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Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Eduardo Guerrero at Q-Factory Amsterdam


OPTREDEN EDUARDO GUERRERO' - 'LAS MINAS' 15 OKT 2015 -TOLHUISTUIN, Paradiso noord Amsterdam

WORKSHOP FLAMENCODANS EDUARDO GUERRERO ZA 17 & ZO 18 OKT 2015 
INTERMEDIO NIVEAU - TANGOS | GEVORDERD NIVEAU - CAÑA
Locatie workshop: Q-Factory Amsterdam www.terremoto.nl info@terremoto.nl

The memory of yesterday make us live today to succeed tomorrow... And among my earliest flamenco memories, it is inevitable to remember the flamenco dances when I started to move me in this amazing dance world that it is theFlamenco, this is the main reason because today they compose my first spectacle.
Really they don`t have a clear storyline they are memories and the memories more than storylines are feelings, And these feelings move us back until my earliest flamenco memories. Even more inevitable, it is to remember the person who raised me, who introduced me into the Art, who gave me my first flamencoboots, who followed me everywhere and who trusted me.
The summary all of this, it is the memory of Dolores, my Grandmother, the “Return” to her...

Eduardo Guerrero started to dance when he was six years old in Carmen Guerrero Flamenco Dance School in Cádiz. He continued his flamenco learnings with the most important “bailaores” at the time: Antonio Canales, Manolo Marín, Mario Maya, Chiqui de Jerez.... He extended his Spanish Dance training at Cadiz conservatory,
contemporary Dance Knowledge with David Greenall and classic dance with Montserrat Marín.
In 2002 he started to collaborate in the spectacles of the most important spanish flamencodancers like:
- “Bernarda Alba” and “Flamenco Directo” by Antonio Canales.
- “Eva”, “5 Mujeres 5”, “A cuatro voces”, “Santo y Seña”, “ Lluvia”, “Cuando yo era” and “Federico según Lorca” by Eva Yerbabuena.
- “Salomé”, “Carmen”, “Suite Flamenca” and “Adalí” by Aida Gómez.
- Eduardo collaborated with Rocío Molina, Ursula López and Amador Rojas in their spectacles “Oro Viejo”, “La otra Piel” and “Kahlo Caló” .
- The singer Pasión Vega relied on him in her spectacles “Sin Compasión” and “Dos pianos con Pasión”.
In all these collaborations Eduardo gave his hallmark, with his re-newal, transgressive and exciting form to doing Flamenco dance. His dancing is so impressive that Vladimir Vasilev, after seeing his performance in the Suzanne Dellal Center of Tel Aviv, invited him to participate in posthumous tribute that he was organizing in the Bolshoi Theatre in honor of his wife Ekaterina Maximova. In 2013 he won the prestigious Award “Desplante” (Flamenco dance prize) in the International Minas Festival in La Unión (Murcia), with this prize Eduardo is recognized by his
maturity and mastery in spite of his youth. Nowadays Eduardo Guerrero is moving his new spectacle “Re-torno” in some of the most important Spanish theaters and he is achieving a great success



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