Aitor Mazo: that actor made up of extraordinary stories

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2015-05-07

On April 23, the actor Aitor Mazo played the role of Anton Abbadia at the Basque culture festival Loraldia, reviving the Floral Games of the XIX century. The text, written by Patxo Telleria, reviewed the unusual biography of the character, emphasizing the beauty of the impossible; humans, he concluded, are not only made up of atoms, but also of stories.


The brilliant performer and director Aitor Mazo (Bilbao, 1961) has left us today suddenly and he has also brought with him a great deal of amazing stories. Those he directed and starred and that we made our own; those that today, out of the blue, have become part of the history of Basque culture.


We can only bid farewell to Aitor Mazo expressing our gratitude. May he rest with Abbadia.

 


In the picture: Aitor Mazo in 2012 in Madrid at the AT! spectacle, created for the presentation of the Etxepare Basque Institute

On April 23, the actor Aitor Mazo played the role of Anton Abbadia at the Basque culture festival Loraldia, reviving the Floral Games of the XIX century. The text, written by Patxo Telleria, reviewed the unusual biography of the character, emphasizing the beauty of the impossible; humans, he concluded, are not only made up of atoms, but also of stories.


The brilliant performer and director Aitor Mazo (Bilbao, 1961) has left us today suddenly and he has also brought with him a great deal of amazing stories. Those he directed and starred and that we made our own; those that today, out of the blue, have become part of the history of Basque culture.


We can only bid farewell to Aitor Mazo expressing our gratitude. May he rest with Abbadia.

 


In the picture: Aitor Mazo in 2012 in Madrid at the AT! spectacle, created for the presentation of the Etxepare Basque Institute

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