Days: from wednesday jun 27th to Sunday july 1st
Directions: Alcalá 20 Street, Madrid
Shows (PRICES Y SCHEDULE):
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at 8:30 p.m., Sunday at 8 p.m.
€ 32.00 (Stalls), € 28.00 (Stalls Row 19 to 23), € 32.00 (Royal Circle), € 25.00 (Grand Circle) and € 18.00 (Last row of Grand Circle).
Saturday 20:00 p.m.
€ 35,00 (Stalls), € 31,00 (Stalls Row 19 to 23), € 35,00 (Royal Circle), € 26,00 (Grand Circle) and € 20,00 (Last row of Grand Circle).
Our show, A través de la luz, parts from the real experience of a man who suffered a work accident and was clinically dead for about three minutes.
Starting off with these real facts, we talk about life and death, love, the passing time, the memories and our frustrations. The feminine character embodies
The feminine character embodies “the soul”. She walks a “via crucis” through different “steps” that take her from the most absolute darkness until a point, where, guided by the light, she reaches the last door to death, from where no traveller comes back.
During this journey, and travelling along unknown paths, she will face her new condition without forgetting her past life, without knowing her final destiny.
After finally accepting the fact that she is dead and, therefore, that she will disappear, something takes her surprisingly back to Earth.
A través de la luz will discover us that although there are always things that remain unsolved, everything is possible, and as Lorca said “we must live the present and drink from the fountains of happiness.” Picture
This story is based on real events: one person was clinically dead by an accident at work and a colleague managed to revive him and return to life. Three minutes from the darkness to the light.
That trip, taken from this real experience, is what we tell here.
Founding member of the legendary independent band Flow, he currently combines his concerts and recordings of his other band Prinlalá, with record productions of artists such as Howe Gelb, Hindi Zhara, M. Ward, Emiliana Torrini etc.
He is also known for having discovered and produced spanish artist Russian Red, collaborated with Raimundo Amador or John Parish and produced the records of La Negra and Maria de Medeiros. He is the creator, composer and producer of the show.
Flamenco y classic spanish dancer, this artists was dancing with Carlos Saura, Javier Latorre, Antonjo Canales and now in this flamenco opera.
She is one of the restorers of dance and new flamenco. Her live shows include performances.
Experimental flamenco guitar player and accomplished musician in Spain and abroad (NYC, Tokyo).
He has collaborated in butto-‐flamenco shows. This guitar player represents the most traditional and orthodox side of our performance. One of the best in Córdoba.
Lucia Leiva is one of the Cordobian artists with the most future projection. Her voice goes from Carmen Linares to La Paquera de Jerez. She is the youngest of the crew.
She is, no doubt, one of the best viola players in Spain. She is a part of the Orchestra of Córdoba and Almería and a member of the baroque pop group Prinlalá. She is used to taking risks and plays the classical part on our show.
These purebred gypsies have accompanied Vicente Amigo, Jorge Pardo, Lin Cortés or Howe Gelb with their claps. No one has more beat than they do.
Alberto Torres is the most avant-‐garde member of the band. He is between indie, classics and experimentation.
He has worked with international artists and shared stage with big bands. He is currently working on the soundtrack of the Mexican film Blow.
He combines flamenco and classic rhythms with modern textures. A big talent.
Lin Cortés has a great future as an artist and has already played with Raimundo Amador, Jorge Pardo or Howe Gelb.
He has just released his first album called Gypsy Evolution, a cocktail of funk, flamenco, rock and psychedelics.
Jorge Pardo is one of the most important flamenco-‐jazz musicians in Spain.
Best European Jazz musician according to the Jazz Music French Academy in 2012 and National Award of Contemporary Musicians in 2015. A great honour to have him.
Steve Shelley is the drummer of American legendary alternative rock band Sonic Youth.
What can we say about this great artist? When he first listened to the opera he fell in love, and having had his first approaches to flamenco music near Enrique Morente, it’s his time now.
Remedios Amaya is always the most modern one.
Fernando Vacas has produced her last album and there is where this collaboration was born. The mixture of the two of them ends up in a miscellany of the purest flamenco and overwhelming avant-‐garde.
¿Qué podemos decir del maestro?...Premio nacional de Danza, del baile de las minas, etc.
Una estrella a nivel mundial y todo un honor el contar con él como especial invitado.