GOYO MONTERO MORELL (confirmation pendent)
Dancer, choreographer and director of the Staatstheater Nuremberg
Trained with Carmen Roche, he completed his studies at the Royal Conservatory of Dance in Madrid and at the National Ballet School of Cuba, going on to develop a brilliant career as a dancer, as well as an outstanding career as a choreographer.
As a performer, Goyo Montero was a principal dancer at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, as well as a soloist at the Leipzig Opera, the Wiesbaden State Theater and the Royal Flanders Ballet, as well as being invited by the National Ballet of Mexico, the Perth City Ballet and the Ballet de Europa, among others. She has starred in performances that have earned her some of the main awards in dance performance: the professional level Grand Prix of the Lausanne International Competition (1993), the Grand Prix and the Gold Medal of the Luxembourg International Competition (1996 ) and Best Dancer of the 2003/4 season, chosen by the critics of Dance Europe Magazine.
As a choreographer he has worked with the Deutsche Oper Berlin, the Kiel Opera, the Ankara and Izmir Ballet, Modern Dance Turkey, the Gregor Seyffert Company, the Carmen Roche Ballet, the Cuban National Ballet, the Valencian Generalitat Theater Ballet, Maggio Danza de Florence and National Dance Company.
With his choreographies (Cuadrado X 7, Los campos magnéticos (2001), 2x1 (2003), Vasos Comunicantes (2003), El Paraíso y La Peri (2004), Desde Otello, La Música Danza (2005), Romeo y Julieta (2009) ), among others) has participated in outstanding events such as the XX International Ballet Festival of Havana, the 71 Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the International Festival of Dance and Music of Granada, the Expo of Zaragoza, the Expo Aichi Tokio Forum or Madrid in Dance and Los Veranos de la Villa in Madrid.
Goyo Montero has been director of the ballet and principal choreographer of the Nuremberg State Theater Ballet (Germany) since the 2008-2009 season, for which he has created numerous choreographies: Romeo and Juliet (2009), The Dream of Reason (2010), Carmen (2010), Treibhaus (2011), Nutcracker (2011), Don Juan (2012), Fausto (2012), Cinderella (2013), Black Bile (2014), Cyrano (2014) and 111 (2015).
The list of his recognitions is long: his awards as a choreographer include the Villa de Madrid Prize (2006), the First Prize of the Ibero-American Choreography Contest (2006), the Villanueva Prize (awarded by the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba , 2006) and the Madrid Theater Award. His version of Sleeping Beauty was awarded by Danza & Danza magazine as Best Italian Production of 2008. In 2009 he was awarded the Cultural Award from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Central Franconia for his successful start as director in Nuremberg. In 2010 he received the Harlequin Award and in 2011 the National Dance Award from the Ministry of Culture of Spain. The 2013 revival of his ballet Romeo y Julieta for the Compañía Nacional de Danza was nominated by Dance for you magazine for Best Contemporary Choreography 2012-2013, as well as Best Revival by the publication Dance Europe. In 2014 Goyo Montero received the Bavarian Cultural Award; that same year Dance Europe nominated the Nuremberg Ballet for Best Company and his Black Bile choreography for Best Choreography, and he was recognized as Best Choreographer of the Year by Dance for you magazine, also by Black Bile.
In 2012 he was a member of the jury at the 40 Prix de Lausanne, whose contemporary repertoire has been part of his choreography since 2013.
MARTA CARRASCO BENÍTEZ
Journalist Degree in Information Sciences from the Complutense University of Madrid. She has also studied law at this University and dance at the University of York (Canada). Journalist and critic of dance, He currently collaborates in the writing of the newspaper ABC de Sevilla. From 2006 to 2011 he has been a member of the National Dance Council. In 2008, she was a Dance Adviser of the Ministry of Culture of the Government of Spain. From 2008 to 2010 he was part of the National Council of the Performing Arts and Music of the Government of Spain. As speaker, he has been part of the National Dance Forum, Commission of the Strategic Plan of Dance of Spain. Commission of Dance Aids from the Ministry of Culture, Academic Activities Advisory Committee of the Andalusian Flamenco Agency, Biennial Advisory Commission of Flamenco de Sevilla, among others.
