German Premiere

Ana Morales

Sin permiso (Canciones para el silencio)
Big Stage
12.04.2019 – 13.04.2019
Eine Flamenco-Tänzerin mit rosafarbener Blüte im Mund.

There are spaces in our interior that are like closets. Flamenco dancer and choreographer Ana Morales has discovered just such a room: In “Sin permiso (Canciones para el silencio)”, she dives into her father’s past (and thus, into her own past) without obtaining his permission (sin permiso). Thus, she awakens memories of hushed events, of Andalusia and of Flamenco, dedicating numerous songs to them: Songs for the silence (Canciones para el silencio). Supported by dancer José Manuel Álvarez and with live accompaniment provided by voice, guitar, electronic music and drums, Ana Morales enters a forbidden place to confront her memories and exorcise them.

Duration: 75 Min.

Accompanying Programme
Fri 12.04. 19:30 reception on the occasion of the beginning of Flamenco Festival 2019
Sat 13.04. discussion afterwards

Stage, Artistic Direction: Guilermo Weickert, Ana Morales; Choreography: Ana Morales, José Manuel Álvarez; Artistic Cooperation: David Coria; Tanz: Ana Morales, José Manuel Álvarez; Music: Juan José Amador (Voice), Juan Antonio Suarez »Canito« (Guitar), Daniel Suárez (Drums, Electronic Music); Stage Technology: Jorge Limosnita; Sound Design: Kike Seco; Light Design: Olga García (A.A.I.); Stage Design: Francisco Munzón; Costumes: Pilar Cordero, Lopez de Santos, Belén de la Quintana, Marcela, Cotelac; Cooperation: Michio Woirgardt (Electronic Music), Sabio multiinstrument contemporaneo, Ivan Bavcevic (School of Conscience); Management, Distribution: Daniela Lazary (Artemovimiento); Management Assistant: Jorge Limosnita.

A production by Cia Ana Morales and Artemovimiento, coproduced by tanzhaus nrw, London Flamenco Festival /  Sadler‘s Wells and the Festival de Jerez. Kindly supported by Junta de Andalucia, Agencia Andaluza de Instituciones Culturales Consejeria de cultura, Conservatorio de Danza Antonio Ruiz Soler, escuela Pública de formación Cultural und Centro Cívico Juan Antonio González Caraballo.

Ein Flamenco-Tänzer hält die Hand einer Flamenco-Tänzerin, die im Rollstuhl sitzt.
Festival · 12. – 22.04.2019

Flamenco Festival 2019