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Carmen – CND

Carmen – CND

Choreography: Johan Inger Choreographer assistant: Urtzi Aranburu Music: Rodion Shchedrin and Georges Bizet Additional original music: Marc Álvarez Costumes: David Delfín Dramaturgy: Gregor Acuña-Pohl Set design: Curt Allen Wilmer (AAPEE) Assistant set designer: Isabel Ferrández Barrios Lighting design: Tom Visser Duration: 1h 30 minutes (Ballet in two acts) World premiere by Compañía Nacional de Danza […]

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Don Quixote – CND

Don Quixote – CND

A CLASSICAL BALLET IN THREE ACTS Music: Ludwig Minkus Choreography: José Carlos Martínez (inspired on the versions of Marius Petipa and Alexander Gorski) Set design: Raúl García Guerrero Costumes: Carmen Granell Lighting Design: Nicolás Fischtel (A.A.I.) Caracterization, Make up and Wigs: Lou Valérie Dubuis *Aditional Coreography of Bolero and Fandango: Mayte Chico World premiere by […]

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Avalanche – DPDT

Avalanche – DPDT

Avalanche takes us to a world where two styles of dance clash, speaking to us, above all, about the inexorable passing of time. On stage Dani Panullo is searching for evidence of a world where technology can provide us with satisfactory answers to everything, but finds that when it comes to explaining human relations much […]

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Uirapurú – DPDT

Uirapurú – DPDT

On the wonderful music of Heitor Villalobos, the dance recreates the Amazonian legend – which refers us to Genesis – of a new Adam: Uirapurú, “the bird that is not a bird”. The piece begins with the scene of the young bird that builds its nest and sings. All the beings that inhabit the Amazon […]

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Broken Lines – T&D

Broken Lines – T&D

Bodies that intersect, touch, entangle, but never “meet.” Hearts that love each other but never come to beat in unison . . . Beyond our physical appearance, we are all equal in our desire to be loved, understood and accepted. So why is it hard for us to relate? Why are we not compatible with […]

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Aimless – T&D

Aimless – T&D

Short piece (12 minutes) Dimo Kirilov reveals that “Aimless” is about those moments in life when it does not matter where you go, but with whom you go. The piece was awarded the first prize of the Burgos-New York Choreography Contest in 2013. – Choreography: Dimo Kirilov Milev – Performers: Tamako Akiyama and Dimo Kirilov […]

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A bit of no one – CCF

A bit of no one – CCF

‘A bit of no one’ is a new piece by the young Canary creator and dancer Carmen Fumero. It speaks of aspiring to become someone, of the need to be accepted, fit in, participate and form a part of the overall total. On stage are three committed dancers of different sensitivities and qualities of movement […]

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It was almost two o’clock – CCF

It was almost two o’clock – CCF

“It Was Almost Two” is presented as a contemporary dance project, striving to tell a story as an event. Through dance and an electronic soundtrack we are trying to stage a cinematographic way of relating what occurred when “It Was Almost Two”. The main idea of the manuscript unfolds at a meeting where a young […]

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Alanda – MRCT

Alanda – MRCT

Alanda is a 45-minute dance piece inspired by the ancient rituals and breathtaking landscape of old Andalusia (Al-Andalus) – a gateway between Europe and Africa and a place where different traditions and cultures coexist. Alanda is a place where tribes gather, lovers dance, battles abrupt, and desert winds echo its remembrance. The dance is set […]

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