Yo Carmen by María Pagés
María Pagés embarks us on a genuinely feminine adventure made up of eight dancers and seven musicians, both classical and Flamenco, playing live.
Yo Carmen © María Pagés
María Pagés © María Pagés
María Pagés embarks us on a genuinely feminine adventure, in ten pictures, made up of eight dancers – both female and male – and seven musicians, both classical and Flamenco, playing live.
In “I, Carmen”, a woman opens up her emotions and intelligence, as if it was a fan. This is a potent narrative: she uses solos and choral choreographies stitched together in an artisan fashion, so giving expression to her wisdom and her contradictions, her loves and heart-breaks, her strength and weakness, her insecurity and dissatisfaction, her loneliness, her sensuality and her unattained gender equality, her maternity.
A female voice verbalizing a rebellion against the abuse of women, dependencies – a result of ancestral submission to social canons – traditions, religions, or against new beliefs, such as fashion, publicity or even freedom itself.
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