We indulge in a bit of British television from time to time, and that is how we discovered Los Vivancos. They were recently featured on Michael McIntyre’s Big Show.
A quick Google and a couple of emails later, we spoke to Elias who was only too happy to share the news of this super troupe and specifically, their help for the victims of the Equador earthquakes.
This generous group and their team have donated the takings from their April 27 show at the Gran Via in Madrid, to the Ecuador Embassy… who will distribute the funds where they are needed most. It was a great ceremony attended by many authorities and influential personalities.
About Los Vivancos
Los Vivancos are a group of talented and handsome brothers who dance and perform in a show full of fire, music, acrobatics and dance. They were trained by their father, also a dancer, and travelled extensively during their childhood.
The group is comprised of Elias, Josua, Judah, Cristo, Israel, Aaron and Josué. In addition to dance, all the brothers are musical too – each with their own instrument of choice – Elias (cello), Judah (bass), Josua (percussion), Cristo (saxophone), Israel (flute), Aarón (violin), Josué (piano).
Los Vivancos are currently touring with their show, “Born to Dance”, with future events planned across Spain, including Barcelona and Malaga.
If you would like to book tickets, you can do so at the regular box offices.
You can find our more about the seven performing brothers at the following places:
In the meantime – enjoy this video of the brothers in action in a previous show – Aeternum.
Elle, along with Alan, is the owner of Spain Buddy and the busy web design business – Spain Web Design by Gandy-Draper.
Born a “Norverner”, she then spent most of her life “Dann Saff” before moving to Spain in 2006. Elle’s loves are Alan, the internet, dogs, good food, and dry white wine – although not necessarily in that order.