“The Three-Cornered Hat” National Ballet in Les Arts

The Three-Cornered Hat

He Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia will present on Friday 21 see you Monday 24 of April, 'Homage to Antonio Ruiz SolerThe Three-Cornered Hat 'National Ballet of Spain (BNE) in the Main Hall.

Arts Center maintains its commitment to the ballet as a cornerstone in programming, with a show that "brings together the richness and diversity of Spanish Dance", as it stressed today Davide Livermore in the presentation to the media. Antonio Najarro, director del BNE, Y Alvaro Albiach, director musical, They have accompanied the mayor of Les Arts at the press conference.

Antonio Najarro designed the tribute to the legendary dancer of the National Ballet premiered in Spain Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid he 18 June 2016, within the twentieth anniversary of the death of the former "one of the great figures of the Spanish Dance".

'Homage to Antonio Ruiz Soler', According to the director of BNE, "Brings together a selection of choreographies, mostly belonging to the repertoire of the National Ballet, in which they were represented several of the styles of the Spanish Dance through the brilliant creations of the great Antonio: 'Eritaña', with music Isaac Albeniz; 'Zapateado' of Sarasate, 'Taranto' Flamenco ballet 'Taberna del Toro', 'Fantasy Gala', with music Ernesto Halffter; and 'The tricorne', from Manuel de Falla”.

In this sense, Antonio Najarro has stressed "the special interest in recovering the original backdrops and scenery, and to reproduce in detail the sets and costumes of different choreographies, which they are works of art that always identified creativity and staging of Antonio. This has been essential to the collaboration of artists linked to his career, that they have turned to provide us with a valuable documentation to aggrandize this homage ".

Alvaro Valencia Albiach, already he debuted in 2014 with the Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana in Castellón Auditorium, It is presented for the first time in the Calatrava building with a score, 'The Three-Cornered Hat', who previously directed only Lorin Maazel during the inaugural concert 2005. Thus, the current holder of the Orquesta de Extremadura joins the list of Valencians who have led in the Main Hall: Jordi Bernàcer, Enrique García Asensio, Gustavo Gimeno, José Ramón Martín, Cristóbal Soler and Ramon Tebar.

Davide Livermore, It has valued the excellent reception of the proposal "for which there are hardly any inputs", It has also been referred to the list of outstanding soloists participating in the different parts: mezzo-soprano Sandra Ferrandez Valencia, violinist and pianist Albert Skuratov Cori Lechner.

National Ballet of Spain

The National Ballet of Spain (BNE), directed by Antonio Najarro since September 2011, It is currently the greatest exponent of Spanish dance, Showing all styles of dance in our country in the most important theaters in the world through very different shows spanning tradition and modernity, bowling school, Spanish classical-dance, folklore and flamenco in 'Suite Sevilla', 'Fallen angels', ‘Sorolla’, 'Alento' and 'Zaguán'. Choreographies in which the director has had invited young choreographers with very different personalities and dancistic aesthetic with the main objective to disseminate and preserve our dance, It covers wider audiences. Likewise, It gives prominence to the repertoire of Spanish dance pieces like recovering: ‘Medea’, 'Scream', 'Rhythms', ‘Bolero’ (J. Barn), 'Step Four', 'Farruca', Viva Navarra "and" Jota de la Dolores'. After tribute made to R. Aguilar has also joined the Ballet repertoire of his 'Bolero'.

The BNE first performed at Les Arts in 2012 with 'Fallen Angels' and 'Suite Sevilla'.