After two years of postponed performances during the pandemic, we are delighted to announce that this June has been one of the busiest months in our 15-year history.
We began the month with performances in a variety of different palaces and haciendas in Seville and Segovia, and then moved onto private events, such as for Cartier in Madrid, or for some of the most renowned influencers in the world, including Italian blogger and model Chiara Ferragni, who was in Seville to attend the Dior’s Cruise Collection 2023 event.
Other feats include attending the musical conferences Opera Europa in the Czech Republic, and Sibiu Performing Arts Market in Romania, which will take place from Monday 27th – Thursday 30th. We also brought Barcelona Flamenco Ballet’s show Luxuria to Kosovo on 23rd June and are programmed to showcase Carmen by Antonio Andrade Flamenco Company at Smetana’s Litomyšl festival from 27th-28th June, also in the Czech Republic. Two weeks ago, we also had the pleasure of organising an equestrian flamenco performance for the owners of Heineken here where we are based, in Seville.
To round off the month, we first closed the feminist FemArt Festival with Luxuria on Thursday 23rd, will go on to present the international premiere of Flamenco Machine Project at the prestigious Sibiu International Theatre Festival on Thursday 30th and perform Luxuria at an awards ceremony in Barcelona, also on 30th June.