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Electrolé - Cruceta Flamenco
The Hidden Night
Electrolé born of necessity and concern the multifaceted creative producer, choreographer and dancer Mariano Cruceta.

This is a project that aims to become an artistic platform from which to generate a new trend of flamenco expression language; without losing the nature and tradition of each “palo”, based on the latest trends in electronic music.

A creative process developed over low heat; specialized artists from different musical styles, working in freedom, without prejudices, have been built and have joined their talents to form a fresh, new, homogeneous sound.


He began his career as a dancer in numerous national companies and as a guest artist in different productions which travelled to U.S.A., Canada, Japan, Europe, Australia, Latin America, India and China.

Mariano Cruceta runs Cruceta Flamenco dance company as director, artistic producer, choreographer and performer. His performance and artistic works are featured by its versatility and originality as well as an understanding of flamenco language combined with a contemporary style.

His works have been staged at many major festivals and national and international theaters: The Shape of Things (2000), Sorcerer (2001), Yenyere (2002), Live Red (2003), Othello (2005), Red ( 2006), Greenhouse-8 reflections (2009), The Confidence (2011), The Goddess Impure (2012) and Duality (2014).

In 2010 Paco Ortega produced with him his first album, 8 Reflexiones, which was written by composer and guitarist Caroline Planté in the emblematic Madrid Musigrama study; and, on the other hand, he received the third prize at the First International Short Film Festival Flamenco with its short film Invernadero (Greenhouse.)

​He has cooperated with different albums as a producer and arranger and now he is introducing his first musical composition, La noche Escondida, with the band Electrolé.


Recently the technical means have allowed us to discover many more planets spinning around the sun: our light.

It didn't take more than a century since the implementation of that environment, which would be artificial later. Only the sound, for example the human voice, remains, unscathed, although tinged since the time of the caves, for millions of years.

Flamenco, as a human message -which could be called wavering life - has taken part in the entire historical legacy, from its primeval days, and it is able to reborn in order to discover its own antipodes.

Light and darkness, illuminist challenge of creation to meet the overflow of electrotechnics. The noisy days conspire with the mysterious solitude of the night.
It consists on a renewed profile which does not lose its character: mourning and celebration. This will endure what mankind will endure; ill as the triumphant but cornered animal that we are.

Let's revive something which has been printed in our hearts; but as surprising as the passage of time and eternally moving. A song, a lament, the consequence of wanting to know what we already know; it has to be explained, again and again, to find true enlightenment in the depths of darkness without limits.

​I pointlessly searched you during the day and finally I have not encountered you, but at night my dreams led me to you. That is La Noche Escondida from Electrolé: the unveiling of a mystery that times have named after a cry.

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