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Israel Galván - Fla.co.men



(2014, 75’)

direction, choreography and dance Israel Galván
musicians David Lagos, Tomás de Perrate, Eloísa Cantón, Caracafé Proyecto Lorca: Juan Jiménez Alba, Antonio Moreno
artistic direction and choreography of Sevillanas Pedro G. Romero
stage direction and choreography of Alegrías Patricia Caballero
light design Rubén Camacho
sound Pedro León
technical direction Pablo Pujol
stage manager Balbi Parra
costumes Concha Rodríguez
tour manager Marcos Avilés
production A Negro Producciones (Cisco Casado, Chema Blanco & Amapola López)
co-production Théâtre de la Ville de Paris, Théâtre de Nîmes – Scène conventionée pour la danse contemporaine
with the support of Instituto Andaluz del Flamenco; Consejería de Educación Cultura y Deporte de la Junta de Andalucía; Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional (FEDER)
Israel Galván is an Associate Artist of Théâtre de la Ville de Paris; Mercat de les Flors de Barcelona
acknowledgements to Teatro Central de Sevilla
Video

The performance will be followed by a conversation with the choreographer hosted by Elisa Guzzo Vaccarino.

Description

To love flamenco, to feel it, to vibrate to its compás is for the many. To understand it deeply, to truly know it is for the few. This is a world of oral, folk, street culture, immense, its impact strong and direct, but it takes a lifetime to fully appreciate its nuances, to respect it and perhaps even personalize it, crossing boundaries and styles, as Israel Galván does.
The genres and rhythms – the palos – in flamenco are almost infinite. Galván, who learned from his parents, knows how to play around with it, donning masculine as well as feminine gestures with a freedom and ease that are utterly contemporary, without ever disregarding the greatness of the tradition.

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