRODUCTION DIRECTION:
Daniela Lazary / artemovimiento
Photograph of the artist: Javier Fergó
He began his dance studies at the Barcelona Conservatory. When she was 16 years old, she moved to Sevilla for three years for the Compañía Andaluza de Danza (directed and coordinated by José Antonio Ruiz), where she continues her flamenco training. Take classes with professors such as Rafael Campallo, A. Granados, Juana Amaya, Eva la Hierbabuena. Isabel Bayón, Andrés Marín, etc …
He debuted professionally in the theater “La Maestranza”, in the Biennial of the Year (2000), in the show “Puntales”, under the direction of Antonio “El Pipa”. The following year, he joined the Andalusian Dance Company and for four years he toured different national and international theaters and festivals with the following shows: Encuentros (choreographed by Eva la Hierbabuena, Alejandro Granados and Rafael Campallo), Picasso Paisajes (José Antonio Ruiz), Things of Payos (Javier Latorre), The Legend (José Antonio Ruiz) and Blood Wedding (Antonio Gades). In the (2004) project starts tribute to Dalí, directed by José Antonio Ruiz and produced by the Junta de Andalucía... +
...and various national festivals.
As part of this, he works at the Peralada Festival, Santander Festival and San Sebastian Festival. In November of the same year he traveled to Japan teaching dance classes and working in several theaters in the area.
Win the first prize for “free dance” by Malagueñas in the National Flamenco Dance Contest of La Perla de Cádiz.
She collaborated in (2005) as a dancer in the film “Iberia”, by Carlos Saura, and “Why do they rub the little feet?” By Álvaro Bejines. He works, as part of the Cía de Javier Latorre, in the show “Triana, in the name of the rose”, for the Festival de Jerez (Cádiz) and as part of the Cía de Andrés Marín in “Asimetrías” touring national festivals and internationals such as “Albuquerque” or London.
In (2007) Javier Barón will have her as a soloist for “Meridiana” debuting at the Festival de Jerez through Mont de Marsan and different theaters in Madrid and Seville. In (2008) he is part of the flamenco show “Khalo Caló”, premiered at the Villamarta Theater in Jerez de la Frontera and inspired by the life and work of the universal Mexican painter and the show directed by Juan Dolores Caballero “El Chino”, ” Tiempo Pasado “, premiered at the Seville Biennial.
In (2010) his first own production is released: “From Sandalia to Tacón”, in the Sala Compañía, within the program of the Flamenco Festival of Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz), reaping unbeatable reviews. In the XLIX Edition of the prestigious International Festival of Singing of the Mines of the Union, Ana Morales gets the much-dreamed dance prize: “El Desplante”.
He travels to the XII International Theater Festival of Bogotá, where he will work, two days, at the Jorge Tadeo University Theater. Colombia hosts the show of Ana Morales with full house. “From Sandalia to Tacón”, is scheduled in Seville, during the XVI Flamenco Biennial, on September 26 at the Teatro Alameda. His performance is picked up by specialized critics who record the good work, the art and the future of dancer Ana Morales. The XVII edition of the Flamenco Biennial of Seville, does not want to do without the presence of the dancer and this time, with a premiere: “reciclARTE”, a living, open work, in constant development, of individual artistic needs and forced social awareness , told in flamenco and whose predetermined ending is the creative infinity.