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We are excited to announce that we will be hosting Isaac Tovar's workshops and shows held in San Antonio in early February. More info on workshops and show tickets produced by La Unión coming in January so, stay tuned! In the meantime, get to know Isaac Tovar:

Isaac Tovar is a former soloist of the Ballet Nacional de España, Ballet Flamenco de

Andalucía, Compañía Andaluza de Danza, Compañía Antonio "El Pipa", and Compañía Aída

Gómez, among many other premier national and international companies including

Flamenco en route (Switzerland) and Flamenco Vivo (NYC).

Isaac was most recently soloist of the Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía. He has since

choreographed and performed at Lincoln Center in a production of Bizet’s Carmen. He was

then featured alongside Esperanza Fernandez and conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto in

performances of Falla’s Amor Brujo and El Sombrero de Tres Picos at the New World

Symphony Orchestra in Miami. Isaac headlined the Festival Flamenco at the Aga Khan

Museum in Toronto in Fall 2022. His first solo production “Añejo” debuted in Seville in 2018

and his second production “Generaciones” premiered at the prestigious Royal Theater in

Madrid in 2019.

Tovar is the recipient of numerous 1st prizes in dance: at the renowned Concurso IV

Internacional de Danza in Almería, the Concurso Nacional de la Perla de Cádiz and the

XXVII Concurso Nacional de Ubrique. He won the 2nd prize for Solo Choreography in the

XXV Certamen de Danza Española y Flamenco in Madrid. He performed as a semifinalist in

the LIX Festival Internacional del Cante de las Minas.

Over the years he has worked alongside flamenco legends such as José Antonio, Belén Maya,

Antonio Canáles, Juana Amaya, Antonio el Pipa and Rafaela Carrasco among many other

names. He received his higher education degree in Choreography and Interpretation from

the Conservatorio Superior de Danza “Maria de Ávila” in Madrid and has decades of

experience teaching both flamenco and spanish dance throughout Europe, Canada and the

United States.

Throughout his career he has danced in important theaters around the world, including:

Place des Arts in Montreal, Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid, Teatro de la Maestranza in

Sevilla, Teatro Villamarta in Jerez, Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg, Palace of Music in

Moscow, Chaillot Theater in Paris, Sadler’s Wells of London, Bunkamura Theater in

Tokyo, International.

He will be joining us in San Antonio from February 3-5, 2023!

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