On Tour





2020
Hernandez Tamayo Spanish Dance Theatre

New Zealand

QTheatre Summer Arts program - PREMIERE of EMERALD
Feb 14th - 15th 6.30pm Show ( 45 mins No interval) 


TAPAC - The Auckland Performing Arts Centre
Feb 24TH, 25TH & 26TH 9PM SHOW
AUCKLAND FRINGE FESTIVAL 2020


NSW
Byron Bay Theatre
March 27th & 28th
6.30pm (45mins No Interval)




Past Performances

SYDNEY
The Eternity Playhouse, Darlinghurst Theatre Company

TASMANIA

MOVES Contemporary Dance Festival
Moonah Arts Centre, Moonah



Media Reviews

" It is impossible to ignore how well these dancers perform, with the simplest shoulder shift and the most complex footwork..intensity, passion and intricacy are woven exquisitely....theirs is a performance relationship of will" Lesley Graham . (Australian Dance Council and Arts review for The Mercury) Tas review 2018




Media reviews with The Advertiser (national newspaper) awarding the show 4.5 stars, and Rip It Up (street press) 

“All traditions flamenco are staunchly merged with Celtic displays in this moving, authentic revelation of Hispanic pride.
It’s a musical tale of one woman’s journey from Spain’s south to north and is presented by some of the most talented, quickest
 and most energetic Irish dancers you’ll ever see and likely the most professional modern flamenco dancers to grace us.
 Performers’ footwork, costumes and music were superseded only by their energy, grace and passion.
 Final Word: Spectacular”
- Jenny Smith, Rip It Up
RIt Up website - http://www.ripitup.com.au/article/5255

“This flamenco show, featuring Australian and Spanish performers, effortlessly combines song, music and dance to produce a multi-dimensional experience. Cabaret ****1/2”
- Lauren Novak,  The Advertiser
Adelaide Now - http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/entertainment/festivals/the-sounds-of-spain/story-fnb4rkcm-1226283737535

“The audience interaction with artists was great, they loved it. Their cheering ‘ole, guapa’ was a constant in every song, totally irresistible not to tap with your feet. Don’t miss out this fascinating Flamenco experience…” 
- Anderina Adames, Radio Adelaide
Radio Adelaide - http://festivalradio.wordpress.com/2012/02/27/sounds-of-spain-audio-review/



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