Contemporary dance isn’t something I know a great deal about. But as the Lanzarote Contemporary Dance Festival is underway at the spectacular Jameos del Agua Auditorium, it’s a great opportunity to learn more.

The festival kicked-off with Silencio last Saturday 3rd, a performance directed and choreographed by Daniel Abreu, a dancer originally from Tenerife. This theme was chosen to represent voids in our lives, and that something will always fill those spaces, whether with our thoughts, emotions or imagination.

Arriving at Jameos a little early is a must, to enjoy a drink overlooking the mesmerising beauty of its interior lake, or under the clear starry night sky around Cesar Manrique’s turquoise open air pool.

Read the full article on the CACT LAnzarote website.

Leave a Reply