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Silvia Soto

Through her life, Silvia has been involved in many different art forms and projects such as piano, ballet, jazz dance, teaching Spanish literature and drama, story writing , puppetry, in different areas of drama for children and adults (stage make up, sceneography assistant, acting, script adaptation, directing and producing ). Because of the intensity of these experiences she refers to them as “ many lifetimes within one”. At the same time recognizing that all these activities have something in common; they are languages, vehicles of communication that have allowed her not only to communicate with others, but also to dialogue with herself. However it is in Flamenco where she feels truly herself. With its lights and shadows, joys and sorrows, it is a spiritual experience that puts her directly in touch with her ancestors, her roots, in her own words “what in essence I have always been and always will be”.

Silvia has been taking intensive training in Spain, Argentina and Canada. Since 2007 she has studied and practiced for 3 months of each year with teachers in Spain and Argentina.

Among other artistic projects she is the co-producer of 4 original flamenco pieces: “Origen” in Argentina, “Flamenco y olé” and “Tríptico” and “Flamenco” in Canada.

Some of her flamenco teachers and perhaps the ones who have had the most powerful impact in her journey so far, and for different reasons, have been: Victor Varón, Paula Gonzalez, Yolanda Heredia in Argentina; Judith García, Jane Ogilvie, Oscar Nieto, Cristina Hall in Canada and Felicia German, Manuel Betanzos, Chiqui de Jerez, Manuela Carpio and Mercedes Ruiz in Spain.

In her opinion there is no question that Flamenco has a universal dimension that allows people from anywhere to enjoy it, to feel it and understand it beyond words, because of the magic that happens with heart to heart connections.

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