Price 12 €
20:30h (dg 23 i 30 de desembre, 12 h i 18h i dg 6 de gener, a les 18h)
A concert with dancers: this defines the work of the charismatic Catalan hip hop company Brodas Bros in its new show, Concierto Concepto, where dance and music capture the company’s energy, technique and positivism. Everything recalls a concert: from the aesthetics and the choreographic composition to the staging, hence the title of the show. The concept is what makes it different.
Two brothers, two sisters and two b-boys who perform impossible acrobatics count on the help of two versatile musicians (a flutist-cum-saxophonist specialised in beatbox and a percussionist) and three virtual musicians (an MC, a bassist and a DJ) to bring together virtual and live music. A wide range of music, including 70s funk, hip hop, electronica, dubstep and soul, forms the basis of the show.
The Brodas Bros company was founded in 2006 when the brothers Pol and Lluc Fruitós, after numerous performances and workshops, decided to give a name to all the work they were producing. The sisters Clara and Berta Pons soon joined this Catalan dance and urban culture company to take the female hip-hop role. Despite being such a young company, they have already performed five shows all over the world. The last one, bearing the name of the company itself, Brodas Bros, was seen by over 25,000 spectators inBarcelona.
Original idea and choreography Brodas
Artistic direction Lluc Fruitós
Dancers BBoy Carlos Carmona, BBoy Kadoer, Lluc Fruitós, Pol Fruitós, Berta Pons, Clara Pons
Musical creation and live music Flowtizta, Jean-Phi
Director’s assistant Pol Fruitós
Choreography assistants Berta Pons, Clara Pons
Lighting and set design Ximo Díaz
Music production Kapi, Flowtitza, Jean-Phi, Fundación Toni Manero, Joan Armand Forero
Photography Josep Malo
Lighting technician Jordi Pérez
Sound technician Rubén Tardío
Graphic design Quim Marín
Management and executive production Fani Benages Arts Escèniques
Production Brodas, Varium
With the support of CONCA, INAEM Ministry of Culture
With the collaboration of GRANER Creation Factory, XXCCP/ Casal de Mira-sol