|Idea, Direction and Choreography||María Pagés|
|Set and Costume Design||María Pagés|
|Music and Arrangements||Rubén Lebaniegos, Fred Martins, Isaac Muñoz y José “Fyty” Carrillo|
|Lyrics||Charles Baudelaire, Mario Benedetti, Miguel de Cervantes, Antonio Machado, Larbi El Harti, Pablo Neruda, Oscar Niemeyer, Marcelo Diniz|
|Choreographer of “Farruca” and Assistant choreographer||José Barrios|
Utopía, María Pagés’ latest creation, was premiered on October 8th 2011 in the Niemeyer Center in Avilés, Spain. Defining a new dimension in Flamenco, this choreography is an emotional reflection on the yearning, the imagination and the instinct that human beings possess, empowering themselves to dream of living in a better future.
This is a global project, in which seven Flamenco dancers dance with María Pagés, embodying the ethics and aesthetics of desire, nonconformity and utopia.
The result of nearly two years investigation, Utopía is a creative search marked by readings and visions, pictorial, musical, architectural and sculptural references. And also by the integrity, commitment and solidarity that has guided Brasilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, a humanist whom, at his 104 years has become an ethical inspiration.