La Dama Macbeth

La Dama Macbeth (Lady Macbeth), a Flamenco Ballet inspired by the great Shakespearian Tragedy Macbeth, brings to life the classic themes of ambition, passion, loyalty, betrayal, rivalry, righteousness and greed, using Flamenco as a language to interpret the characters and relationships in this great play.

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Under the direction of Ilisa Rosal, a stellar cast of international artists created the characters of Shakespeare’s tragic drama for the World Premeire of this work on May 1, 2010 at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts as part of The Miami Dance Festival. Featured Guest artists included the world renowned La Tati, along with dancers Pedro Cordoba, Cristian Almodovar, Antonio Arrebola, Ismael “El Cordobes”, Jose Junco, Alejandra Gudi, Aurora Losada “La Pipi” and Marina Sagardoy, guitarists Vacky Losada and Jesus Heredia, Flamenco Singers Emilio Gavarre and Loreto De Diego, oud player and vocalist Joe Zeytoonian and percussionist Myriam Eli.  The musicians created and arranged the music and lyrics, in some cases using spoken texts taken from the original work in order to retain the power of the language and imagery of some of the most important scenes.

There are few opportunities to see artists of this caliber collaborate in such an ambitious and important work. This consummate group of choreographers, composers and performers achieved the simply extraordinary with this amazing interpretation of one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies, magnificent and heavy with meaning.

© 2019 by Ballet Flamenco La Rosa, Inc. - Miami, Florida, USA

Phone +1 (786) 320-6982 - rosalpanmiami@aol.com

 

These programs are made possible with the support of The State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, The Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs,
The Cultural Affairs Council, The Mayor and The Miami-Dade County Board of Commissioners, The City of Miami Beach Cultural Arts Council, Funding Arts Network and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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