Following acceptance by the health authorities of the risk assessment report drafted on occasion of the Danza Málaga programme, the seating capacity at the Teatro Cervantes for all the shows of this dance series has been increased to 460 persons.

[25th Anniversary]
Ursula Lopez Lopez director
Alejandro Garcia repeater / dancer
Flamenco dancers Julia Acosta, Ana Almagro, Gloria del Rosario Lidia Gomez and Agueda Saavedra
Antonio Lopez, Federico Nuñez, Ivan Orellana and Isaac Tovar
Guitar Juan Manuel Espinosa and Pau Vallet
Flamenco singers Sebastian Cruz and Vicente Gelo
Percussion Raul Dominguez
Guest artists Diego Lori, Rosa Maria Belmonte, Mariano Bernal and Christian Lozano
Programme subject to changue Réquiem. Ritual laico para el fin del milenio, La caña, Fantasía de cante jondo (3er movimiento), La leyenda (Ensueño), Viaje al sur (Pasión), Llanto por Ignacio Sánchez Mejías (Introducción a la plaza de Manzanares. Cogida y muerte), Ay, en Cádiz y Con permiso, más
1.30 h (w/out intermission)  Flamenco Dance

photo ©Felix Vazquez

To celebrate its 25th anniversary, the Ballet Flamenco of Andalusia has prepared a special programme consisting of the choreographies and creations that have marked its activity since its creation in 1994, including the emblematic works of several generations of creators such as Mario Maya, Rafael Campallo, Javier Latorre, José Antonio, Cristina Hoyos, Ramón Oller, Rubén Olmo, Álvaro Paños, Rafaela Carrasco and Úrsula López.
The Ballet Flamenco of Andalusia, the Andalusian Regional Government’s institutional dance company, was founded more than 25 years ago. Since then, it has carried out an intense activity throughout Spain, with a relevant presence in the international cultural scene as well. In the course of its brilliant trajectory, it has won numerous prizes, including the National Choreography award, several Max awards and Giraldillo awards at the Bienal de Flamenco in Seville.

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