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Ofrenda De Sombras. Nacho Duato


Ofrenda de Sombras. Nacho Duato. Bailarín: Nacho Duato
  • Choreography: Nacho Duato
  • Music: collage music XVI and XVII centuries and Alberto Iglesias (electronic music)
  • Sets: Jaffar Chalabi
  • Costumes: Nacho Duato (in collaboration with Ismael Aznar)
  • Light Design: Brad Fields
  • World premiere by Compañía Nacional de Danza at Teatro Real de Madrid, May  31st , 2000.

  • Last year  saw  the four hundredth anniversary of the birth of one of the greatest painters of all time: Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez. Together with Rubens and Rembrandt, he was the  most representative painter of the baroque period. His trajectory is unlimited by time and he is still modern today. With Ofrenda de Sombras, Duato wishes to pay homage to the great master, taking inspiration from one of his greatest works: Las Meninas. The choreographer creates  a very personal world of private dreams and fantasy, which in its development approaches and departs from the story told in Velazquez’s painting, never failing to offer it as a reference to the spectator so that the source of inspiration is constantly present.

  • Music: Alberto Iglesias   1.Introduction 
  • Jordi Savall   Las Sombras
  • William Daman   Fantasia: Di sei soprani
  • Innocenzio Alberti   Pavan of Albarti
  • Alberto Iglesias   II. Tema electrónico
  • Henry Purcell   Fantasia upon one note
  • Marin Marais   Charivari
  • Alberto Iglesias   III. Tema electrónico
  • Luigi Rossi   Les Pleurs d’Orphée
  • Jean-Baptiste Lully   Sarabande: Air des Espagnols
  • Alberto Iglesias   IV. Tema electrónico
  • Juan Cabanilles   Tiento de Falsas
  • Jordi Savall   Las Sombras
  • Jean-Baptiste Lully   Danse de Neptune