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Compañia Ana Morales Without Permission, Songs for Silence

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A flamenco dancer in a dusty pink, floor-length ruffled dress bends backwards, head towards the floor, her eyes closed, one fist slightly raised. A bearded guitarist in a blue suit sits on a chair further back in warm evening light.

Emerging talent Ana Morales blends the traditional with the avant-garde in the innovative and emotive, Without Permission, Songs for Silence. In a blend of styles and dance forms, demonstrations of synchronicity and experimentation, of celebration and reflection, this contemporary flamenco artist represents the bright future of flamenco dance.

Without Permission, Songs for Silence, looks at memory, delving into the delicate recollections of the artist’s father, his connection to Andalusia and to flamenco, and her own journey to understanding art and its connection to life.

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Image description: A flamenco dancer in a dusty pink, floor-length ruffled dress bends backwards, head towards the floor, her eyes closed, one fist slightly raised. A bearded guitarist in a blue suit sits on a chair further back in warm evening light.

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