Olodum and capoeira feature in the production of VOZES DA AMAZÔNIA


Sisters Grimm presents a story about a spirit that originates from the Amazon River that goes in search of a cure for its sister, who is on the brink of death. Although mesmerized by the surrounding natural beauty, her eyes soon register the extent of the devastating deforestation.

Narrated by Jeremy Irons, the performance boasts the participation of 15 dancers, singers and musicians. The choreography is a mix of ballet, contemporary dance and Brazilian capoeira, whilst the music was composed in collaboration with Olodum percussionists.

It is a magical show that blends music and dance to represent the true spirit of Brazil.

When: 4-8 July

Where: Sadler’s Wells – Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R


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