Café Luso – Fado & Food Group
24 August 2017
FADO DANCE WITH FLAMENCO?
In fact, dance, and well.
There are affinities between Fado and Flamenco and even festivals that bring together these two musical genres, and Flamenco is also expressed by the beauty of dance and costumes. There are traces common in these identities, the tragic sense is one of them.
For example, the festival BADASOM, which has already passed names of the current Fado (Ana Moura, Dulce Pontes and Cuca Rosetta, for example). They cross their voices with those of Flamenco (Niña Pastori was one of them).
Like Fado, people from outside, from other cultures, fall in love and surrender to Flamenco. Ukrainian dancer Olga Sharapa (pictured) is a good example of this delivery.