Verdi que te quiero V.E.R.D.I.


In commemoration of the 200th anniversary of Verdi's birth, Francisco Lorenzo (Compañía Nacional de Danza) and Compañía R.E.A Danza wanted to pay their particular tribute with a work that combines dance, vertical dance and video. This work is part of the Synergos project, which involves public and private institutions from different fields, such as education, culture, performing techniques, .... Synergos is promoted by the REA dance company and the Cánovas theater, the Conservatorio Superior y Profesional de Danza de Málaga and the Compañía Nacional de Danza.

Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi was born in Busseto (Italy), on October 10, 1813. The author of the most popular titles in the lyrical repertoire was undoubtedly the most notable and influential composer of Italian opera. However, it was not all applause and triumphs in the musician's life, his eighty-seven years of life were also peppered with sad and distressing moments. His name became a symbol of the patriotic and political struggle for the unification of the country, although he himself declared that he was a humble peasant and that he would remain so throughout his life.

Choreography Francisco Lorenzo.
Aereal dance Diego Arias.
Clothing design Jacobo Espina.
Clothing Norma García.
Scenography Juan Arias.
Lighting design Juan Carlos Gallardo.
Video screenings Jupa Arias.
Production REA producciones.
General direction Jupa Arias and Diego Arias.

Ana Pérez Rando, Estefanía González Yuste, Alba Benítez Ruiz, Ana Jaén Rivas, Olga Magaña, Esther Medina, Elena Plaza Morillas, Mercedes Ángel, Nacho Fortes, Diego Arias, Jupa Arias.