In date 8 March 2021 from 4 to 5.30 pm the Unified Guarantee Committee in collaboration with the Compañía Ballet y Flamenco Mara Terzi will celebrate the International Women’s Day by proposing the Flamenco ballet, “Las sin sombrero”, to commemorate all socials, economics and politics conquests of women.
The exhibition intends retrace by the ballet, the history of an intellectual and artist women’s group born between 1898 and 1914. These women, known with the name of “Women without hat” due to their habit to appear in public removing their hat as symbol of rebellion towards the men’s supremacy, scandalous act to that period, were forgotten by the famous spanish generation of 1927. This particular act allowed them to express their beliefs and worries in a world which always forced them to be submitted to the men.
“Las sin sombrero” is an exhibition where music and ballet interweaving in a continuum changing of colours, sensations and emotions guide the spectator towards the imaginary fascinating and magical world of Flamenco dominated by dances more representative: Sevillanas, Guajira, Alegrias, Serrana, Farruca, Tango e Rumbas.
Coreographies of Compañía Ballet y Flamenco Mara Terzi
Presentation of Unified Guarantee Commitee , the Counselling desk for work-related distress and of the Confidential Counsellor
Fiammetta Costa, Alice Fattori, Annalisa Rosiello
Compañía Ballet y Flamenco Mara Terzi
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