26 to 27 January
‘Paraíso de los Negros’ is a flamenco choreography that absorbs the intrinsic tension between the principles of freedom and authority present in Federico García Lorca's ‘Poeta en Nueva York’ (Poet in New York). It also draws on the essence of opposites distilled in Carl Van Vechten's homonymous work, incorporates Leopold Sedar Senghor's telluric philosophy of black African culture and embraces Nina Simone's assertion of black desire. In this captivating dance tapestry, threads of freedom, authority, and cultural vibrancy intertwine, painting a poignant story through movement. Experience a rich tapestry of influences, where diverse melodies translate into evocative choreography that resonates in every fibre of your being.
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