For three weeks, Madrid will be the centre of European dance, courtesy of a festival that will show, as it’s always done, what’s on in the world of dance at the local, national and international level. The programme does away with most conventional ideas.
Madrid en Danza’s mixture of innovation and tradition is reflected in its combination of acclaimed figures and newcomers. Basically, the festival is aimed at showing new aesthetics and topics in the domestic dance scene while drawing a variety of choreographers and dancers from other countries.
The renowned dancer and choreographer Aída Gómez has been the director of previous editions, with shows in different venues, such as Teatros del Canal (Sala Roja and Sala Verde), Teatro de La Abadía, Sala Cuarta Pared, Teatro Real Coliseo de Carlos III at San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Paco Rabal Cultural Centre or Cardenal Gonzaga Regional Centre of Humanities in La Cabrera.
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