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A scene from 'Rumba!'

The power of Mayumana set to the rhythms of Estopa

The dance group's new show on stage at Teatre Victoria.

Rumba! is the title of a show  that the Mayumana dance and percussion group is performing on stages all over the world this season. The Israel-based troupe , which is made up of performers of various nationalities, has chosen the music of the Catalan group Estopa as the common thread for their new show, a production which, like all of Mayumana’s work, oozes strength and vitality. It can be seen at Barcelona’s Teatre Victòria on Avinguda Paral·lel until 18 March.

Rumba! is an update on the classic Rome and Juliet motif, telling the story of two rival families who live in the same neighborhood. It features a previously unreleased Estopa song, named Miriam, like the main female character. 

Boaz and Geri Berman are the directors of this production, and the former is also responsible for the musical performances. On stage, fifteen artists will dance, sing and play instruments, creating a unique spectacle with the unmistakable seal of a group that emerged two decades ago and whose productions have been seen by hundreds of thousands of spectators.

Additional information is available at the following link.

 

Publication date: Monday, 26 February 2018
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