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Premoh’s Cru

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A vibrant and fascinating proposal by four young Andalusians who fuse flamenco and urban dances to ask themselves: who are we?

What are our roots? And our culture? A vibrant and fascinating proposal by four young Andalusians who fuse flamenco and urban dances to ask themselves: who are we? A question they felt the need to ask living away from home, to explore the origins of their artistic concerns. This piece is born of the freshness and the conviction of fusing the rhythms of flamenco and hip-hop, uniting, through movement, flamenco tradition with African culture.

Premoh's Cru is a dance group from Andalusia created in 2016 and featuring dancers Paloma Ramos, Isaac Suárez, Antonio León and Marta Reguera. Since its inception it has taken part in different festivals and artistic residencies such as the La Gomera Choreography Centre or the Mediterranean Dance Center, among others. It also won first prize in the Burgos-New York Choreography Competition in the Urban Dances category.

Planned functions

Free

Cornellà

Auditori de Sant Ildefons
18 March at 20:30h
Change of location

Badalona

L’Escorxador Cultural Centre
19 March at 11:00h

Esplugues

Plaça Blas Infante
19 March at 17:00h
Change of location

Sant Cugat

Plaça d'en Coll
25 March at 19:00h

Barcelona

Plaça dels Àngels
27 March at 12:30h

Show details

Duration
15 minutes
Authorship and direction
Premoh’s Cru
Performers
Paloma Ramos, Isaac Suárez, Antonio León and Marta Reguera
Music written and directed by
Ritmo por bulerías del Junco, Nature de Fuel Fandango, Foli and Ritmo Malinke
Photography
Marc Costa, Ángel Garcés, Marga Lama and Jesus Robisco
Acknowledgements
Festival Hop, Centre Cívic Barceloneta and Red A Cielo Abierto