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The New Spanish Ballet is exploring the magic of the flamenco universe in "Cambio de tercio": XV. Festival of Jerez

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El Nuevo Ballet Español explora en la magia del universo flamenco en 'Cambio de tercio'. XV Festival de Jerez
Rojas y Rodriguez
Rojas and Rodriguez are presenting a world of choreography "cañí" where ten artist are also playing an important role. Angel Rojas and Carlos Rodriguez, the faces and the founders of the New Spanish Ballet, are putting aside, for the moment, the Spanish dance and are now developing a new stage of choreography marked by the magic of the flamenco universe. That's why their new show is called "Cambio de tercio" (Change of rhythm). With more than fifteen years of artisitcal experience and more than 300 performances of their last show "Sangre", the new work of the company will be on stage on Friday, March 11. in the Theater Villamarta, during the last day but one of the XV. edition of the Jerez event. Ultra High Flamenco will complete the musical experience, presenting for the first time his new disc "Bipolar" at 7 pm in the Paul Room; and the dance of José Maya, presenting "Maya" at midnight in the Compañía Room and during the cycle "Solos en Compañía". "Cambio de Tercio" is the new show created by choreographers and dancers Rojas and Rodriguez, the show is full of energy and offers three different parts with the flamenco magic.
Rojas y Rodríguez se han empeñado en ceder mucho espacio y protagonismo a cuatro de sus bailarinas más aventajadas
'Cambio de tercio' 

This flamenco selection is "very cañí, very traditional and old school" part of this art, according to Carlos Rodriguez words for the media. Always according to his point of view, this is a show based "on the roots". For Angel Rojas, this is an emotions assembly, through which we notice a part of their experience. "The show offers a lot of copla, of race, part of what Spanish persons are", adds Rojas.

 

The script is made up of ten stages or choreographic works, each one defined by a flamenco rhythm: cantiñas, sevillanas, fandangos, bamberas, bulerias, seguidillas... All that with the change, the new step starts, as central axis of the subject. The choreographers invite us to a variety game and style changes, in harmony with differents flamenco rhythms and in a visual context that leads the spectator at the end of the 50's. 

With this new proposal, Rojas and Rodriguez wanted to offer a lot of space and protagonism at four of their dancers, who are showed in their best advantage. Maria Lopez, Pilar Gonzalez, Veronica Lopez and Raquel Tamarit that form the dance team, giving the best of themselves from the beginning of the show until the end. Another innovative aspect of this production is the active of the musicians, who interact on stage with the troop of dancers during the choreographies. In the same way, the magnificence of the work is guaranteed by the selection of the clothes and the floodlighting, specially made for the show. It is necessary to underline the incredible voices of Davina jaen and Sandra Rincon; the guitars of Daniel Jurado and Gaspar Rodriguez; and the violin of Raul Marquez.

Reviews

  • Carla

    Este año el Festival de Jerez está muy interesante. Esta actuación no me la pierdo
  • Irene

    Me encanta!
  • Paco

    Iremos sin lugar a dudas

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