Contemporary dance in ‘Jameos del Agua’
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Contemporary dance in ‘Jameos del Agua’

  |   Art, Music

On Saturday the 21st of May the dance company directed by the Israeli (now settled in Spain) dancer and choreographer Sharon Fridman, will take the stage at the magical auditorium of Jameos del Agua to perform one of his latest and most appreciated productions: Free Fall.

Fridman and his team have spent years specialising in the research of movement and its organisation through several elements: the need, naturalness, verticality, falling, momentum and contact. With Free Fall, the company has focused on the concept of falling as the backbone of the piece.

As the company itself says in its latest projects they have “heightened exploration of the limited repertoire of movements that occur when a body falls but refuses to leave verticality. The fall becomes an inexhaustible starting point from which to draw multiple paths”.

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