To describe Soledad Barrio as a force of nature is an understatement. This Spanish dynamo and the Madrid-based company she founded in 1993 with her husband and Artistic Director Martin Santangelo has become the gold standard of flamenco in its finest and most authentic form. While there may be a dozen other dancers, singers, and musicians on stage, Barrio is the indisputable star, a great artist without pretense. And in their 90-minuite adaptation of Sophocles’ Antigone (Antigona in Spanish), Barrio, her husband, and their company of 18 musicians and dancers fuse Greek tragedy and Spanish passion into a work of dance-theater that is not only a visual feast but a powerful visceral experience that conveys the essence of flamenco’s underlying relevance.
Please note: This event has moved from it's original November 10, 2016 date.