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Trilogía sobre la guitarra - Inicio (Uno)

Rocío Molina

70 minutes

29 € (Pass €60: includes the three shows of the trilogy)


The prestigious bailaora [flamenco dancer], accompanied by guitar maestro Rafael Riqueni, presents the first part of an intimate and fascinating dialogue between flamenco and guitar.

In the ‘Guitar trilogy,’ Rocío Molina, a bailaora from Málaga, presents an exploration of the guitar and its relationship to flamenco. Her study progresses from the simple to the complex. Inicio (Uno) revolves around the inimitable touch of guitar maestro Riqueni, and recaptures the early experience of belonging to a whole, and of spontaneous, devotion to unbridled movement.

Rocío Molina is a bailaora from Málaga. Born in 1984, she began dancing a the age of three, and at 17 she graduated from the Real Conservatorio de Danza de Madrid with the highest honours, which opened the door for her to join professional international companies. Since then, Molina has crafted a language all of her own based on the reinvented tradition of a flamenco that respects the essence, but at the same time embraces the avant-garde. Her work is characterised by technical virtuosity, contemporary research and conceptual risk. She received the Silver Lion in dance at the 2022 Venice Biennale and the National Dance Award in 2010, and among other acknowledgements has also received two Max awards.

Ticket €60: includes the three shows of the trilogy

Data sheet

Original idea, artistic direction and choreography: Rocío Molina - Musical composition: Rafael Riqueni - Performed by: Rocío Molina and Rafael Riqueni (guitar) - Set design: Antonio Serrano, Julia Valencia, Rocío Molina - Costumes: Julia Valencia - Lighting design: Antonio Serrano - Photography: Óscar Romero - Production: Danza Molina S. L.

Planned functions


Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
10 March at 19:00 h