Sep. Sat 29 |
23:00 | 25,00€ | BUY
Our history, that of each one, is always personal, unique. We can presume different, but in our essence reside parts that do not belong only to us. What we are, is a consequence of the experiences of others, of what they felt, of what they thought, of what they deposited in us, of what they gave us … I am always traveling, I try to get to understand who I am, In that way I want to recognize the part that was given to me, that of my family, my parents, my grandparents, my teachers and with them that story that today is also mine, consequently, what I am …
Dance: Isabel Bayón
Guitars: Jesús Torres, Paco Arriaga
Guest singers: David Carpio, Juan de Mairena
With the collaboration of Sandra Carrasco
Percussion: José Carrasco
Idea: Isabel Bayón
Staging: Carmen Fernández
Choreography: Isabel Bayón
Counseling of staging and choreography: María Cabeza de Vaca
Musical Composition: Jesús Torres, Paco Arriaga
Technical and sound management: Manu Meñaca
Lighting Design: Antonio Valiente
Production Management: El Mandaito Producciones
He was born in Seville, and at the age of five he began to dance at the School of Matilde Coral and obtained the title of Spanish Dance at sixteen, at the Conservatories of Córdoba and Seville.
Throughout his career he has participated in numerous festivals nationally and internationally. He has shared the stage with many renowned artists in the flamenco world, from Antonio Mairena to Chano Lobato, Mario Maya, El Pele, Israel Galván and Miguel Poveda, among others.
In 2001 he formed his own company, creating since then shows like “Del Alma”, “La Mujer y El Pelele”, “La Puerta Abierta” (Giraldillo Award for the best show), “Tórtola Valencia” (Giraldillo Award at the magic moment) ), “En la Horma de sus Zapatos” (Giraldillo Award for Dance), “Caprichos del Tiempo” (Prize of the critic of the Festival de Jerez 2013). At the moment it prepares the new production “Dju-Dju” directed by Israel Galván, that will be released in the next edition of the Flamenco Biennial of Seville 2016.
Among other companies, as a choreographer... +
...has been required by the National Ballet of Spain, under the direction of Aída Gómez, and the Compañía Andaluza de Danza, under the direction of José Antonio Ruiz.
Among other recognitions, in 2011 he was awarded the “Special Distinction” for his professional career from the Provincial Delegation of Seville; in 2013 he receives the National Dance Award; in 2014 he receives the Clavel de la Prensa Award from the Press Association of Seville; and the 2014 Out-of-Series Award from the magazine Expansión, El Mundo.
He currently combines his artistic activity with teaching at the María de Ávila Superior Conservatory of the Community of Madrid.