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Dressed to Dance

Dressed to dance is a dance performance and costume runway show, conceived and directed by Margaret Jova, and choreographed by Carlos Chamorro.
This performance and exhibition of Spanish dance costumes focuses on the relationship of flamenco with the avant garde, presenting approximately sixty costumes, including historic pieces designed by Picasso and Dali.

What visitors had to say

Richard Armstrong, director of the Guggenheim: “… an incredible combination of movement color and rhythm, so a sort of the perfect synesthesia event.”

Visitor: “…it was wonderful to see these wonderful dances and dancers. But these costumes! That is not something you see on the stage today. And to see Picasso and Dali and then to make it move in this amazing space was a brilliant idea.”

Visitor: “I have always wanted to see something like this.”

The making of…

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Is Dressed to Dance for you?

Dressed to Dance is a unique production. It’s vibrant, colorful, high-class. It combines music, dance, history and present. It’s elegant, passionate and unforgettable. If you’re looking for these characteristics for your event, don’t hesitate. The production is complete and we can help you with the rest of the organization, like invites and promotion. If needed, we also can consult you about finding funds. Please contact Rosita Blake for additional information.