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Discovering the "backstage" of flamenco, with Pablo Ruben Maldonado   You are logged in as Guest
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Discovering the "backstage"... 

Every Saturday, at the Centro de Arte Flamenco and Spanish Dance "Amor de Dios", the pianist Pablo Ruben Maldonado offers you a unique experience: sharing a rehearsal with the best flamenco artists.

The concept is attractive and new. We've all seen beautiful flamenco shows in theaters, tablaos or scenarios of all kinds. And surely we have wondered many times how are the months of preparations that a good show requires.

Pablo Ruben Maldonado, flamenco pianist, offers you the opportunity to enter the rehearsal room in wich musicians, singers and dancers prepare for the show, adjust the repertoire, choreography, music and lyrics.
But make no mistake: the intensity of the dancing ans singing is the same as in a theater.

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RE: Discovering the "backstage&... (in reply to DavidRG

I went a couple of years ago. I went with my friends Lilian Pallares and Charles Olsen who made a prize winning film with Pablo “la danza de los pinceles.” Listening to recordings of flamenco piano I had not been a big fan in the past but I was converted and I particularly remember a beautiful, lyrical Alegrias.

I will go again when I get a chance - there are usually two or three flamenco artists joining Pablo for each performance.
Here is a trailer for the film.


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