PostClassical Productions presents the New York premiere of our 2011 production of El Amor Brujo
Two weekends only: May 5-6, 12-13.
The Salvatore Capezio Theater at Peridance
126 E. 13th Street, NYC
PostClassical Ensemble’s production of Manuel de Falla’s El Amor Brujo, co-created with New York’s Peridance Contemporary Dance Company with choreography by Igal Perry, debuted in DC last December.
We now proceed to New York City, with performances conducted by Angel Gil-Ordóñez with Peridance soloists and flamenco cantaora Marija Temo
“Profoundly Memorable” – Paula Durbin, The Washington Post (Dec. 4, 2011)
Join us for an “Afternoon in Spain” matinee, Sunday, May 6, at 2:30, for El Amor Brujo prefaced by rare films of legendary flamenco artists in private performance, plus commentary by flamenco authority Brook Zern and the renowned Spanish novelist/cultural commentator Antonio Muñoz Molina.
Produced in collaboration with the Spanish Consulate.
El Amor Brujo will also be performed on a mixed Peridance program, including music by Henryk Gorecki:
Saturday, May 5 & 12, at 8:30pm, and Sunday, May 6 & 13, at 7:30pm
Joining the Company on stage for the opening weekend will be Jose Manuel Carreño, former principal dancer at American Ballet Theater.
Watch a trailer of the premiere of El Amor Brujo, with PostClassical Ensemble and cantaora Esperanza Fernandez.
(Photo: Tom Wolff)