“Quadrilogue Affective”

Intertwining artistic, relational and personal facets of their respective engagement in flamenco art, Quadrilogue Affective is conceived as a four-part dialogue between two highly regarded couples at opposing stages of their professional careers. As intergenerational exchange of shifting views in movement, this paradigmatic work brings together a celebrated creative couple Rosario Ancer & Victor Kolstee and a high-profile duo Mariano Cruceta & Caroline Planté, presenting multiple intercrossing narratives questioning the established roles, attributes and vectors of the creation of the form, while setting the stage for an intimate, inspiring and accessible discourse about countless reversals of life: the past and future, masculinity and femininity, corporeality and musicality, togetherness and solitude in creating in being.