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Largely considered one of the most important figures in contemporary flamenco, Gades founded his company in 1961 and went on to perform in some of the world's most prestigious venues.
And who knows what carburetor was originally on this Gade engine when it left the factory."
"Bodas de Sangre" was first staged for ballet by Gades in 1974, marking a significant step for Spanish dance.
A fusion of ballet and flamenco, the work was originally created by Spain's greatest dancer and choreographer, Antonio Gades in collaboration with the brilliant filmmaker, Carlos Saura.
She was 17 years old when she joined Antonio Gades Spanish dance company, and by 1988 she was dancing the lead role of Carmen.
The smitten choreographer is Antonio Gades, the celebrated Spanish dancer who stars in director Carlos Saura's groundbreaking flamenco trilogy: Blood Wedding (1981), Carmen (1983), and El Amor Brujo (1986).
Among the Gades in attendance, John Rigter's beautifully restored 2 1/2 hp model was a real standout.