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The most stunning looks from the 2023 Talía Awards

Discover the best looks from the first edition of the Talía Awards, equivalent to the Goya Awards for Performing Arts.

And finally, the big night of the theater arrived! The Spanish Theater in Madrid was the stage for the first edition of the Talía AwardsO Goya’s counterparts in the world of performing arts that left us with impressive looks!

The production of this magical night was in charge of El Terrat (The Mediapro Studio) and the gala was co-directed by Juan Luis Iborra and Antonio Najarro. The wonderful idea of ​​creating the Talía Awards is the work of the current president of the Spanish Academy of Performing Arts, Cayetana Guillen-Cuervo. Who continued the work of his predecessor, Jesus Cimarro. With these awards, the Academy seeks to highlight and recognize all disciplines linked to the culture of art and beauty such as: circus, dance, poetry and, of course, theater. A great night to honor the talent and creativity of our favorite artists!

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How could it be otherwise. This night gave us a lot of visual gala which we could enjoy and be inspired by for our visual this spring. El Hammani mine was one of the first to arrive dazzled with a sophisticated burgundy velvet setcombined with a white shirt with bow.

The Talía de Artes Cênicas Awards left us with incredible gala looks

The Talía Awards gala was spectacular, and not just for its impressive setting at the Teatro Español in Madrid. The names of the stars that paraded there are a whole range of renowned and emerging figures in the performing arts. Cayetana Guillen-CuervoShe was an exceptional hostess. But other big names shone on the night such as: Natalia Millán, José Sacristán, Nacho Cano, Maribel Verdú, María Pagés, Nacho Duato, Tricicle, Lluís Homar, Miguel Ángel Muñoz, Mago Pop, Alex García, María Adánez or Pepón Nieto, were there gifts among other great talents of the art scene.

In addition, the Talía Awards have nominated some of the most outstanding professionals in the world of performing arts in Spain. Including great actresses like Blanca Portillo, Aitana Sanchez-Gijon, Marta Poveda or actors such as Antonio Banderas, Javier Gutiérrez, Carmelo Gómez, Ernesto Arias, Rafa Castejón and Carlos Hipólito. The most important authors, directors, choreographers and dance performers were also recognized, such as: Juan Mayorga, Pablo Remón, Pablo Messiez, Laila Ripoll, Antonio Ruz, Mario Bermúdez, Daniel Doña, Manuel Liñán, Catherine Coury and Rocío Molina.

These are some of the names that have already competed for the awards (and the best visual) in a magical, unforgettable and glamorous night at Spanish Theater in Madrid.

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