HEADLINE: THE IS FLAMENCO AT ITS FINEST - MODERN, SOPHISTICATED AND TANTALISING
'Pena’s earthy cocktail of acoustic Spanish guitar, drumming and stamping is irresistible.'
The Evening Standard, Anne Sacks - February 1999
'There’s scarcely room to do anything like full justice to the way these philosophical issues are woven into the piece, or to the sheer poetry of Angel Munoz – who eloquently portrays the torment of Musa’s jealous lover – or indeed to the exceptional ensemble caliber of Paco Pena’s company of dancers and musicians.'
The Herald, Mary Brennan - March 1999
HEADLINE: SIMPLY SOME OF THE BEST FLAMENCO DANCERS AND MUSICIANS
'There is nothing remotely slick or forced about these performers. They are simply some of the best flamenco dancers and musicians committed to their work rather than the glory, although with this commitment the glory comes anyway.'
Highbury & Islington Express, Sarah Frater - April 2001
HEADLINE: I CAME OUT OF SADLER'S WELLS ON A COMPLETE HIGH WISHING I WAS A FLAMENCO DANCER'
'Musa Gitana is a feast of swirling skirts, clapping hands and stamping feet. I felt like I was at a party and the audience were the guests to an impromptu, seamless perfomance packed with passion and energy.'
The Islington Gazette, Sue Learner - May 2005
'From huge, fleshy self-confidence to dignified restraint and reserve, the dancers deliver all the promise of flamenco.'
The Edinburgh Festival, Gabe Stewart