The pride of Spain – Maise Marquez
With: MAISE MÁRQUEZ (choreography, dance, Spain)
CARLOS PIÑANA (art director, guitar, Spain)
ALEJANDRO VILLAESCUSA (vocals, Spain)
RAINER MARÍA ZEHETBAUER (guitar, Austria)
MIGUEL ANGEL ORENGO (percussion, Spain)
Alma Flamenca – a journey deep into the very heart of flamenco, harnessing the impressive choreography of Maise Márquez and breath-taking expressive movement.
Maise started to dance from the age of four, and by the age of seventeen she already had a diploma from the Conservatory of Mursia and an invitation to join the flamenco ballet theatre. Yet she was not content with such achievements. The clear talent of a choreographer and her virtuosi dance technique, revealed in original performances, earned Márquez world renown.
At the Christopher Summer Festival, she will be sharing the stage with musicians whose list of merits goes on and on. However, as soon as they touch their instruments, it’s plain to see that flamenco simply runs through their veins…
Get ready for an impressive corrida of emotions!
Program features flamenco compositions
Concert duration 80 min.
Children under seven years of age who do not require a separate seat are admitted free of charge.
Doors open at 4 pm. A separate entry fee to the botanical gardens does not apply.
Tickets can be purchased at all bilietai.lt counters, at the day of the concert from 4 pm at VU Botanical Gardens or online www.bilietai.lt
IMPORTANT! The concert will go ahead outside under any weather conditions. In case of rain, please have an umbrella or waterproof clothing.
Tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable. Tickets can only be refunded if the concert is cancelled.
Dear Parents, You are welcome to attend the Christopher’s Picnics concerts in VU Botanical Gardens with your children. We kindly remind you that you are responsible for your children’s behaviour during the events. In addition, we have ensured that besides the excellent music on offer, there’ll also be entertainment for the little ones as well. There’ll be wind catchers, giant bubbles (weather permitting) and outdoor games. In the ponds meanwhile you’ll always be able to have fun feeding the ducks (which, by the way, aren’t ours)…