Eduardo Guerrero wants to “win without fighting”, in “Guerrero”

Madrid, Mar 9. (EFE) .- Under the premise “the best victory is to win without fighting”, the bailaor Eduardo Guerrero premieres a new show in which he pays tribute to women.

Guerrero (Cádiz, 1983) will premiere, next Friday, at the Bankia Príncipe Pío Grand Theater in Madrid, his new show, with which he intends to pay tribute to the women present in his life, in which he focuses on the relationship with his mother, his teachers or his friends.

A show in which he will be accompanied by the cante of Anabel Rivera, Pilar Sierra and Samara Montañéz, who will be accompanied by Javier Ibáñez and Juan José Alba on guitars, a story in which he presents his own “conception of the world of entertainment, a through flamenco dancing “, he explains in a note.

“Guerrero” has a current aesthetic, a refined technique and a deep knowledge of the essence of flamenco.

After being part of several companies, in 2011 he won the first Prize in the Professional Conservatories Choreography Contest with his own choreography “Mayo”, from then on he began his solo career.


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