Ricardo Cue, choreography on Joaquín Rodrigo (by Cristina Marinero)

Premiere of the ballet Sergio and Lola, with choreography by Ricardo Cue and performances by Lola Greco and Sergio Bernal.

Loca Greco and the dance revelation Sergio Bernal at Spain's Festival of Cap Roig premiered a choreography by Ricardo Cue on Joaquín Rodrigo's Concierto andaluz, marking the 110th anniversary of the composer's bith.
Ricardo Cue remarked that "Spanish dance must have its own pas de deux equivalent to those of classical ballet".
Lola Greco, daughter of Spanish dancer José Greco, recalled her father's close friendship with Joaquín Rodrigo. Cecilia Rodrigo, who attended a performance, said her father would have been delighted to attend the ballet, which he often did together with his wife Victoria Kamhi who would describe the entire choreography to him.

Tríptic de Mossèn Cinto met great success at the Summer Festival of Carintia, Austria

carintiaThe soprano María José Montiel, accompanied by the Young Symphonic Orchestra of Castelló performed Joaquín Rodrigo's Tríptic de Mossèn Cinto on July 18th in the beautiful setting of the summer Music Festival of Carintia, directed by Thomas Daniel Schlee, held in the Austrian city of Villach. Sergio Alapont conducted the concert with a decidedly Spanish program which included Iberia, by Claude Debussy, Spanish Rhapsody, by Maurice Ravel, and Danzas fantásticas, by Joaquín Turina.

Click here to hear a fragment of Tríptic de Mossèn Cinto (1934-1946), set to Jacinto Verdaguer's text.

In the photo, Cecilia Rodrigo with Sergio Alapont and María José Montiel.

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