Anastassiia La Musa

flamenco dance poetry

“Breath is air and it takes to the sky.
Tears are water and they run to the sea.
Tell me, my darling: when love is forgotten,
do you know where it goes? ”

- Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer

Anastassiia La Musa

flamenco dancer

“Breath is air and it takes to the sky.
Tears are water and they run to the sea.
Tell me, my darling: when love is forgotten,
do you know where it goes? ”

- Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer

“Breath is air and it takes to the sky.
Tears are water and they run to the sea.
Tell me, my darling: when love is forgotten,
do you know where it goes? ”

- Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer

dance

Poetry in movement

Anastassiia La Musa is a Russian-born, Mexican flamenco dancer currently residing in Calgary, Canada. Trained in Madrid, Spain, her artistic practice is deeply rooted in tradition, yet also explores the boundaries and the intersection of flamenco with contemporary dance forms. Anastassiia’s creative process is based on free and structured improvisations, while building spatial and rhythmic patterns in response to the music or other visual or audio inputs. She is particularly interested in working with other live performers, musicians and dancers. Currently, she is inspired to explore and expand the creative vocabulary of a flamenco dancer through their interaction with dancers from other disciplines.

MOVEment

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Movement

Through the looking glass

events

Current & Upcoming

The Plaid Tongued Devils

Ironwood

12

January 2019

Flamenco classes

Winter session starts

15

January 2019

Flamenco Tablao

at Junction

26

January 2019

Flamenco classes

Spring session starts

16

April 2019

Tarantella

Junction

19

July 2019

Mediterraneo

Ironwood

25

July 2019

Where I am now

  • Calgary, Canada

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