According to "House of Bernarda Alba"  By Federico García Lorca


Choreography:Javier Latorre
Guest artist: Sylvia Duran

A drama of women in Spain of the beginning of the 20th century.

After the funeral of the father of the family, his widow, Bernarda Alba, forces her five daughters not to leave the house for eight years, as a sign of mourning, respect and modesty. The eldest daughter's fiancée turns out to be the lover of the rebellious young daughter a sure recipe for a shocking story with a tragic end

An exemplary adaptation by JAVIER LATORRE by the great contemporary Spanish choreographersperformed by the Israeli Flamenco Company under the artistic direction of Michal Natan, who is honored to host in this productionSlavia Duran – the pioneer of Spanish dance in Israel.

The performance is accompanied by the musical works of: Mozart, Bach, Vivaldi, Saint-Saëns, de Falla, Piazzolla, Chopin, Arvo Partt and Gregorian poetry

Narration: Gila Almagor 

Dancers: Michal Nathan, Slavia Duran, Vlada West, Iblissa Martinez Gonzalez, Grau Cabrera Caudredo, Moran Ron, Ayelet Shachar, Maya Shani Felenbaum

Costume Design: Veronica Schorr

Lighting: Yaakov Bercy


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From the press

Presentsaunique artistic challenge. The Israeliflamenco troupein the spirit of the work "The Houseof BrendaAlba". Movingand moving".
The Israeli Flamenco BandpresentstheIsraeliaudiencewith aperfect performance, on aninternational level."
A thought-provokingdramatic performance basedon a classicand immortalworkbyLorca. A tragedythat is veryskillfully brought to the stagethroughdance. Don'tmiss out. Aone-of-a-kind performance! "   Hannah Drori Kashi – What is worthwhile

"A dignified and professional show", a show  that isan achievementfor the   Eshel Dance Company – Dance Diaries

"Michal Nathan, the artistic director of the troupe, teamed up with the Spanish choreographer Javier La Torre and just made a leap forward, she surpassed all her abilities and set a new bar extremely high not only for herself, for the future, but for all the flamenco and Spanish dance companies in Israel and abroad. Sheshet Schatz

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