In his new creation, Albert Quesada fuses the world of flamenco to take stereotypes further from a contemporary perspective. Flamenco serves as a mirror for Quesada and inspire him as a way of understanding folk singing, music and dance as they have developed through so many cultures and regions. The trip will begin in our own bodies, in our individual story as dancers, in what we have been trained, what makes us passionate about and in what ways we can share it. What is our own flamenco? Adds the choreographer.
Work arisen from CÈL • LULA, a project by El Mercat de les Flors aimed at allowing the growth and development of professionals through training labs, shared creation practices and productions.
Dancer and choreographer, Albert Quesada trained in MDT (Amsterdam) and PARTS (Brussels) after studying Philosophy and multimèdia engineering in Barcelona. The exploration of musical structures and compositions and its translation into choreographies aret he core of his creative work. He collaborates regularly with Thomas Hauert as well as carrying out artístic and educational projects together with the company ACME.