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The vivancos: sould and heart on the stage

Gabriela Téllez | Jan 28, 2014

The Vivancos during the press conference in Managua. Photo: Gabriela Téllez.

The spanish artist are going to have a show in Managua and Granada during their Aeternum Tour.

A great show and a real talent is what the Vivancos brothers bring from Spain, in the two shows scheduled in Nicaragua in their “Aeternum” tour, it includes flamenco, ballet, contemporary dance, acrobatics, martial arts and an incredible set design. This is the second time they come since 2012.

During their stay in these eight days in Nicaragua, the young men are going to have a show in the Rubén Darío National Theater, this Thursday January 30th in the Main Hall at 7:30 pm, this would be the first cultural activity in the most important hall of the theater at the moment, who are celebrating their 45th anniversary and according the director, Ramón Rodríguez who said that “this year they will bring the best shows to the audience”.

The prices of the seats in the national theather: US$55 platinium and first balcony, US$45 second balcony and US$35 third balcony.

For the second show, it will take place in Granada, this Saturday February 1st at 7:00 pm in the Jockey Club and the prices are US$35 and US$25 depending on your seat, this will be celebrating their VII Equine Fair, directed by the Nicaraguan Association of Breeders of Purebred Spanish Horses (ANCPRE in Spanish).

Judah, Josua, Cristo, Israel, Josué and Aarón promise that even though their brother Elías is missing the show will have the same quality they presented the last year in the national theater, and they guarantee that their choreographies can be suited to any stage even in outdoors like it will be in Granada. “Everything will be very Vivanco, very us”, said Israel about the expectations of their show.

The Vivancos are 7 of the 39 brother who put together their passion for dancing since 2006. These dancers took the Record Guinness of tap dancing with 1,300 man hits per minute, they also have been invited to special shows by Antonio Banderas and the Princess Estefanía de Mónaco.