Archive: » 2018 » February

El Amor Brujo

CHOREOGRAPHY: Víctor Ullate ART ASSISTANT DIRECTION: Eduardo Lao MUSIC: Manuel De Falla, Luis Delgado, In Slaughter Natives LIGHTING DESIGN AND STAGING ELEMENTS: Paco Azorín LIGHTING DESIGN ASSISTANT: Pedro Chamizo COSTUME DESIGN: María Araujo DYE WORKSHOP: María Calderón SOUND DESIGN: Miguel Lizarraga VIDEO CREATION: Greyman   Here is a fresh take on the piece that was premiered by Víctor Ullate on 28 May 1994 at the Maestranza Theatre in Seville. The new version introduces a change in the staging and costumes with a view to making light the most...

Samsara

Choreography: Víctor Ullate Music: Various artist Scenography: Paco Azorín Lighting: Nicolás Fischtel (A.A.I) Costume Design: Anna Güel Master of Tai-chi: Pedro Valencia Scenography set up: Taller de Escenografía Sant Cugat   Samsara premiered at Madrid’s Teatros del Canal in 2006. This abstraction of the senses uses the alliance of bodily movement and music to transport the viewer to the lands that produced the varied repertoire of music that make up this piece: Egypt, Iran, India, Nepal, China, Japan… “Dance allows me to create a link between different...

Coppélia

Choreography: Eduardo Lao Music: Leo Délibes Costume Design: Pedro Moreno Scenography: Carles Pujol Lighting: Nicolás Fischtel (from the A.A.I. Lighting Professionals Association) Make-up: Baltasar González Pinel for MAC Accessories: Gerardo&Toni Costume Production: J.M. Dobble T Scenography Setup: Teatre-Auditori Sant Cugat Workshops Video Production: María LLeida A new version of the classic Coppélia that premiered at the Palacio de Festivales in Santander in October 2006. This time, the Company’s choreographer and Art Director, Eduardo Lao, has given...

Bolero

Choreography: Víctor Ullate Art assistant direction: Eduardo Lao Music: Maurice Ravel and Manisero (performed by La Argentinita) Lighting: Paco Azorín Costume Design: Ana Güell Costume Making: Amparo Coll The contrast between femininity and masculinity is the essence of Bolero, the latest creation by Víctor Ullate, premiered at the Opéra de Vichy in June 2013. Inspired by the music of Maurice Ravel and set in the 1920s, Bolero pays homage to the era of compositions and ballets that this decade represented, which changed the concept of dance as an exclusively feminine...

agencia interactiva iberpixel.com