Treno was born of a poetic image: the first rhythm comes from a first cry, from a first lament, from the first elegy. Treno is a meeting where what is invisible is celebrated, where we sing to the darkness. A modern recreation of an imaginary folklore: a pagan homage to the constantly savage order of things.
In Treno the body and the music are the respiration evoking the world’s rhythm in a ceremony that consecrates its own core, its own bonds.
Choreography and interpretation
Laura Fernández Alcalde
Photography and video
María Peinado Florido
Distribution and production
Director and Dramaturgy
Luz Arcas and Abraham Gragera