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May 24, 2022

Fabulous flamenco by Los Vivancos, in Bucharest

Spanish music and dance enthusiasts will be provided an opportunity to watch live, in Bucharest, the most beloved company of flamenco dancers in the world, Los Vivancos. Considered one of the most spectacular artistic productions in the portfolio of the company, the performance “Best of Los Vivancos” will take place on December 24 at the Palace Hall, right before winter holidays.
“Flamenco, ballet, contemporary dance, folklore, martial arts, acrobacy, magic, circus, imposing set designs, as fascinating mise-en-scene, a wardrobe of exclusive design and a unique music repertoire are the ingredients of the exceptional show, granted standing ovations by millions of viewers all over the world, organizers announced.
The seven brothers endowed with overwhelming energy and amazing flexibility, reunited under the name Los Vivancos, will appear in the most complex artistic production, performed all over the world under the title “Best Of Los Vivancos”, an attractive show of great originality, with a concept defined by the fusion of the best parts of the artists’ latest productions: “7 Hermanos” and “Aeternum”.
The two performances by the group Los Vivancos were made in collaboration with Daniele Finzi Pasca, manager and director of the well-known “Corteo” at Cirque du Soleil, Julie Hamelin, co-founder of the famous company Cirque Eloize, and music director Fernando Velazquez. The group artistic creation combined with a rebel attitude, charisma and an impressive sense of rhythm establish the passionate connection with the viewing audience.
The shows by Los Vivancos have been watched by over two million viewers of over 50 countries. Among countless awards and distinctions of major importance, Los Vivancos were declared the “music and dance phenomenon of this decade” and were included in the Book of Records for “fastest legs”.
Although the seven brothers have completed their studies in various cities all over the world, they remained loyal to their extraordinary passion to flamenco genre. Later, they attended the classes of the prestigious Spanish Dance Conservatoire in Barcelona.

“Los Vivancos are speaking at least four languages each and are playing at least two instruments each. Therefore, they were able to write and compose their own original music scores. As individual artists, they have collaborated with Rafael Aguilar, the Royal Scottish Ballet and Joaquin Cortes”, according to the organizers.
Tickets were issued and may be purchased at affordable prices at the Palace Hall box office, in the network of Eurolines and Tui Travelcenter agencies, the network of Inmedio, Diverta stores, in the Mihai Eminescu Book Shop, or online on www.ticketnet.ro, www.myticket.ro, www.bilet.ro, www.bilete.ro and www.vreaubilet.ro.

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