“Picó’s work exudes the strength, color and magic of Valencian traditions.
In this unique adventure, the Valencian dancer and choreographer has had exceptional travel companions. First, the vibrant and descriptive music of the composer, Jesús Salvador Chapi, who performs live and under his baton the Chapicó Band, made up of 28 musicians, who are an active part of the show. They dance and move with great ease. The fragment in which the band plays a pasodoble with all its members lying on the ground is unforgettable. And the second success is the 8 magnificent dancers, with a great technical quality to which is added a strong scenic personality. · Carmen del Val, El País
“Dancers and musicians, an inseparable part of the show, generate a continuous effect of celebration, in the etymological sense of the word: crowded, frequented, massive -with entrances and exits on stage-, to meet often and give a sense of community to the party; while it is (re)linked, that is: invisible thread connections are created between all of them and the spectators. It does not matter if you know those traditions firsthand or not, that the ability to become an act of spiritual and earthly connection at the same time, transports anyone to their own references, as a shared experience of the human being.” eltemps.cat