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Some weeks ago Master Ullate celebrated Father’s Day in advance. The Elle magazine invited him and his son, Josué Ullate, the Company’s main Dancer, to participate in an article about families with art and style. We are more than grateful for this emotional story about an artist and his beloved son. Complicity, mutual interests and love are reflected both in the images and in their words: Víctor Ullate: <<Josué as a person is noble, wholehearted. And you dance as you are. >> Josué Ullate: <<Yes I did was a rebel teen as a son and as a student. Now I'm just...

Pastoral de L.V. Beethoven

CHOREOGRAPHY: Víctor Ullate MUSIC: Ludwig Van Beethoven STAGING ELEMENTS: Paco Azorín LIGHTING DESIGN: Nicolás Fischtel (A.A.I) COSTUME DESIGN: Ikerne Giménez L.V. Beethoven’s Pastoral is the path of life: childhood, the years of awakening, maturity, until we reach old age and death. The magic of Dance resuscitates the protagonists in the afterlife: dancing, old people come back to life and rejuvenate. Tierra Madre y Pastoral de L.V. Beethoven from Víctor Ullate Ballet on Vimeo.

Après toi

Choreography: Víctor Ullate Music: Ludwig van Beethoven Staging: Eduardo Lao Lighting: Eduardo Lao Costume Design: Víctor Ullate Premiered at the Auditorium of Palma de Mallorca in November 2009. Après toi is a piece designed by Víctor Ullate as a tribute to his master, Maurice Bèjart. And how better to describe the work’s meaning than in the words of the choreographer himself: “Music always takes me on a journey to imaginary places, it reminds me of situations and moments passed; some pieces are linked to the image of specific people, as is the case with Beethoven’s...


Last Friday, March the 9th, "Carmen" was performed at the Municipal Auditorium Maestro Padilla of Almería (Andalucía). The movements of our dancers were accompanied by the chords of the Orquesta Ciudad de Almería (OCAL), which played live directed by master Manuel Coves. It was a great and emotional event where we feel welcomed by a public more than enthusiastic. We really appreciate this welcome and enthusiasm to the city of Almería and to our colleagues of the Ideal newspaper for these beautiful words that they have dedicated to us.   We are looking forward to repeating!


Last Friday, February the 16th, Master Ullate brought back to life one of his most fabulous choreographies, “Don Quixote”. It was at the Staatsballet Berlin (Germany) at 6 P.M. The Spanish dancer and choreographer Nacho Duato, found in his fellow countryman Víctor Ullate, the perfect way to say goodbye to his time as director of the Staatsballet Berlin, since he will leave this year that position. A new version of this Classic that premiered on September the 26th, 1997 at the Teatro Arriaga in Bilbao with great ovation from a dedicated public. The story of Don Quijote, the fighter...

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