He has been a juror of the National Dance Award, Ministry of Culture (five calls), Giraldillo Awards of the Flamenco Biennial of Seville. Prize of the Bagnolet Dance Platform (France), Burgos-New York Choreographic Competition Award. In 1996, together with Juan Antonio Maesso, he participated in the start-up of the Andalusian Dance Center, an organism of the Government of Andalusia for the promotion, training and dissemination of dance. Likewise, it promotes the creation of the Pericet Classroom for the preservation of the Bolero School of the 18th century in the aforementioned Center. director of Dansart magazine, specialized in dance edited in Spanish and English in Barcelona. He regularly collaborates with dance and flamenco publications such as "Por la danza", "Dansa Valencia Magazine", "Casa de La Danza "and" Cairón ", the latter edited by the University of Alcalá de Henares (Madrid), of which it is part of its Editorial Board. In the publications section, she is the author of the biographical book of the choreographer and teacher José Granero, entitled "El Maestro Granero" , Edited by the Barcelona Theater Institute. Co-author of the Dance Dictionary published by the Oxford University Press, "Dance in Europe after the Second World War" edited by Routledge Ed. of London, and the Commemorative Book of the Ten Years of the Maestranza Theater, edited by the José Manuel Lara Foundation. Together with Eva Díaz he has written the biography of the playwright Salvador Távora, edited by the Lara Foundation of Seville. He is currently in prints his next book entitled "The School Bolera Sevillana: Los Pericet" He usually teaches and seminars on Spanish Dance and Flamenco in Universities such as the Hispalense, Pablo Olavide and Inrternacional de Andalucía (Sevilla), Autónoma (Barcelona) and Alcalá de Henares (Madrid). She is patron of the Cristina Heeren Foundation of Flamenco Art (Seville) where she regularly teaches the subject "Stories of the Figures of the Flamenco Dance ". He has participated in numerous international dance and research congresses, both in Spain and in other countries around the world.
PILAR PEREZ CALVETE
Titled Superioren Dance in the specialty of Choreography and Interpretation Techniques. Training in classical and contemporary dance. In 1987 Funda Hidra Danza, first Andalusian contemporary dance company where she is a dancer, choreographer and teacher. He has been part of the teaching staff of the Theater Institute of Seville for 14 years. And since 1997 she is a professor of contemporary dance at the Andalusian Dance Center. The development of his professional career has focused on teaching, many of his students are in companies around the world. This activity is combined with the creation by participating as a choreographer in various Andalusian companies both theater and dance theater. He has choreographed in two versions of the opera Rigoletto, directed by G. de Tomasi and L. Iturri for the Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville and as a repeater and dance teacher in Aida directed by José Luis Gutiérrez and Pedro Halffter. He has directed and co-directed with Ramón Oller, several shows for the Workshops of the Andalusian Dance Center. Between 2006 and 2008 he choreographed two children's shows with the company La Tarasca. In 2009 and 2010 she is choreographic director of two works of the Cía. El Velador / Chinabaus, premiering at the International Dance Festival of Itálica. In 2014 and 2015 he is part of the music collective Música en Movimiento together with the composer, director and violinist Bruno Axel, premiering at the Teatro de la Maestranza the works Muk & Move and El bosque de los sumergidos. Since 2010 she is the Head of Studies and co-director of the Andalusian Dance Center.
Participates in the II International Congress of Dance, Research and Education through History with the presentation "The Dance Studies in the CAD"
Belonging to the research project "Dance during the Civil War and the Franco regime (1936-1960): cultural policies, identity, gender, and choreographic heritage." Part Time Researcher HAR2013-48658-C2-2-P.
