From 19 to 21 June, the dancer, choreographer and visual artist arrives for the first time in the capital La Ribot, Leone d’Oro at the Biennale Danza 2020. La Ribot presents “Distinguished Anyways 2021”, a new site specific creation that is part of the famous Piezas distinguidas, a cycle of scenic actions that began in 1993 and is still in continuous evolution today.
A body that plays with the sunset light on the Janiculum to take us straight to one of the “magical” moments of the year, the summer solstice. A performance that dialogues with architecture, history and even astronomy in one of the most beautiful places in Rome, the Royal Academy of Spain, in the former monastery of San Pietro in Montorio.
The performance, with free admission upon reservation subject to availability, will take place at sunset and will be performed in full compliance with the anti-covid legislation in force. The exact times will be communicated on June 18: consult the website of the Real Academia de España to stay updated.
PHOTO: The Ribot © BAK Gregory Batardon