Cristina Hoyos and Sara Baras are two milestones core of the history of the flamenco dance. The two met yesterday on the tablao Dance Hall of the Royal Theatre, which this season will host the second edition of the cycle "Flamenco Royal", dedicated precisely to the veteran dancer from seville. An image of him presiding over the poster of the cycle, which will take place from 25th October to the 17th of July, with great prominence of the dance, the protagonist of a good part of the thirty evenings that make it up.
Sara Baras was commissioned to embody the tribute to Cristina Hoyos, "fully deserved", said the dancer from cadiz. "I'm happy to be here, your side".Gades, the best
None of the two danced, but Cristina Hoyos drew in a few minutes his artistic biography. Your first reference, of course, was to Antonio Gades. "It's still the best. He was a choreographer, dancer, dancer, know lights, scenery. There has been no one as complete as him."
With a grace similar to the one that has dancing, Cristina Hoyos recalled his early love for the dance. "I've always had, since she was a child; she danced up to tips in a Seville that was very dark at that time."
he Recalled the dancer, her professional debut, fifteen years ago, in a hall of Seville. "There could be up to sixteen, and the owner of the local told me to enter by the back door so no one told me anything." There, overlooking a ventanuco, I saw the performances of all his teammates when she wasn't on the stage.New York
With eighteen years old, and from the hand of Manuela Vargas, traveled to New York, where she hosted the World's Fair, and discovered the theatre. Back to Spain, he decided to move to Madrid. Gitanillo de Triana hired for the tablao "El duende"; the was called "la flaquita de Sevilla". There he saw Antonio Gades, who at that time was attempting with the film to recover from the drubbing economic that was his performance of "Don Juan".
"he told Me to continue studying, and that when he returned to form your company I would call. And that made Gades, who also became his artistic partner. Cristina Hoyos was during more than twenty years with Gades, until in 1988 he formed his company.Theater, dance and flamenco
"I Am happy, because I have many dreams fulfilled. My marriage has been with the theatre, dance and flamenco, and my path to work; to work and fight a lot." Now, he concluded, "I'm still dancing, but things tiny, helping young people who ask me for advice and taking care of my museum flamenco. While the body gives up, I will continue linked to the flamenco and the dance."
And the dance, precisely, is the backbone of this second cycle "Flamenco Royal", which doubles the number of parties -thirty - in the iconic Ballroom at the Theatre Royal, converted into a tablao. What will open and what will close two of the top dancers of today, Marcos Flores and Antonio Channels, respectively.Calendar
This is the calendar of the cycle.
October 25: Marco Flores (dance). With the participation of Jesús Núñez, guest artist
November 8: los Angeles Gabaldón (dance). With the participation of Rocío Bazán, a guest artist
15 November: Luisa Palicio (dance). With the participation of Jesus Rodriguez, guest artist
November 22: Rafael Campallo (baile). With the participation of Jesús Corbacho, a guest artist
28 November: Rosario Toledo (dance). With the participation of Sandra Carrasco, guest artist
14 December: Ricardo Fernández del Moral (song and guitar). With the participation of Monica Churches, invited artist
December 20: Concha Jareño (dance). With the participation of Juan Antonio Suarez "Canito", guest artist
17 January: Eduardo Guerrero (dance). With the participation of Emilio Florido, guest artist
24 January: Adela Campallo (dance). With the participation of Miguel Soto, "El Londro", guest artist
31 January: Lucia Alvarez, "The Piñona" (dance). With the participation of Pepe de Pura, guest artist
7 February: Ana Morales (dance). With the participation of Rafael Rodriguez, "The Head", guest artist
February 14: Sara Calero (dance). With the participation of Gema Caballero, invited artist.
February 21: David Coria (dance). With the participation of Manuel Gago, guest artist
February 28: Juan José Jaén Arroyo "El Junco" and Susana Casas (baile).
march 6: Miguel Fernandez Ribas, "El Yiyo" (dance).
march 13: Ivan Vargas (dance). With the participation of Kiki Morente, guest artist.
march 20: Alba Heredia (dance). With the participation of Antonio Moreno Maya, "The Cancú", guest artist.
27 march: Antonio Molina "El Choro" (dance). With the participation of Juan Campallo, guest artist.
April 17: Andrés Peña and Pilar Ogalla (dance). With the participation of Rafael Rodríguez, ‘The Head’, guest artist
April 24: Macarena Ramírez (dance). With the participation of Juan José Alba, guest artist
8 may: Matías López "El Mati". With the participation of Pilar Gonzalez, guest artist.
may 22: Gema Jiménez (sing). With the participation of Luis Calderito, guest artist
may 29: Belén López (dance). With the participation of Morenito de Illora, guest artist
June 5: Mary Moreno (dance). With the participation of Óscar Lago, guest artist
June 12: Maria Jose Franco (dance). With the participation of Juan Manuel Moneo, a guest artist
June 18: Amador Rojas (dance)
June 26: Angel Muñoz (dance). With the participation of Charo Espino, a guest artist
July 3: Yolanda Osuna (dance). With the participation of Miguel Pérez, guest artist
July 10: Mercedes de Córdoba (dance). With the participation of Enrique "El Extremeño", guest artist
July 17: Antonio Canales (dance).Updated Date: 26 September 2019, 06:01