This Monday, the president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, received the Spanish dancer and choreographer, David Morales Ramírez.
The Andalusian artist, born on January 9, 1971 in La Línea de Concepción, Spain, has always mentioned that through his dance he transmits his feeling and his passion, reports the Presidential Press.
The also nicknamed, since childhood, as "The boy with the golden feet", will be presented in the next few days, with the flamenco dance and musical fusion work, Undefeated, a staging where the Liberator Simón Bolívar dreams the night before the Carabobo's Battle.
With original music by Salvador Andrés Santiago, Venezuelan and Spanish dancers and musicians participate in the staging, the duration of the show is approximately one hour.
Morales, whose training leads him to defend freedom and respect for the sovereignty of nations through his art, defends, in his work "Amor en Libertad", his interpretation of Simón Bolívar, as a great man who liberated Latin America and This has caused him to be criticized by a certain part of his followers.
He started in dance when he was only six years old and since then he has grown artistically to develop his choreographic facet at the highest level, in a very pure and free style, but bringing to flamenco all the potential of Latin American music.