FLAMENCO TEACHER, DANCER, & CHOREOGRAPHER
"Enredo" at GALA Hispanic Theatre on November 17, 18, and 19.
"Enredo" is a reflection of the dual nature of the human experience, individual and social. Our individual lives are intertwined with the lives of others from the moment life itself begins. Relationships and even encounters can leave a significant mark on one's life, changing the course of events, bending one's journey, adding ingredients, and even altering one's relationship with the self. What in us is innate, what is inherited, what is acquired? What is responsible for maintaining the inner integrity of an individual? How our unique self affects another and how much is it shaped by the other? How connections hold us back or move us forward? Those are just a few questions that we tried to explore in this new work.
In "Enredo", we look at solitude and a relationship not as two opposites but as a spectrum, where individuality and unity are in a constant dance with each other, co-creating an intricate tapestry of our lives.
Cross of the Order of Civil Merit
WASHINGTON DC, FEBRUARY 2016
In an official ceremony at the residence of the Ambassador of Spain, Edwin Aparicio was awarded the Cross of the Order of Civil Merit - granted by the King Felipe VI of Spain.
Read a special profile on Edwin Aparicio by David Montgomery in the Washington Post.
Watch Edwin Aparicio's acceptance speech.
WASHINGTON DC, NOVEMBER 2016
New work by Edwin Aparicio & Aleksey Kulikov, premiered at GALA Hispanic Theatre.
BALTIMORE MD, May 2020
Edwin Aparicio receives a 2020 Individual Artist award from Maryland State Arts Council in the category of Choreography.