History through the eyes of a gypsy queen. Maria Pahes, the famous flamenco dancer, brought to Chekhov Festival premiere of her – “I, Carmen.” On the stage of Theatre of the Moscow City Council – Spanish folk tunes and classical poetry.
The history through the eyes of a gypsy queen. Maria Pahes, the famous flamenco dancer, brought to Chekhov Festival premiere of her – “I, Carmen.” On the stage of Theatre of the Moscow City Council – Spanish folk tunes and classical poetry.
At the theater Mossovet – sold out. Chekhov Festival is in full swing. Today, the stage is the favorite of the public, Maria Pahes, which has long been called the “Queen of Flamenco”.
The whole world of emotions – in only one stroke of her hand, knocking her heels in, in a passionate look. Maria Pahes been dancing for 40 years, but over time, if it has no power.
You think you know who this Carmen – Maria Pahes prove you otherwise. And who, if not to tell her the story of the most famous gypsy in the world. After all, she was born in Pahes old Roma quarter in the suburbs of Seville.
“At first in my life, I imagined myself dancing Carmen. And how could it be otherwise? Starting with Merimee, the story of Carmen told us men . So, my play – it’s not a retelling of the story, and attempt to give women the right to vote, to show that she felt, “- says the dancer.
Graceful dropping habitual red dress, she bares the soul, seeking to overcome men invented the myth of the bold and the fatal temptress. After all, the real Carmen – quite different: a free, sensual, natural. It takes itself for what it is, and who said that a woman in an apron can not be the heroine of a romance novel?
“Wherever I traveled, I spoke with women, asking them questions, so my Carmen many faces. She is ninety years old actress and a Japanese woman who survived World War II and the Australian Aboriginal. It does not matter what culture we belong to, we are all women. feel the same thing: we have the same strength and weakness, pain and joy, dreams and contradictions “- sure Maria.
Flamenco Maria Pahes since described as poetry in its purest form. Spanish guitar melodies, heart-rending songs echo the lines of the great poets of the world, among them – and Marina Tsvetaeva.
“Maria Pahes arrives for the fourth time. It has its own audience, which is waiting for her, because she is very sincere very honest, open, violent, temperamental, professional, indifferent, this Spaniard, “- said the director of the Chekhov festival Valeriy Shadrin.
While thanking Moscow audience, her Carmen even speak Russian. Although the Maria Pahes sure: women understand each other in any language.
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