"Alma de Mujeres"

Presented by Compañia Maria Serrano

Sunday, February 5, 2023, at 3PM 

In Person at Aki Studio

“Alma de Mujeres”, which translates to “Women’s Soul” in Spanish, this production explores themes of identity as a woman: loneliness, self-worth, and freedom. Flamenco is an artistic expression born from the mixture of many cultures and a universal language, the art of emotions. Maria Serrano wants to share those emotions through flamenco lyrics, dance, music and expressions.

60 minutes

General | $40 - Sold Out!
At the Door | $45
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Maria Serrano was born in Seville (Spain). From her earliest childhood, she was taught flamenco by Seville's best and most famous flamenco teachers. José Galván, Los Gitanillos de Bronce, Juan Manuel, and Farruco are just a few. Early on, her sensitivity and power were recognised. She soon travelled half the world with famous ensembles such as Meme Menjibar, Javier Barón, Carmen y Carmelilla Montoya, and Antonio "El Pipa".In 1993 André Heller chose her for his production "Magneten", and in that show, she enchanted the audience in Germany, Austria and Switzerland for six months. From 1995 until 1998, Maria Serrano toured with different companies all over Europe for the Bienal de Arte Flamenco.

"Compañia Maria Serrano" was founded by her in 2000. Since then, "Compañia Maria Serrano" has toured many countries in Europe and North America, also some countries in Asia.