Tag Archive: Sadler’s Wells Flamenco Festival

Interview with Belen, the behind-the-scenes glue of the Flamenco Festival

A brief interview with Belén Castres White, the behind-the-scenes glue for the International Flamenco Festival

On seating and reviewing spectacular flamenco

How the location of seating changes perceptions and therefore reviews

Sedulous on #wordywednesday #dance #photo

I decided to use the word sedulous after reading it in a Lord Peter Wimsey novel. A sedulous individual is one diligent in application or attention, one who is persevering or assiduous. Certainly… Continue reading

Duende on #wordymonday

Duende. An ambiguous concept that can only really be understood when you’ve felt it for yourself. It’s a way of describing that still, sharp state where anything’s possible; the ‘Zone’; the Zen Moment;… Continue reading

cheeky face dancing from aida gomez

Also from Sadler’s Wells Flamenco festival, this shot, of Compania Aida Gomez shows that good flamenco dancers really do dance with their faces.

flamenco prodigy – from youth to maturity

tassles detail as Yerbabuena dances

I like this shot of the famous flamenco dancer Eva Yerbabuena because of her expression and the silky movement of the tassels. I shot it at Sadler’s Wells Flamenco Festivsl last year