It will be a “work in process”, of the new project “Dancing with Frogs” (provisional title), where she is spoken about masculinity and all that surrounds it.
Sol will make a small sample of how she works, what materials she is finding during the process, and after the small demonstration, there will be a talk with the audience, to bring it closer to the creative process of the new project in development, by opening a dialogue with the audience.
Related with these reasoning, appear a series of concepts, on which Sol Picó will work on it with a team chosen by a laboratory audition, that will have place from the 20 to the 23 of September: the patriarchy, the hiper-viril, the testosterone, the violence, the faggotry, the child adult, the fragility, the privilege and its weight, the tenderness, the simplicity, the archetypal image of the Knight , the man in the popular folklore , the powerful against the oppressed, the six pack ab’s, the good, the ugly and the bad.
Sol Picó will choreograph Henry V of Shakespeare, piece included in the International Festival of Musician and Dance of Grenada. The concert will be offered by the Symphonic Orchestra and the RTVE’s choir, the 19 of June in Charles’s V Palace, in commemoration of the centenarian IV of Cervantes‘s & Shakespeare’s death and will be recorded by TVE.
From the score that William Walton did for an English film filmed the 1944 by Lawrence Olivier based on Henry V of Shakespeare, Neville Marriner and Christopher Palmer prepared an arrangement that will be able to listen in Grenada in a Paco Azorin‘s scenic version, with the narration of the actor Tristán Ulloa, musical direction of the director Miguel Ángel Gómez–Martínez and choreography by Sol Picó. In the second part of the program, the orchestra and the director will interpret The Quixot of Richard Strauss, that will have the inducement of the performance as a soloist of the also granadinian Guillermo Pastrana, one of the great Spanish violin players of his generation.