Edinburgh Festival: The final piece VIVIR is choreographed
and performed by Aylin Eleonora. Along with Time
and No Time it is the standout performance. A display of hugely impressive Spanish dancing. theweereview.com
CURRENT SHOWS: ENSUEÑO FLAMENCO,
Solo Piece VIVIR
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..to this we add the artistic personality of Aylin Eleonora, a young dancer who got the audience on their feet. She dances with ease and elegance. -Juan José Gil Sánchez, Lo Jondo por Derecho (Madrid, España) 17.01.2015
True cohesion and the climaxes were experienced through traditional Flamenco while the bailaora Aylin Eleonora danced passionately to heartfelt rhythms. The concert in its entirety was excellent, with alluring compositions and brilliant artists. -Salon Sanomat (Salo, Finlandia) 11.4. 2011
"The dancing of Aylin Eleonora was so impressive that one was left completely breathless. She danced admirably with very quick footwork and elastic, beautiful arms and hands. Her dialogue with the singer was highly impressive." -Jukka Hauru, Helsingin Sanomat (Helsinki, Finlandia) 17.4.2011
That night, the Flamenco group together with the bailaora Aylin Eleonora transformed the Czech castle of Spilberk into an Andalusian fortress. -Roman Casado, Radio Praga (República Checa) 12.08.2015
The atmosphere lit up when Aylin Eleonora demonstrated her art. The young bailaora performed magnificent creations with the incredible rhythm of her feet, whipping the audience up into fervour. -24th Brno International Guitar Festival, Michal Ruzicka (Brno, República Checa) 12.08.2015
"The holy trinity of Flamenco, together with guitar and singing, was completed by Aylin Eleonora´s dance. It is a dance that takes you to an athmosphere of fantasy. The ardent dedication to music was so overwhelming that mere words cannot describe it. Fierce and infinitely beautiful. " -Jyrki Kallio, Aamulehti (Tampere, Finlandia) 14.09.2010
Based in Madrid, she has performed as a soloist in Flamenco shows since 2009 at numerous theaters and festivals throughout Spain, France, Brazil, the Czech Republic, Finland, Norway and Switzerland, sharing stage with great Flamenco figures such as Rafael Jiménez “Falo”, David Lagos, Alfredo Lagos, Antonio Rey and Enrique Bermúdez “Piculabe”. She holds an MA DANCE degree from the Institute of the Arts Barcelona / Liverpool John Moores University, UK.
REVIEW FROM EDINBURGH FESTIVAL: The final piece, Vivir, is choreographed and performed by Aylin Eleonora. Along with Time and No Time it is the standout performance. Although born in Helsinki, Eleonora has perfected her craft of flamenco dancing by studying in Barcelona, Spain. This is a performance of two halves. In the first, she is dressed in a sumptuous black dress with silver glittery panel inlays. She captivates the audience as she executes the flamenco moves with great expression, fierce feet stomping, and graceful arm movements. The piece builds to a passionate crescendo as she uses a vibrant, bright orange scarf, which she sweeps around her much like a matador. A quick costume change into a white, wedding-like dress is as equally passionate. She wraps the dress around her, creating beautiful folds in the material, accentuating some of the Flamenco moves to finish this display of hugely impressive Spanish dancing. theweereview.com