Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, 2015 May 21Additional title: Solas (Choreographic work : Muñoz)Additional title: Música (Choreographic work)Additional title: De milonga (Choreographic work : Hidalgo)Additional title: Martinete-Seguiriya (Choreographic work : López and Vicent)Additional title: Angeles (Choreographic work : Muñoz)Additional title: Fin de fiesta/Bulerías (Choreographic work)
NamesNew York Public Library. Dance Division (Producer)Santana, Carlota (Artistic director)Santana, Carlota (Speaker)Rodriguez, Gaspar (Performer)Rodriguez, Gaspar (Speaker)Rodriguez, Gaspar (Composer)Rodriguez, Gaspar (Musical director)Hidalgo, Antonio (Choreographer)Hidalgo, Antonio (Dancer)Hidalgo, Antonio (Speaker)Muñoz, Ángel, 1973- (Choreographer)Muñoz, Ángel, 1973- (Dancer)Muñoz, Ángel, 1973- (Speaker)Blumenfeld, Alice (Dancer)Tovar, Isaac (Dancer)Vicent, Enrique (Choreographer)López, Antonio (Choreographer)Espino, Charo (Dancer)Llewellyn, Eliza (Dancer)Torres, Guadalupe (Dancer)Holub, Jenny (Videographer)Ward, Penny (Videographer)Penny Ward/Video (Videographer)Brooklyn Academy of Music (Presenter)Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana (Dance company) (Dancer)
Jerome Robbins Archive of the Recorded Moving Image Original Documentation
Dates / OriginDate Created: 2015-05-21Place: Brooklyn, NY
Table of ContentsIntroduction (3 min.) / by Carlota Santana.A Solas (first performed in 2012) (10 min.) / choreography, Angel Muñoz ; dancers, The Company.Música (7 min.) / musicians, The Company.De Milonga (first performed in 2003) (11 min.) / choreography, Antonio Hidalgo ; dancers, Antonio Hidalgo, Alice Blumenfeld, Isaac Tovar.Martinete-Seguiriya (world premiere) (11 min.) / choreography, Enrique Vicent and Antonio López ; dancers, The Company.Angeles (world premiere) (52 min.) / choreography, Angel Muñoz ; composer and music director, Gaspar Rodriguez ; dancers, Angel Muñoz, Charo Espino, Antonio Hidalgo, Isaac Tovar.Fin de Fiesta/Bulerías (5 min.) / dancers, The Company.Post Show Talkback (17 min.) / moderated by Carlota Santana with Antonio Hidalgo, Angel Muñoz, and Gaspar Rodriguez.
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZIDF 4116
TopicsSantana, CarlotaFlamencoFlamenco music
GenresFilmed danceFilmed performances
NotesStatement of responsibility: artistic director & founder, Carlota Santana.Content: Widescreen.Content: Title from opening video credits.Venue: Matinee performance.Funding: The recording of this work was made possible by the cooperation of Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, The BAM Fisher (Fishman Space), Brooklyn, New York, and the Jerome Robbins Archive of the Recorded Moving Image, Jerome Robbins Dance Division, The New York Public Library.Creation/production credits: Lighting designer, Kia Rogers ; stage manager, Marian Zennie ; videography, Penny Ward (Penny Ward/Video) ; second camera, Jenny Holub.Performers: Dancers, Isaac Tovar, Alice Blumenfeld, Antonio Hidalgo, Eliza Llewellyn, Angel Muñoz, Charo Espino, Guadalupe Torres.Performers: All works accompanied by Flamenco Vivo's Company of Musicians, Gaspar Rodriguez, Pegro Medina (guitarists); Pedro Obregon, Felix de Lola (singers); Jose Moreno (percussion), Diego Villegas (wind instruments).Venue: Videotaped in performance at the BAM Fisher (Fishman Space), Brooklyn, N.Y., 2015 May 21.Funding: This archival recording was made possible by a generous challenge grant from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and by Matching gifts from Helen J. Gebig, Anne H. Bass, The Max & Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Inc., Gillian Attfield, Caroline Hyman, The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, Nancy Lassalle and Louisa Sarofim with additional support from the Committee for the Jerome Robbins Dance Division and the Friends of the Jerome Robbins Dance Division.
Physical DescriptionBorn digitalExtent: 1 video file (116 min.) : sound, color.
DescriptionPost Show Talkback discusses Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, how the first half of concert was traditional and the second half moving forward into a more progressive flamenco, audience member commenting on missing the castanets in this program, teaching classes and workshops, why Carlota Santana doesn't perform anymore, how flamenco in Spain is also progressing and changing but remains more traditional overall, and how the lyrics talk about more progressive things than originally, Santana talks about the fan dance's choreographer winning a flamenco competition in Madrid, the use of instruments including flute, and the popularity of flamenco with children and all age groups.
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 965829780NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b21133227Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 5b34c420-f6d9-0134-69bd-00b21eddadb4
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