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“Color Sin Nombre” unfolds as a mesmerizing flamenco dance spectacle inspired by the vivid artwork of the painter Mark Rothko. José Maya, an exceptionally skilled dancer born in Madrid, leads the audience on a captivating journey through the depth of colors. Collaborating with Latin Grammy winner Rycardo Moreno, a guitarist born in Lebrija (Sevilla), and accompanied by the enchanting vocals of Delia Membrive and the rhythmic beats of David Dominguez on drums, this performance weaves a tapestry of visual and auditory splendor.
As José Maya’s movements unfold, the colors come to life, creating reliefs and hues with infinite horizons. The dance dynamically shifts from dramatic and incandescent to soft and spiritual, mirroring the emotional landscapes of Rothko’s paintings. The addition of Delia Membrive’s soulful singing and the rhythmic drumming by David Dominguez enrich the experience, adding layers of depth and emotion.
Monumental digital projections serve as a canvas, transporting spectators from Rothko’s contemplative chapel to abstract dreamscapes. With every step, Maya breathes life into colors, sculpting reliefs and gradients that stretch into infinite horizons. The dynamism of the dance mirrors Rothko’s varied emotional landscapes, oscillating between dramatic intensity and spiritual serenity.
Rooted in a flamenco heritage, José Maya’s professional journey began early, sharing stages with luminaries of the art form. “Color Sin Nombre” encapsulates this fusion of tradition and innovation, pushing the boundaries of flamenco expression. The collaboration with Rycardo Moreno adds a layer of depth, his guitar strings resonating with the soul of the performance.
This production transcends conventional boundaries, evolving into an interactive experience where dance, music, digital projections and lights, engage in a perpetual dialogue. The result is a unique and immersive spectacle that invites introspection, questioning the universality of human emotions. “Color Sin Nombre” goes beyond being a mere performance; it becomes a transformative journey, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of its audience.
About BOCO Flamenco
The BOCO Flamenco Festival is an annual event bringing together top artists from Spain to showcase their work in Boulder, Colorado. This vibrant festival features high-energy performances filled with passionate, emotive, and rhythmic storytelling, providing a unique cultural experience for both locals and visitors.
BOCO FLAMENCO, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, presents the event with a mission to promote and preserve Flamenco’s heritage, history, and unique artistry through performances, education, and community events.
The festival founders, Andrea and Antonio Gomez, based in Boulder share a deep connection to Flamenco. Together, they aim to create a meaningful experience, bringing their passion to the Boulder community.
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