In its Fifth Year, FIRCO Festival is a Treasure Trove of Ibero-American Circus Talent

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In its Fifth Year, FIRCO Festival is a Treasure Trove of Ibero-American Circus Talent

Already an established presence in the international circus scene, the Ibero-American Circus Festival (FIRCO) returns to the ring to celebrate its fifth edition. Here are some of the highlights to expect from this year’s program.
FIRCO is a proud showcase of both a shared circus culture and the innovative artists who help elevate it. Since its founding in 2018, the festival has been curated annually by Madrid-based event production company Circontinentes SL with an aim to promote and consolidate the high-level circus art of Latin America. Aware of the great talent that this region treasures and equipped with a thoughtful understanding of the spectacles beloved by its people, the organizing team has worked hard to match their enthusiasm through this year’s program. Now they are ready to show the world the broad spectrum of Ibero-American talent....
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Carolyn Klein

Carolyn Klein is a writer, poet, and circus fan from the Washington, D.C, area. Writing stories about the circus has been a dream of hers since getting introduced to circus fiction around 2014. She recently completed her B.A. in English and Creative Writing, magna cum laude, at George Mason University. As a new member of the Circus Talk journalism team, Carolyn looks forward to learning as much as she can about the industry and people behind circus.