Next Saturday, September 30, at 8 p.m., the show based on the work of Federico García Lorca arrives at TAM, which has become the icon of narrative dance in our country worldwide.
The Adolfo Marsillach Theater in San Sebastián de los Reyes opens its theatrical season with one of Antonio Gades’ masterpieces: “Blood Wedding and Flamenco Suite.” These are choreographies that represent the “Gadesian” school, with an aesthetic language rooted in the popular culture and art of Spain, but refined in the intellectual artistic avant-garde of the last half of the 20th century.
The tour of this show coincides with the 50th anniversary of its premiere in Rome. This ballet marked a before and after in the history of Spanish dance, which was also helped by its film version, seven years later, by Carlos Saura and Gades himself. Bodas de Sangré opened flamenco to the world, through the intrinsic values of a choreography that continues to keep intact its spell, its beauty and its Lorca poetry. An unmissable event for dance lovers and for all those spectators who seek emotional impacts.
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The new programming of the Adolfo Marsillach Theater consists of 25 shows from different performing disciplines. In dance, classical ballet and flamenco formats will take to the stage at the Marsillach, such as next Saturday’s proposal. Music will be another of the main protagonists with a series of concerts that, one Sunday a month, at 12 in the morning, will delight both young and old spectators. The greats of Gospell, on their international tour, will return to San Sebastián de los Reyes and the intimate proposals will have a space in the Little Theater. To complete this puzzle of proposals, there will be a magic show with Houdini, and the Great Chinese Circus will return at Christmas with surprises and novelties. Diversity and eclecticism are the marks that define this proposal with a single common denominator, the extraordinary and rigorous quality in form and substance.
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