The Los Vivancos Vivancos were already before birth.
Their future, planned by his father from birth, it was clear from the start: take a long training swim key music, dance, gymnastics and sports and martial arts, diving for children in their natural abilities and go out surface each, to breathe the air of his own career.
Travel many paths and then merge them when the time comes.
Tomorrow, Saturday February 7 that it's time to enjoy the Cartagena Los Vivancos 7 siblings on the show, a show full of flamenco, music, drama and art cincenses.
Show scheduled by the Department of Culture of the City of Cartagena.
There are two sessions at 19:30 and 22:30 hours.
Localities 18 and 15 Euros.
After going round and round on five continents, writing under the umbrella of flamenco and seeking inspiration from Paganini and Dvorak in the retina, inspired by the break-dance, circus and hip-hop, the seven brothers of Biblical names go to Cartagena for a show that they have developed from start to finish.
Step by step, Los Vivancos compose, perform, dance, choreograph and produce their shows.
All, one by one, love the moment they live.
Elias (31 years, whichever is greater), Judah, Joshua, Christ, Israel, Aaron, and Joshua (the youngest, 24 years old) knew soon they would contemplate life from the heights of the stage.
The seven-siblings of 32 children from seven different mothers, were born in Catalonia and raised in an environment focused on providing a multidisciplinary art education and nuanced.
Before turning 18 and traveled some EE.
as principal dancer of the National Society of American Art, one was tempted by the Cirque du Soleil acrobats for their skills and other awards earned or was entitled as a cellist in the National Ballet in London Studio.
Everything went as planned by his father.
During his seven children studied in school that his father had founded and directed in British Columbia (USA), the QĂĽanticoch Independent School.
Most then continued together in the Junior Symphony Orchestra of Amsterdam and from there began to travel around the world.
From Canada to France via China or England, have evolved.
To act "once a year in the living room" to hang the sign no bills for a month at Paris' Bercy stadium, with capacity for 18,000 people.
Now go to Cartagena, in two sessions, in which there are very few entries.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena