Part of SU1 Sunday 1
Gustavo Dudamel , conductor
Angel Romero , guitar
Siudy Garrido , choreographer, dancer, artistic director (Candelas)
Farruquito , featured dancer (Carmelo)
George Akram , featured dancer (Ghost)
Argentina , flamenco singer (Candelas’ Soul)
José Luis Rodríguez , flamenco guitar
Ismael de la Rosa , singer
Adolfo Herrera , percussion
Corps de Ballet
Anali Alcantara , dancer
Patricia Cinquemani , dancer
Claudia Gonzalez , dancer
Adriana Oliveros , dancer
Maria Corina Salcedo , dancer
Samantha Zerpa , dancer
Pablo Santiago , lighting designer
Barbara Donner , stage manager
Pablo Croce , dance company manager
About This Performance
Flamenco and Falla is a natural combination. Although some conservative Spanish critics attacked the composer for what they thought was excessive French influence, Falla dug deep into Spanish musical history and his Andalusian roots for almost all of his music. He also joined the great poet-playwright Federico García Lorca in creating a famous Cante Jondo (deep song) competition, to help preserve authentic flamenco singing.
Come for: Dudamel leads Falla’s flamenco-inspired masterpiece El amor brujo in a thrilling, choreographed production featuring the dancers of Siudy Garrido Ballet Flamenco.
And more: Angel Romero, one of the great interpreters of Joaquín Rodrigo’s music, plays the composer’s most famous piece.
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