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Prelude to Micaela

In 2008 the dance company Rosario Castro presented ‘Carmen’ in The Theatre of Madrid (Spain). Apart from  the music of Bizet, several scenes were assigned musically to Fernando Lázaro. One of these scene was Michaela, for which Fernando composed the prelude with the same name. Great dancers such as Emmanuelle Broncín (soloist in the opera of Lyon), Farukh Ruzimatov (an internationally renowned figure, lead dancer of Mariinsky Theatre) and the distinguished Adrián Herrero, staged it in a marvellous and profound  manner with the choreography of Ángel Rodriguez. Here is the fruit...

 

Das Brennende Dorf

The burning village is the title of the composer Fernando Lázaro’s second Ballet by. Here, Fernando works with the famous Spanish choreographer  Ángel Rodriguez and the National Company of Tyrol.  Its  world premiere took place in the Innsbruck State Theatre (Austria) on the 14th April 2012. Let’s listen to one the most exciting musical passages of the Ballet.

 

Das Brennende Dorf - Interlude

 

Allegro en Re for piano and chelo (2015)

 

TVE interview

 

Cajon y Zapateo

In 2003 Fernando Lázaro composes "Cajón y Zapateo", a piano piece which the author himself calls ‘a kind of flamenco attempt’ . Five years later Company Suite Española chose this piece to include in the first scenes of their Ballet ‘Carmen’ which is presented in Madrid. The choreography of Ricardo Castro, lead dancer of the Company, switches from classical style to Spanish, both elegantly staged whilst remaining full of power.

 

The last rehearsals of "Brishen"

The choreography of Renato Zanella and the music of Fernando Lázaro joining work forces of exceptional and distinguished dancers such as Rosario Castro, Emanuelle  Broncin, Richard Castro and Denis Bruno made the creation of ‘Brishen’ possible, a sort of experimental Ballet which managed to mix flamenco with contemporary dance. The popular Spanish newspaper ‘El Pais’  took notice of this work by publishing some excellent reviews about the artistic results of Brishen. This mini report looks at the last rehearsals just days before its premiere in Madrid, in October 2010. We appreciate the pictures  given by the Centre of Documentation of Music and Dance of Madrid.

 

Remenber when I loved you my civil servant? Part I

Short film by José Talavera, Starred by Teté Delgado, Goya Gimenez and Eva González, Music: Fernando Lázaro (2008)

 

Remenber when I loved you my civil servant? Part II

Short film by José Talavera, Starred by Teté Delgado, Goya Gimenez and Eva González, Music: Fernando Lázaro (2008)

 


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