70 Shows In The Bienal Of Flamenco

A new edition of the biennial of Flamenco in Seville will take place from 3 to 30 September.70 shows in the biennial of Flamenco 70 shows make up the lineup, with 20 world premieres and 2 national premieres, to be developed in areas such as the Maestranza Theatre, the Teatro Lope de Vega, Teatro Central, the Alameda theatre or Hotel Triana, all of them very close to our hotels in Seville. In this 17th Edition will be offered approximately 54,000 scenic places for the 78 programmed functions. They are added to the places which will develop shows new Auditorium FIBES, CICUS (Center for cultural initiatives of the University of Seville) and the space Santa Clara, seat of the Biennale, venue for the development of the recitals in the convent. Set the Real Alcazar and the monastery of la Cartuja for exceptional concerts. The programming is divided into large cycles: the Inaugural; the one devoted to the literature danced with the staging of works by Fernando de Rojas, Shakespeare, Lorca, Miguel Hernandez, etc.; the so-called echoes of the East, with a particular attention to the India dance; A city for Flamenco, by opening streets and plazas of Seville; Flamenco and other arts, in collaboration with the International University of Andalusia (UNIA) and the Andalusian Centre of contemporary art (CAAC);

Flamenco integrated, with a look at the world of disability; Flamenco coming, promoting the work of young artists; Viva Flamenco voice, to enjoy the great concerts of singing and guitar at Santa Clara and call 100 years of singing, performances that will be in charge and the lemon between a dedicated singer and one less experienced, but not for this reason, unaware of this universal art. The different names that can be seen in the scenarios and shows include Manuela Carrasco, La Farruca, Pansequito, El Pele, Juanito Villar, Enrique the Extremadura, Archangel, the Ballet Flamenco de Andalucia, Maria Pages, Sara Baras, Marina Heredia, Carmen Linares, Antonio Channels, Jose de la Tomasa, Tomasa La Macanita, second Falcon, Eva Yerbabuena, Ana Maria Bueno, Aurora Vargas, Javier Baron, Esperanza Fernandez, Pansequito, Rafael Riqueni, Paco Taranto and Remedios Amaya. The ticket price ranges between 45 euros from an armchair in the courtyard of the Maestranza theatre to see Sara Baras and 4 euros for school functions in the Alameda theatre.

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