On Saturday, December 5 at 8:00 pm, the Angela Peralta Theater will be the stage to witness a meeting of tradition, modernity and new technologies through dance and music in “Minimal”, a show starring Delfos Danza Contemporary and Safa Percussion Ensemble.
On this night, two of the most important artistic groups in Sinaloa will undertake the task of exploring the deep cultural traditions of the state through the creation of a contemporary version of the “Danza del Venado”, a ritual expression of the Mayan peoples. Yoreme, which gives rise to a reflection on nature, humanity and survival in the 21st century.
The opening of this program will be with the choreography “Punto y línea”, a work based on the work of the Russian painter Vasili Kandinski, a forerunner of abstract art.
Later, the public will immerse themselves in the reflections that choreographer Víctor Manuel Ruiz has captured in “Minimal”, a stage proposal that combines music, dance, multimedia and the special work of set designer Fernando Feres who proposes that, in the face of the chaos that humanity has created from its disconnection with nature, it is essential to return to it, remain silent and get in touch with yourself.
This activity that is part of the Profest program and the Festival Cultural Mazatlán 2020 of the Instituto de Cultura, Turismo y Arte de Mazatlán directed by José Ángel Tostado.
Tickets for “Minimal” are free (it is essential to show a copy of identification when requesting tickets), and can be obtained at the Angela Peralta Theater box office from Monday to Friday