4 January



Impulso is a meeting between flamenco dancer Rocío Molina and the artist collective CaboSanRoque; it consists of a dialogue between Rocío’s choreographic language and the sound spaces created by these Catalan musicians cum architects cum engineers.

This experiment stems from a common desire to bring together mechanics and human movement. The performance goes beyond fleeting improvisation to become the first stage in a process of creation that will shape a future show.

Rocío Molina is an unconventional choreographer and flamenco dancer who has developed her own style. This is based on reinvented tradition that respects the essence of flamenco while embracing the avant-garde. Molina is one of Spain’s foremost international artists. She won the Spanish National Dance Prize in 2010 and the Max Award for the best choreography with Bosque Ardora in 2015. She has also been working as an associated artist at the National Theatre of Chaillot in Paris since 2014.

CaboSanRoque was formed in 2001 as a large musical collective and takes its name from an ocean liner. Its current members are industrial engineer Laia Torrents and architect Roger Aixut. They are at once visual artists and actors, and also perform as a rock band. Thanks to its gadgets CaboSanRoque confounds any attempt at classification: matter and waves, musical machines and devices that make noises, objects in series that become unique in their collages of mechanics and sound. Over the years the company has built up a large collection of assorted musical machines that travel from one stage to another and has worked with leading names on the pop and experimental music scenes and from the worlds of the visual and performing arts.

Informació pràctica

Temporada: 2015-2016

4 January

6pm & 8.30pm

Sala MAC

12 €

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