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Flamenco appears as a timeless art form set in its various forms – for example, the elaborate bata de cola dress for women and tight black pants for men - yet its traditions are based on innovation. In this revelatory program, Jonatan Miro, Miguel Heredia, and Hugo Lopez, who have been touring as part of Compañía Manuel Liñán, stomp out flamenco stereotypes and explore gender identities while breaking with codes and regulations. Live musical accompaniment on this intimate dance performance that takes us back to a Spanish tablao. Similar to cabaret spaces, these clubs sprang up in the 1960s throughout Spain, replacing the cafe cantantes.
Dance: Jonatan Miro, Miguel Heredia and Hugo López
Vocal: Miguel Heredia
Guitar: Francisco Vinuesa