This dance festival is continuing its programme, with three major activities over the coming days.
For the last fifteen days, Barcelona, along with nearby cities, has become the European capital of dance. And that’s thanks to Dansa Metropolitana, a festival with an extensive programme, featuring modern dance languages, that is taking dance to the city’s streets, metro stations and public buildings. Dance has never been a minority art, and the festival is proof of the idea that a new language that integrates sound and body movements can be presented in exciting formats to broaden the discipline’s potential audience. This week the festival is continuing with three main activities. The first is Baile para voz y guitarra at Sala Sandaru, at 8pm on 15 March, featuring contemporary flamenco by choreographer and bailaor Fernando Romero.
The other two activities will be the last chance to see contemporary dance group Brodas Bros performing in Under9 at the Zona Universitària metro station (Line 9) at 7pm on 16 March, and Tothom Balla, an outdoor dance activity scheduled to take place at Jardins de les Tres Xemeneies on 17 March at 12 noon, which will bring to a close the 15th edition of the festival.
You’ll find more information at the Dansa Metropolitana website.
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