Author and performer: María Moreno - Directed by: Rafael R. Villalobos - Music director: Pablo Martín Caminero - Composition: Eduardo Trassierra, Raúl Cantizano, Manu Masaedo - Stabat Mater RV 621: I. Largo: Antonio Vivaldi - Musicians: Raúl Cantizano (hurdy-gurdy and sound space), Manu Masaedo (percussion), Ángeles Toledano (voice), Eduardo Trassierra (guitar) - Costumes: Palomo Spain - Shoe creation: Begoña Cervera - Lighting design: Antonio Valiente - Photography: Daniel Tello - Graphic design: Javi Mamífero - Production/Support: Bleu Prod / Loïc Bastos - Co-produced by: Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla / ICAS Sevilla; Festival Internacional de Danza Itálica / Sevilla Provincial Council; Dansa Metropolitana; Ayuntamiento de Cádiz; Junta de Andalucía / Agencia Andaluza de Instituciones Culturales - Special thanks to: Flamenco Biënnale Nederland; Centro Coreográfico María Pagés / Fuenlabrada; Ayuntamiento de Utrera
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Research on a single dance, the soleá, directed by Rafael R. Villalobos, with whom the bailaora [flamenco dancer] dazzled at the 22nd Flamenco Biennale in Seville.
Continuing her investigation of new atmospheres within flamenco, María Moreno takes one more step forward in a life dedicated to artistic research to explore the limits of this dance, rethinking everything that defines it. Her movements are simply the reflection of her unquestionable artistic freedom, marked by her appreciation of flamenco tradition from a perspective of modern, contemporary codes. You’ll see the creation a single soleá, which goes back to the origins of time and projects itself into the future.
The bailaora María Moreno, born in Cádiz in 1986, is known for her free movement, shaped by traditional flamenco from a place of modern, contemporary codes. She has performed at Sadler's Wells in London, La Villette in Paris, the Tchaikovsky Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre and the Russkaya Pesnya in Russia, and at the New York City Center. She was awarded the Revelation Prize at the 2017 Jérez Festival, and two Revelation Giraldillos at the Biennale in Seville.
Rafael R. Villalobos is a well-known director in the international opera scene, having directed several operas, for example at the Liceu in Barcelona.
The company will be holding a discussion following the performance.