For this Sevillian-born artist, of Catalan origins and Madrilene adoption an iconoclast by essence that has made out of Flamenco her own poetic homeland- modernity is tradition in movement and the dynamics of our languages and ideas. Her creative and aesthetic contribution resides in her serenity, her ability to converse without inhibitions in other languages, opening the door to the broad acceptance of Flamenco’s mythical hospitality.
While using the fundamental codes of the Flamenco language and investigating within it, Pagés has proved to be a pioneer in the understanding of Flamenco as a contemporary, alive and generous art in constant evolution. Her choreographies have overcome cultural differences, convinced, as she is, that the dialogue between different artistic languages can only favor a better comprehension of the organic truths that are to be found in art and life.
Director and choreographer
El Arbi El Harti
Director and dramaturgist