ALFONSO ORDOÑEZ MARAY
Ex-dancer, choreographer, artistic coordinator in different institutions. Licensed by the University of Bellaterra of Barcelona, co-founder of Danat Danza in that same city and choreographer and interpreter in all his works from 1984 to 2000. Among other awards, he has received the ADE Directors of Scene, the Barcelona City of Dance or a Special Mention of the Unesco Prize of Promotion of the Arts in the Expo 92 of Seville. For five years he is part of the Center for Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) as an Associated Company and in 2000 he participated in choreography in the Ninth Symphony of Beethoven, a production for the city of Cagliari (Italy) under the musical direction of Lorin Maazel. At the end of That same year, invited by the City of León, he returned to his hometown and started the project of a Choreographic Center. In the 2003-07 term he was appointed director of the Leonés Institute of Culture (Provincial Council of León) and during the last two years of That legislature served as Councilor for Education and Culture of the Consistory of Leon.
After that, he worked as an advisor for Scenic Programs at the Siglo para los Artes de Castilla y León Foundation and as artistic coordinator of the Laboratorio de the Arts of Valladolid (LAVA) for five seasons.
IGNACIO JAVIER DE MIGUEL GALLO
PhD in Philosophy and Letters from the University of Valladolid after reading his doctoral thesis, "Teatro y parateatro en Burgos, 1550-1752 Study and documents. "Since 1999 he is a Culture Technician of the Municipal Institute of Culture and Tourism of the Municipality of Burgos (IMC). As such, he performs the functions of dance, theater and music programming at the Evolución Burgos Forum, at the Teatro Principal, the Teatro Clunia and other municipal rooms of the capital of Burgos. Together with Carlos Lozano and Juan Luis Sáez he is co-director of the Festival Escena Abierta, organized by the IMC, the University of Burgos and Caja of Burgos. It also participates in the technical meetings of the Spanish Network of Theaters, Auditoriums and Circuits of the Autonomous Communities and the Network of Theaters of Castilla y León.
He has also been an advisor to the Culture Commission of the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces. Previously, he was Cultural Coordinator of the City Council of Burgos and acting Manager of the IMC. In this last responsibility he coordinated the start-up of this autonomous organization (IMC) and the Principal Theater of Burgos. Between 1990 and 1994 he was General Secretary of the Mérimée - De Sebastián Summer Courses organized by the French University of Toulouse-Le Mirail since 1908 in Burgos. He also taught at the Universities of Valladolid and Toulouse-Le Mirail. In the field of cultural management, he has participated as a speaker at various calls for reflection and training. Among others, in the 1st Congress of Performing Arts of Castilla y León. For the 2002 Salamanca Consortium, he was invited to present a communication at the Meeting of European Experts on Cultural Management and the Knowledge Society. Also, invited by the Cultural Center of Spain in Mexico (Mexico City), he gave the seminar "Agita el Continente. " To this we must add that he has been professor of the Master in Administration of Cultural Industries, organized by the General Foundation of the University of Valladolid, and of the Master of Cultural Management organized by the Complutense Institute of Musical Sciences and the Complutense University of Madrid. He has also been invited as a speaker at the working days of the Athene program (Mediterranean Classical Theaters Network) of the European Union in Pula (Croatia). In these years he has been part of juries of competitions such as the International Choreography Competition Burgos-New York or Provincial Contest of Non-Professional Theater. As a researcher, he is a specialist in the Spanish Golden Age Theater. In Toulouse he collaborated in the activities of the Associated Unit of the CNRS (Center National de la Recherche Scientifique) French LESO (Littérature Espagnole du Siècle d'Or) and the GESTE (Groupe d'Études sur le Théâtre Espagnol). From his work in the fields of research on the history of theater and the history of literature he has participated as lecturer in various conferences, seminars and conferences. In addition, he has several publications, including books, articles and collaborations. His articles can be found in magazines such as Bulletin Hispanique (Bordeaux), Criticón (Toulouse), Bulletin of the Menéndez y Pelayo Library, La Tarasca Theatrical Journal or the Cuadernos de Teatro Clásico (Madrid).
