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Santiago's Entertainment Guide

Dance from 8 September, 2019

7 matches: 7 Dance

Dance

11/07/2019 - 14/09/2019
20:00 | Espacio de Arte Campus Stellae
Nights for the friends of the Argentine tango. +Info
22/01/2020
20:30 | Auditorio Abanca
The Nutcracker by Piotr Tchaikovsky is the most Christmassy work of the universal classical ballet. The magic of a Christmas party makes it possible for Masha's dreams to come true: the toys come to life, the Nutcracker becomes a beautiful prince and together, after facing the evil mice, they...
04/07/2020
20:30 | Teatro Principal
The body and the land tighten their bonds in a dance and music show that transports us to the hard beauty of the work in the fields. Women are at the centre of this telluric connection; day and night, day after day repeated in an inexhaustible succession of seasons. The sun and the rain, the...
03/08/2020
20:00 | Parque de San Domingos de Bonaval
The piece emerges as a need for movement research, based on the world of refugees and borders. Frontier barriers that, for centuries, we placed between worlds, countries and people. This distance, real and hypothetical, places both performers in a relationship of approach and distance, of power...
10/08/2020
20:00 | Parque de San Domingos de Bonaval
During the journey the bodies move because of the desire to be seen. The ego emerges from the sweat of the crowd. Life is a journey of bodies that desire and move. A voice says: just look. Am I what?' is the stage form that takes the need to question who they are. This question arises from a...
17/08/2020
20:00 | Parque de San Domingos de Bonaval
What if the only thing that can move with absolute awareness and control is the legs? Through researching this idea, I developed a personal quality of movement. Opp talks about duality, about the existence of antonyms, about the search for agreement to move forward; but also about many other...
23/09/2020
20:30 | Auditorio Abanca
Absolute masterpiece of Romantic dance theatre. It was premiered in 1841 at the Paris Opera, becoming a pure and fundamental piece of classical dance, both for the treatment of romantic ideals and for the use of the most refined theatrical technique of the 19th century. The Giselle ballet is...