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Sunday 18th of November 2018

Everything tagged with Dance

Fringe Festival

As part of the Veranos de la Villa celebrations, the Centro Cultural Conde Duque is holding Madrid’s first Fringe Festival, giving space to emerging artists in the fields of dance, theatre, circus,

The Moscow City Ballet

The prestigious Moscow City Ballet will be in town for the whole of July, performing three much-loved classical ballets.


Luciano Ruiz’s independent dance company, El Ballet Flamenco de Madrid, is spending its seventh consecutive summer in the city, with its third performance of Carmen, Georges Bizet’s enchanting opera a

Caprichos para violín y cuerpo

Violinist Ara Malikian brings his latest show, based on the 24 caprices of Italian composer Niccolo Paganini, to the stage of the Bellas Artes.

Durga—Classic Hindu Indian Dance

To honour the Hindu harvest festival of Durga Puja, La Compañia de Danza Clásica de la India Sohinimoksha will perform at the Museo de Antropología on Sat, 20 October at 8.30pm.

Madrid en Danza

The Comunidad de Madrid presents the 27th edition of the annual international dance festival, Madrid en Danza this month.

Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour

Cirque du Soleil pays homage to the King of Pop in its spectacular Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour.

El lago de los cisnes

The Imperial Russian Ballet continues in Madrid this month with its production of El lago de los cisnes (Swan Lake).

El Conservatorio Professional de Danza Fortea

El Conservatorio Professional de Danza Fortea is gearing up to dazzle Madrid with its grand choreography.

Fringe13 Madrid

Madrid welcomes with open arms once again the event that left the residents in awe last summer.

Original Flamenco Festival 2013

Now in its second year, the Original Flamenco Festival (OFF2013) will take place from 1-26 August, under the slogan “Flamenco with Soul”.

Mayumana – Racconto

Mayumana, in the words of founders Eylon Nuphar and Boaz Berman, is 'art with  no boundaries'. The group, conceived in 1996, takes its name from the Hebrew word for skill.