SANDRA MACIÁ TORRES . PRESIDENTA DEL JURADO DE DANZA URBANA
1979, Director of the dance school Dancescape studio, choreographic contest The best on, choreographic project Zoocreative and Dancescape! workshops
Many years of experience guarantee the professional career of Sandra Maciá, both as a dancer and as a choreographer, as an instructor / teacher. His vocational dedication since he was young marked his professional career, complemented by his training at a national and international level. She began her studies in classical dance at age 3 until 15, when she entered the world of urban dance that led her to become one of the national references as well as a choreographer (by companies such as Angels, A company , ...) as organizer of workshops and international competitions, as well as director and owner of her own dance school, being a multidisciplinary reference school with more than 10,000 students. Creative, demanding, restless dancer, always eager to evolve and bring knowledge and value to dance.
Championships and Contests (a trajectory of 20 years endorses with companies such as Pink Bubbles (2003-2010) 35 podiums, A company (since 2014) 6 podiums in the last two seasons in junior category, Angels (since 2000) more than 50 podiums being a reference at national level, Zoo & Co (since 2017) with 20 dancers that already has 2 podiums in the last year.
He has worked for the following artists and brand: Junior Miguez, Audi, gas, Toyota, Mercedes, Nike. And choreographer of the shows: Single Women Seek, The D Street Mime, Synergy, Destí Traçat, Yes we dance, Snap Festival "Londo Town", Snap Festival "Special Circus", Artistic Director GIVE.
RAÚL CÁRDENES HENRÍQUEZ . PTE DEL JURADO DZA CALLE
Former president of the Association of Dance Professionals in the Community of Madrid and member of the Board of Directors of ConArte (Confederation of Worker Artists of the Show). He debuted as an amateur dancer in 1976. He combines it with his university studies in Medicine (first cycle). In 1980, he decided to move to Madrid and enter the National Classical Ballet School of Spain, until he debuted with the company ( 1981), directed by Víctor Ullate. In 1984 he graduated in Classical Ballet by the Royal School of Dramatic Arts and Dance, Madrid. 1984-5 Research grant for improvement in New York by the Government of the Canary Islands. Until 1996 he also danced with the Real Ballet de Cámara de Madrid, Ballet de Luís Fuente, José Granero, as well as in the Companies of Aachen and Bielefeld in Germany. Participates in multiple productions of the Teatro de la Zarzuela, TVE, etc. 1995-2003, Coordinator-director of the Madrid International Dance Festival. 1996-2003, Dance Adviser of the Community of Madrid. Artistic direction of the Dance Gala of Madrid City Council, Teatro Real. Jury and collaborator in the Contests of Torrelavega, Spanish Dance and Flamenco and Burgos-New York, among others. 2005-2012, Simultaneously, as an independent in different areas of dance, she directed the Spanish Dance Galas at the Aichi Universal Exhibition 2005 in Japan and 2008 in Zaragoza.Coordina District and Circuit Dance, Cultural Proximity, projects of the Government Area of Arts of the City of Madrid from 2004 to 2014.2015-2016. Create the project "BB" -Bailar in the Berlanga for the SGAE. International Jury in the Expression Competition of Florence- Italy.
Master of Performing Arts from the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid. Degree in Dance, specializing in Choreography and Interpretation Techniques, by the Alicia Alonso Superior Institute of Madrid. Ballet career of the Royal Academy of Dancing in London and the Professional Dance Conservatory of Madrid. Scholar of the Alicia Alonso Dance Foundation and the Africa Guzmán School in Madrid. A grant from the SGAE allowed her to perfect her learning at the National Ballet of Cuba, where she has subsequently worked as a guest choreographer.
Prize XXIV Madrid Choreographic Competition-Artistic Residence in LSD in Movement 2010 / RCH Prize Interpretation International Choreography Competition Burgos-New York 2007 / Audience Award Andalusia Interpretation and Choreography Competition 2007 / Choreography Composition Award Superior Institute A. Alonso, University Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid 2005 / Outstanding Bailarina Award III Choreography Creation Competition of Galicia 2005 / 2nd Prize IV International Choreography Competition Burgos-New York 2005 / 3rd Prize III Choreography Competition of Galicia 2005 / Special Mention Choreographic Ibero-American Competition CIC2004 / First Prize II International Choreography Competition Burgos-New York 2003 / First Young Creators Prize 2002 / Madrid Theater Special Prize 2002.
