The Spanish group Los Vivanco presented their show named Aeternun, full of energy, sensuality and skills, which merged various arts as flamenco, ballet, martial arts, tap dance and magic.
The show began with seven brothers hanging in metal structures covered with white robes reaching to the floor, illuminated with purple lights. At another point of the show, four of them were hung from the metal structure performing a tap dancing upside down, while the remaining three responded the tapping from the top.
The seven brothers, sons of different mothers but the same father, acted before some 1,500 spectators on a ninety-minute show at the Theater of the Casa de la Cultura of Quito.
The musical production was assisted by Fernando Velázquez and the Budapest Symphony Orchestra. Their wardrobe was sober most of the show, but at other times they wore masks with horns.