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Opera & Flamenco

More than 3 million spectators

Opera y Flamenco is one of the best flamenco shows in Barcelona, more than 3 million spectators

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Opera y Flamenco is one of the best flamenco shows in Barcelona.

After 10 years in theaters, Opera y Flamenco is the most seen flamenco show in the history of Barcelona with more than 3.000.000 spectators.

Opera y Flamenco tells the tormentous love story between the flamenco dancers “bailaores”. Interpreted by their own souls, the singers. Sensual choreographies alternate with the most famous opera arias (“Casta Diva” by V. Bellini, Carmen by G. Bizet, Tosca by Puccini, La Bohème by G. Puccini, Il Trovatore by Verdi…) in a mixture of great aesthetics beauty between flamenco and grand lyric.

Opera y Flamenco is a true “cult” for the passionate of music and dance, it is a show that merges the unique beauty of opera with the flamenco art.

The flamenco show Opera y Flamenco, continues its uninterrupted programming at the Palau de la Música Catalana and the Teatre Poliorama on Las Ramblas in Barcelona.

PROGRAM

  • Popular Song: FLAMENCO "ZORONGO"
  • P.Sorozabal: LA TABERNERA DEL PUERTO "No puede ser"
  • Popular Song: FLAMENCO "ALEGRÍA"
  • G.Verdi: TROVATORE "Miserere"
  • Popular Song: FLAMENCO "FANDANGO"
  • Bellini: LA NORMA "Casta diva"
  • Popular Song: FLAMENCO "SOLEA POR BULERIA"
  • G.Bizet: CARMEN "Habanera"
  • G. Puccini: TURANDOT “Nessun Dorma”
  • M.P.Moreno: EL GATO MONTES "Torero quiero ser"
  • Popular Song: FLAMENCO "SEGUIRYA"
  • M.Falla: AMOR BRUJO "La canción del fuego fatuo"

CAST

  • Piano: David Granato
  • Violin: Carlos Caro
  • Percussion: Jacobo Sánchez
  • Guitar: Juan Gómez “Chicuelo” / Santiago Amaya “El Tati”
  • Tenor: Oscar Marin
  • Flamenco Singer: Thais Hernandez
  • Flamenco Dancer: Maria José Gonzáles
  • Flamenco Dancer: Iván Alcalá
  • Scenic Supervisor: Iván Alcalá
  • Sound Director: Aldo Toesca
  • Photos: A.Bofill, O.Vidal
  • Music Director: Juan Gómez “Chicuelo”

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