By Euro Weekly News Media •
Published: 28 Dec 2011 • 17:58
A GROUP of five dancers, called ‘Amazonas’, will be performing at Villa de Nerja Cultural Centre on Saturday January 14 at 9pm.
Amazonas is a group made up of dancers from different cities in Europe, which emerged within the Danza Duende ®, a project with strong commitment to contribute to the development of a healthy society from an artistic activity also healthy. For this, the “artist Duende” creates jobs that serve as a manifestation of the fundamental goodness in human beings and it is with this intention that comes the show ‘Once upon a time five women’.
Amazonas invite us to step into the world of oriental and ethnic dances from a contemporary perspective. ‘There were once five women …’ is the story of a nomadic group of women who were magical powers.
Every so often they meet somewhere in the world and put up a tent ‘warm like a womb, red as a heart’, a cozy, mysterious and magical, where anything can happen and that the Amazons open the viewer, giving the most precious hidden themselves.
The world of these five women is as vast as the universe can only be archetypal feminine. During the show these women take different forms – warriors, witches or animals – to tell little stories, weaving an invisible thread between them, resulting in a story without time or place.
The Amazons include Leire Bolumburu, Marga Morales and Joelle Virginia ‘Gata’ from Spain, Centonze Alessandra from Italy, and Victoria Ivanova from Russia.
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