This two Artists came together for the development of the residency “Songs For Silence” during Flamenco Festival London 2018
‘Bailaora’ Ana Morales began her dance studies at the Conservatorio de Barcelona, but soon she moves to Seville, with a three-year scholarship granted by the Compañía Andaluza de Danza. She has learned with masters such as José Antonio Ruiz, Rafael Campallo, Juana Amaya, Eva Yerbabuena, Isabel Bayón or Andrés Marín, has been soloist at the Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía and has worked with companies such as Antonio “El Pipa”, Javier Latorre o Andrés Marín’s, among others, dancing in the biggest flamenco festivals and events, worldwide. Since 2010 she also creates and directs her own shows.
Guillermo Weickert is – before choreographer and director – actor and dancer, something that is clearly stated on his creations, a body of work that highlights his interest for the performer as its geographical centre, his taste for taking risks, investigating and his fearless desire to work with multi-disciplinary artists such as Vitor Joaquim, Marc Rees, Niño de Elche, Lía, Alejandro Rojas Marcos, Anna Jonsson, Ana Ventura, José María Sánchez Rey or María Cabeza de Vaca. In 2007 he creates Cía. Guillermo Weickert, an structure that allows him to develop shows that gather investigation and artistic value, such as “Go With The Flow”, “Días ◊ Pasan ◊ Cosas”, “Sorrow”, “MATERIALINFLAMABLE” or “Lirio entre espinas”, premiered in 2013 at the internationally renowned act Itálica. Festival Internacional de Danza.