I Afectos flamenco dancer Rocío Molina and singer Rosario "La Tremendita" come together to create great and powerful art from the pure and simple. Together with musician Pablo Martín on double bass, they offer a dynamic and emotional performance where voices, vibrations, dance and silence are united in an electric interplay.

It becomes a reflection on the struggle for survival, on the possibility of achieving simplicity, naturalness and self-confidence just by existing.

Flamenco dancer Rocío Molina has quickly established himself as one of the best flamenco dancers of his time and has taken audiences and critics by storm - both at home and around the world.

Multi-award winning singer Rosario "La Tremendita" is one of the cornerstones of modern flamenco music and has toured both Europe and the USA.

I Afectos the two artists meet and mix flamenco with contemporary dance. The soundscape includes everything from Spanish singing to a simple breath. The playful, the intimate and the powerful and dramatic are allowed to exist side by side.

About Rocío Molina

Rocío Molina has quickly established herself as one of the best flamenco dancers of her time. She has received numerous awards, including the Spanish National Prize for Dance (2010) for her work in revitalising flamenco and the Best Dancer Award at the Seville Biennial (2008). Since 2005, she has created one performance a year, winning over audiences and critics at home and around the world.

"[Rocío Molina] does a magnificent duet with La Tremendita. [...]

"[Rocío Molina] stands out in the choreographic landscape and a few are near her today." / diariodejerez.es

About Rosario "La Tremendita"

Multiple award-winning singer Rosario "La Tremendita" is one of the cornerstones of modern flamenco music. She has performed in both Europe and America and released the discs A tiempo and Fatum.

"Rocio Molina and Rosario Guerrero, aka "La Tremendita," in "Afectos" at the Baryshnikov Arts Center (March 20) were fiery! Molina's speedy feet, Guerrero's spellbinding voice and Pablo Martin's skillfulness on the standup bass was a great recipe." / New York Amsterdam News 10 April 2014

"Seventy minutes felt like barely enough time with these artists. "No quiero que tu te vayas," La Tremendita sings to her partner at one point. La Tremendita sings to her partner at one point. ("I don't want you to go.") I could completely relate." /New York Times 24 March 2014