Now considered a genius of his generation in the world of flamenco, Israel Galván spent his childhood
staying up late to partake in the “fin de fiesta,” the time after a show when the performers would throw
off the restrictions of their roles and improvise together.
Bringing together a company of dancers and musicians that cross over their genre divides to show off
Galván’s take on this most flamenco of celebrations: Bobote, Eloísa Cantón, Emilio Caracafé, Ramón
Martínez, Niño de Elche, Alejandro Rojas-Marcos, Alia Sellami and Uchi. This eclectic band are joined
onstage by the Greek choir, Byzantine Ensemble Polytropon.