About the workshop
This workshop aims at bringing you closer to Flamenco’s dance through basic technical exercises and also playing with daily life gestures.
The goal is to connect with the savage version of ourselves thanks to Flamenco’s rhythm and movement.
It is not necessary to bring flamenco shoes. Open to all levels.
About Olga Magaña
Olga Magaña is a stage director and performer, who graduated in flamenco choreography from the CSD of Málaga in 2015.
Her final project, Toma que time, won the first MálagaCrea and Marbella Crea awards, and the Best Dance Show Award from the Ateneo de Málaga in 2016. Her company, Ararí Danza, has created the pieces Toma, Baleia, De Blanchard A La Ribot and Ñagami.
Her show Baleia La Manada, produced by Factoría Echegaray in 2021, won the Best Show Award at the VI edition of CINTA del TNT- Atalaya and received three awards from the Ateneo de Málaga for best original show, best direction and best lighting.
The costumes for Baleia won the 2nd prize at the VIII Certamen Andaluz de Arte y Reciclaje organised by the Consejería de Agricultura, Ganadería, Pesca y Desarrollo Sostenible de La Junta de Andalucía.
She also worked as a performer and choreographer for companies such as Mayúmana, El Espejo Negro, REA Danza, Viviseccionados and Acuario Teatro.
Since 2019 she has been working for the AECID’s Acerca project , teaching dance and theatre at the Arts Conservatory in Mali and at the National Art Institut in Bamako.
39€*/34€* for motion*s members
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