Coinciding with the 20th anniversary of her dance company, “Sombras” (shadows) is defined by its creator as a “gran farruca”. Sara Baras proposes with her last show a journey in time, through colors, silence and sound, crowd and solitude, light and shadows. “Sombras” is born out of the shadow of the “farruca”, that has accompanied Sara and grown with her. A new magical scenery that is unique, and has Sara’s signature all over it. She continues to cling to old school flamenco but taking us a step further into a new emotional dimension. Sara Baras takes the audience to new places where the can feel identified, where they can rest and wish to be part of the dance company. They wish to be a part of it to be able to feel, with every guitar chord, the “quejío” of the voices, to hang from the skirts of the costumes.
Dirección y Coreografía: Sara Baras
Música: Keko Baldomero
Garabatista: Andrés Mérida
Textos: Santana de Yepes
Iluminación: Óscar Gómez de los Reyes
Vestuario: Luis F. Dos Santos
Bailarines: Sara Baras
Cuerpo de baile: María Jesús García Oviedo, Charo Pedraja, Cristina Aldón, Sonia Franco, Daniel Saltares, José Franco
Repetidora: María Jesús García Oviedo
Director musical: Keko Baldomero
Guitarra: Keko Baldomero, Andrés Martinez
Cante: Rubio de Pruna, Israel Fernández
Percusión: Antonio Suárez, Manuel Muñoz “Pájaro”
Saxofón, armónica y flauta: Diego Villegas
With more than 30 years creating, this Cádiz-born artist has been taking flamenco dance around the world, showcasing the love for this art that she learned from some of her teachers: Ciro, Manolete, El Güito, Dania González and her mother, Concha Baras.