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BALLET NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA

DIRECTEUR ANTONIO NAJARRO

Dance

FARRUCA
First performed in Festival de Mérida, 4 August 1984, by Ballet Nacional de España.
Reprise in Teatro de La Zarzuela 25 October 2012 by Ballet Nacional de España

Choreography on popular music Juan Quitero
Lighting designers Freddy Gerlache, Ginés Caballero
Scenography Ballet Nacional de España

VIVA NAVARRA
First performed in Ateneo of Madrid, 29 April 1978, performed by Carmen Cubillo.
Reprise in Teatro de La Zarzuela 25 October 2012 by Ballet Nacional de España

Choreographer Victoria Eugenia
Music Joaquín Larregla
Music publisher Monge y Boceta Asociados Musicales
Lighting designers Ginés Caballero, Felipe Ramos
Scenography Ballet Nacional de España
Costume designer (costumes based on popular outfits of Navarre) José Antonio Arroyo
Shoes Maty

RITMOS
First performed in Teatro de La Zarzuela, 13 July 1984, by Ballet Nacional de España, prepared by María Ávila

Choreographer Alberto Lorca
Music José Nieto
Lighting designer Freddy Gerlache
Costume designers Pin Morales, Román Arango
Costumes' realization Juanita Muro, González
Shoes Gallardo, Artefyl

SUITE SEVILLA
First performed in Teatro Mira, 19 February 2011, by Compañía Antonio Najarro.
Reprise in Teatro de La Zarzuela 22 March 2012 by Ballet Nacional de España

Original idea, choreographer and director Antonio Najarro
Music Rafael Riqueni, Miguel Rivera, Diego Losada
Conductor Omar Acosta
Texts Gerardo Diego
Lighting designer and scenography Felipe Ramos
Costume designer Antonio Najarro
Sound Javier Álvarez
Images César San Bruno
Costume designer assistant José Antonio Arroyo
Women costumes' realization Pipa y Milagros en escena
Men costumes' realization González
Toréro's chaquetilla and capote Maestra Naty
Dyeing costumes María Calderón
Shoes Gallardo

Friday 7 April 2017, 8PM

Ticket price CHF 20.- to 90.-
Duration: appro. 2h05 (one intemission included)

In its first part, the show presents classic choreographies from the Ballet Nacional de España. Thanks to its talented soloists, this performance provides a fresh new look of the bedrock of classical Spanish dance. Through these gems of traditional dance combined with Antonio Najarro's creation, you will discover Suite Sevilla, its onstage musicians, its magnificent costumes and the skill of the Ballet Nacional de España. From classical to contemporary, different Spanish dance styles interact. A must-see!

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