‘Yarin’ is root. ‘Yarin’ is encounter. ‘Yarin’ is dialogue.


We find two men who look from their roots, who explore them as a way to relate to their surroundings. They arrive with their own origin and essence, they present an encounter to us; they dialogue… The dialogue is not always easy, it’s built by listening, respect… Sometimes it brings us together, sometimes it distances us, sometimes it makes us tense… and also embraces us.


‘Yarin’ presents us with an intercultural encounter, where the dantzari (traditional Basque dancer) Jon Maya and flamenco dancer Andrés Marín, accompanied with live music by Julen Achiary, meet each other on the basis of an honest dialogue, showing their differences and their desire to share through them a common path towards tomorrow.

Artistic Staff

Dancers: Andrés Marín and Jon Maya

Live music: Julen Achiary

Choreography: Andrés Marín, Jon Maya and Sharon Fridman

Dramaturgy: Sharon Fridman

Assistance with choreography: Melania Olcina

Lighting and stage area: David Bernués

Sound space design: Xabier Erkizia

Creative production: Doltza Oar-Arteta

Costume Design: Ikerne Giménez

Technical team: Acrónica Producciones

Management and administration: Elena García

Production: Kukai Dantza

Collaborating entities and co-producers: Seville Flamenco Biennial, Bilbao Sala BBK, Errenteria Town Council, Festival Escenas de Patrimonio, Itálica Festival, Malandain Ballet Biarritz, San Sebastian Victoria Eugenia Theatre, Etxepare Euskal Institutua, Mikel Laboa Katedra.

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