Repertorio

Y

Choreography: Eduardo Lao Music: Gustav Mahler Costume Design: Eduardo Lao Lighting: Paco Azorín The latest choreography by the Company’s Art Director Eduardo Lao bears the title Y, which premiered at Madrid´s Teatros del Canal in October 2012. This male duet inspired by the music of Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen by Gustav Mahler masterfully explores the power of destiny over mankind; a fate that at times has a positive flow, but can sometimes leave man shrouded in darkness.

Nexo

Choreography: Arantxa Sagardoy y Alfredo Bravo Music: Igor Stravinski Costume design: Anna Güell Lighting: Paco Azorín A choreography with a contemporary touch by Arantxa Sagardoy and Alfredo Bravo, which premiered at Madrid’s Teatros del Canal in October 2012. The piece bears witness to the complexity of the dancers’ every move, as they enact an unsettling metamorphosis in the form of a ritual. This ‘ceremony’ seeks to grasp the youth, power and vitality of the human being. The ritual is the nexus – hence the title nexo – between an ever-changing, cyclic nature and the divide...

Wonderland

Choreography: Víctor Ullate Music: Philip Glass Lighting: Paco Azorín Costume Design: Anna Güell Audiovisual: LaAgencia Sound Effects: Miguel Lizarraga   Wonderland premiered at the Teatro Calderón in Valladolid in April 2010, and has since been acknowledged as the best dance show in 2011 with the MAX Award. This choreography delves into the complex world of the mind. The great Ullate transports us to a mental hospital, where he uses the delicacy of dance to show us the lives of those who live there: their fears, but also their joys; the love and tenderness felt...

El Arte de la Danza

Choreographies: Víctor Ullate y Eduardo Lao Lighting: Paco Azorín Costume design: Víctor Ullate, Eduardo Lao, Pedro Moreno y Carlos Javier Martín Musics: Frédéric Chopin, In Slaugther Natives, Richard Wagner, Gaetano Donizetti, W.A. Mozart, Bebe, Lura, David Byrne & Caetano Veloso, Fisher & Roberts, Tony Pastor, Massive Attack, Madredeus, Lisa Gerrard, Antonio Chainho y Kodo. El Arte de la Danza (The Art of Dance) premiered in 2010 at the Teatro Cuyás in las Palmas de Gran Canaria. This choreography aims to highlight the importance of the only element without which dance...

2 you maestro

Set Design and Choreography: Eduardo Lao Choreographies: Víctor Ullate and Eduardo Lao Lighting: Nicolás Fischtel Scenography: Paco Azorín Scenography Assembly: Sant Cugat del Vallés Scenography Workshop Audiovisual and Technological Setup: LaAgencia Software Setup: Pura Vida; Caen Botto Audiovisual Production: Isaki Lacuesta, aided by Carlos Essmann and Lupe Pérez (CAN XALANT, Centre de Creació i Pensament Contemporani de Mataró) Costume Design: Pedro Moreno, Víctor Ullate, Keso Dekker, Vittorio y Lucchino, Francisco Nieva, Carlos Zitrinovsky, Eduardo Lao and Mampasso. Photography:...

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