Ruben Molina, born in Córdoba and based in Paris since 2013, will present his latest creation Nuit Flamenco at the Café de la Danse, Paris. Two years after the flamenco dancer and choreographer moved to Paris, he presented his piece Suspiro at the Theatre du Marais.
His latest piece for Café de la Danse is a homage to flamenco masters Franco Zefirelli, José Granero and Rafael Aguilar, with whom Ruben has “had the privilege of working all these years”.
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About Flamenco Nuit, Molina says, “I wish to present what I call the third stage of my life, a way of learning dance once again with a new and different angle to open my art to the largest possible numbers.”
This winter, Molina takes us on a journey to Cordoba along the music of Nieves Hidalgo. And, he won’t be alone. Three other dancers – Alejandra Hernandez, Gabriela Abaitua and Lidia Reyes – join him onstage and so does Spanish actor Agustin Galiana. The dancing will be accompanied by live guitar (Daniel Barba and Samuel Rousenel) and piano (Franck Prévost).
If you didn’t reserve your place for this Saturday’s performance, try to catch Nuit Flamenco when it returns to Café de la Danse, December 17. Early reservations are recommended.
(Café de la Danse, 5 Passage Louis Philippe, 75011, Paris. Nov. 26 and Dec. 17.)
November 26, 2016 to November 26, 2016
At Cafe de la Danse
Ruben Molina's "Nuit Flamenco"
Flamenco dancer and choreographer, Ruben Molina presents his latest piece “Nuit Flamenco” at the Café de la Danse, Paris. He will be accompanied by dancers, Alejandra Hernandez, Gabriela Abaitua and Lidia Reyes, and Spanish actor, Agustin Galiana. The dancing will be accompanied by live guitar (by Daniel Barba and Samuel Rousenel) and piano (by Franck Prévost).
Cafe de la Danse