Omayra Amaya




D.C. Premiere! November 16, 17, & 18!


La Sobremesa

GALA Theatre

3333 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20010

Phone:(202) 234-7174
Tickets online: GALA Ticket Box


November 16 - 18, 2018
Friday and Saturday at 8 pm
Sunday at 2 pm

Music by: Roberto Castellon

With support from the Embassy of Spain in Washington, DC, SPAIN arts & culture, and Fundación Conservatorio Flamenco Casa Patas.



Theater 80
80 St Marks Place,
New York, NY 10003

Omayra Amaya performs with Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theater
April 15 to 17, 2016

April 15 & 16 at 8:00 pm
April 17 at 2:00 pm

Joined by an ensemble of guest singers and musicians, Zorongo Flamenco will premiere Susana di Palma's new work LORCA'S WOMEN

A suite of dances will evoke the sensory symbols found in the poetry and tragedies of Spain's most beloved poet Federico García Lorca. Through sensual movement and the percussive power of flamenco dance, song and guitar, this new work will bring Lorca's women across space and time.

The Cowles Center for Dance and The Performing Arts
528 Hennepin Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55403


Chicago Flamenco Festival 2016 Presents

March 4 & 5, 2016

Featuring music by Roberto Castellon and flamenco singer Jesus Montoya.

Instituto Cervantes Chicago
31 W. Ohio, Chicago, IL 60654
Tel.: 1 312 335 1996
Fax.: 1 312 587 1992

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3 Weekends, April 24 to May 10, 2015

Opening night - Friday, April 24th 8:00 p

Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 p
Sundays at 4:00 p

We are excited to bring you a new Flamenco production AMALGAMA, choreographed and directed by Omayra Amaya. Amalgama refers to a mixture of cultures. This exciting show of traditional and contemporary flamenco music and dance celebrates the diversity of cultures and how they come together in FLAMENCO.

Featuring guest singer Curro Cueto from Sevilla, Spain and music by guitarist/composer Roberto Castellon, with exceptional musicians and a full cast of dancers.

Amalgama production is supported by Danza España

Thalia Spanish Theatre
41-17 Greenpoint Ave, Long Island City, New York 11104

Thalia Spanish Theatre Box Office
(718)729-3880 or online


Gypsy Heart 与灵魂共舞
December 9-10, 2014
Show time 19:30

GuoTai Arts Theatre
1 Linjiang Lu, Jie Fang Bei, Guo Tai Arts Center
Yu Central District, Chongqing, China

Tel: (023) 6712 1532 / (023) 8873 7170 or online.


June 5–7 and June 12–14, 2014
Miami, Florida
An exciting new flamenco cabaret show that will take the audience on a journey of passionate emotions not soon forgotten, with inspiring music, enticing rhythms and exciting choreography that will intensify and climax.


The Albany Symphony’s American Music Festival 2014
Friday, May 16, 2014, 7:30 pm
The Dogs of Desire

Shanghai Flamenco
December 13 & 14, 2013
Jing'an, Shanghai, China

Omayra Amaya in Slow Dancing at La Biennale di Venezia, Italy 6. Festival Internazionale di Danza Contemporanea

Motion Portraits of Dancers—A Multi-Channel Video Installation
Conceived and directed by David Michalek

Lincoln Center Festival presented Slow Dancing, an outdoor installation of larger-than-life, hyper-slow-motion video portraits of extraordinary dancers and choreographers from around the world, conceived and directed by artist David Michalek. The installation was seen on three five-story screens hung on the front facade of the New York State Theater on Lincoln Center's Josie Robertson Plaza. With Slow Dancing, Mr. Michalek attempts to simultaneously capture the beauty of the body in motion, while laying bare its most intricate workings. Slow Dancing will run from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., from July 10 through July 29.

Each subject's movement (approximately 5 seconds long) was shot on a specially constructed set using a high-speed, high-definition camera recording at 1,000 frames per second. The result is approximately 10-minutes of extreme slow motion a motion portrait in which each dancer’s unique artistic expression and technique are revealed as never before.

For the Plaza installation, a cycle begins as a full-length figure of a dancer appears on each of the three screens. Over the next 10 minutes, what at first appears to be a series of still photographs unfolds gesture by barely-perceptible gesture, into an elaborate choreography. Viewers can choose to focus on one dancer's complete performance or observe the interplay among the three screens. The extreme slow motion also allows the viewer to share privileged information about the complexity of the simplest gestures; catching details that would normally escape the naked eye.

The subjects chosen for Slow Dancing are some of today's foremost modern and classical dancers and choreographers, as well as recognized master interpreters of a range of traditional and contemporary dance forms. Omayra Amaya is one of the featured dance artists filmed for Slow Dancing. The dancers represent a diversity of body types, sizes, training, styles, traditions, ages and ethnicities. They hail from the worlds of ballet (Herman Cornejo, William Forsythe, Isabelle Guerin, Allegra Kent, Alexei Ratmansky, Wendy Whelan); modern dance (Karole Armitage, Trisha Brown, Holley Farmer, Bill T. Jones, Desmond Richardson, Shen Wei); tap (Roxanne Butterfly), and from many countries, including the United States, Russia, Guinea, Bali, China, Turkey, Brazil, India, Taiwan and New Zealand. And they represent dance traditions and contemporary styles as diverse as Javanese court dance (Miroto Martinius), Krumping (Lila C), "Voguing" (Benny Ninja), Afro-Brazilian Capoeira (Maestre Joao Grande), Hip-Hop (Kwikstep and Rokafella), Shantala Shivalingappa (Indian Kuchipuri), Beijing Opera (Wu Hsing-Kuo) and Flamenco (Omayra Amaya).

photos by Zizi Zabaneh
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