Prestigious dancer Sara Baras brings her latest show, Sombras, to Auditorio de Tenerife on Sunday 13 and Monday, 14 May, at 7:00 pm and 8:30 pm respectively. It is a new staging and choreography by the Cadiz dancer in collaboration with violinist Ara Malikian, whose music will be played in some of the pieces.

In this new show, which includes some twenty artists on stage, we have the chance to see Sara Baras’s artistic evolution, as she combines modern present-day features, making use of first-rate technical resources, with the magic and feeling of the essence of flamenco. Sara Baras proposes a journey through time, colours, silence and bustle, crowds and solitude, light and shadows. Using the style known as Farruca as leading motif, she brings together rhythms, cadences and cultures from the world.

Tickets can be purchased at Auditorio de Tenerife Adán Martín box office from 10:00 am to 7:30 pm Monday to Saturday, on the internet here or by telephone on 902 317 327.

The concert is organised by Comtigo Producciones and Nuryana Art Lab and is sponsored by the Government of the Canary Islands and Vueling.

Sara Baras is one of the most prestigious and renowned performing artists internationally. A dancer, director and choreographer, she has been at the helm of her own company since 1997, Ballet Flamenco Sara Baras, and has put on 13 shows with over 4,000 performances worldwide. She has presented her shows at Teatro Real in Madrid, Royal Albert Hall in London, Sidney Opera House, Kennedy Center in Washington, Teatre Champs Elysees in Paris, Shanghai Grand Theatre, Teatro Orb in Tokyo, Splanade in Singapur, Dubai Opera, Kremlin Palace of Congresses and Teatro Bellas Artes in Mexico.

Her countless awards and distinctions include Médaille de Vermeil de la Villa de París, Premio Nacional de Danza 2003, 5 MAX awards for performing arts, the Gold Medal of the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Center for the performing arts, Andalusia Gold Medal or the Galilee award granted by the city of Florence. She also collaborates with the Vicente Ferrer Foundation, Aldeas Infantiles, the Down Syndrome Foundation, and Mi Princesa Rett Foundation.