Vanesa Aibar is a rising young star of contemporary flamenco. Following in the footsteps of great innovators like Andrés Marín and Belén Maya, she likes to use flamenco as a starting point for venturing into modern or (Spanish) classical dancing. In her latest work, Sierpe (Serpent), Aibar goes in search of a new flamenco dance language through different representations of the serpent female/goddess created since ancient times. The serpent, an ambivalent symbol of new life, sensuality and resurrection, but also of vengefulness and destruction, makes its appearance in a refreshing flamenco incarnation in this new work by Vanesa Aibar, which received its world première at the Flamenco Biënnale Netherlands and now travels to Bi Flamenco for its Slovenian premiere.
Guitar, compositions: José Torres Vicente
Flamenco singing: Tremendo Hijo
Vocals, sound effects: Rocío Guzmán
Production: Gestora de Nuevos Proyectos
Coproduction: María Molina