Show in two acts, made up of two choreographic pieces, raised from different themes and perspectives, which show the aesthetics and the most characteristic features of the painter's universe.
The first part is a suite full of light, passion and strength, which goes through different styles of flamenco. Dances marked by 12 dancers, strongly rooted in the tradition and present of flamenco, with live music, performed by seven musicians, and with a genuine Parisian aesthetic from the early 1900s. The piece portrays life and the circle of friends , in which the 19-year-old Picasso, recently arrived in France, develops his talent, telling all of it, through his experiences and personal relationships with friends, and with his muses. The soundtrack of this first act, called "Suite Picasso" is provided by the guitarist and composer Manuel Urbina.
The second part of the show is called "ETERNO". It is a piece that renews and investigates original forms and concepts, aesthetic/choreographic, of a contemporary nature and places the viewer in the mind of the painter, creating the sensation of appreciating through the eyes of the artist, his particular vision of the world.
This second act features an original symphonic composition composed by composer Lucas Vidal.