Maruxa Salas created choreographic pieces for the National Ballet of Cuba, Galician Choreographic Center, Contemporary Ballet of Burgos, Chamber Ballet of Madrid, Andalusian Dance Center, UNA Danza Joven and Compañía Nacional de Danza de Costa Rica.
He worked with the Dutch choreographer Tom Stuart in 2003, produced by Teathre Spui from The Hague, Holland. In 2011 under the artistic direction of Roberto Magro and the choreographic direction of Peter Jasko, he danced as a guest artist in the show "'Una Storia Nella Storia" in Turin, Italy.
With the company SóLODOS, co-directed with Erick Jiménez, they have made several shows with which they have made different national and international tours.
His SAZÓN show premiered in 2014 was selected by the Ballet, Dance and Movement Arts Commission of the National Theater Network of Spain, as a show recommended by the NETWORK, with which a tour was conducted in 2016 by various theaters in Spain. In 2018 they co-produce with Neuf Portes (France) and the Galician Choreographic Center-Xunta de Galicia the "CORPS SONORE" show, a site specific and land art that premiered in May 2018 at the Montealegre Botanical Garden of Ourense.
She currently works as a dancer and choreographer, also directs Erick Jiménez SóLODOS, the SÓLODOS EN DANZA Festival, the SóLODOS CR Creation and Research Space in Costa Rica and different research, management and artistic exchange platforms.
LUIS MARTÍN OYA
Completó su entrenamiento de ballet clásico con Pedro de la Cruz. Después de completar sus estudios de danza en el Real Conservatorio Superior de Artes Dramáticas y Danza de Madrid y en la École de Danse Classique Princesse Grace de Montecarlo, se unió al Ballet del Teatro Lírico Nacional Zarzuela, dirigido por la prestigiosa bailarina rusa Maya Plisetskaya. Desde 1990 y bajo la dirección de Nacho Duato, es promovido a Bailarín Solista y luego a Primer Bailarín, bailando la mayor parte de su repertorio, así como los coreógrafos más prestigiosos como Jiri Kylian, Mats Ek, Ohad Naharin o William Forsythe, entre otros. con quien tuvo la oportunidad de trabajar personalmente.
A lo largo de su carrera ha representado más de 70 coreografías en los teatros y festivales más importantes del mundo, como Lincoln Center en Nueva York, Sadler's Wells en Londres, Bolshoi en Moscú, Metropolitan Festival Hall en Tokio, Chatellet en París, Royal Theatre Madrid , Liceo de Barcelona, Sidney Opera House, Teatro San Martín de Buenos Aires, Israel Jerusalem Festival y Hamburgische Staatsoper Hamburg, entre otros. Actualmente es Director de Producción de la Compañía Nacional de Danza bajo la dirección de José Carlos Martínez.
JOSÉ MARÍA VITERI ARRATE. Calderón Theater Award
Born in Bilbao. Spain. He is studying law at the University of Deusto.
At the same time, he takes three theater courses at the Theater Workshop of the University of the Basque Country.
As an actor he takes part in five theatrical productions of the Cia. De Teatro Akelarre.
Later he began to work as a theatrical producer for the aforementioned company and for other shows, both dramatic and lyrical, in Bilbao, Madrid and Barcelona.
At the age of 27 he became part of the management team of the Arriaga Theater, Bilbao's municipal theater, where he assumed the direction of production and programming from 1986 to 1998 and as artistic director from 1998 to 2001.
In 2002 he was appointed Manager of the Municipal Foundation of Culture of Valladolid, a position that he is developing to date.
In November 2009 he also assumed the Artistic Direction of the Calderón de la Barca Theater in Valladolid. Position that he currently holds.
NORKA CHIAPUSSO CANTABRANA. dFeria Contest Awards
He studies Basque Philology at the University of Deusto. He began to work in San Sebastián, assuming the Directorate of the Loyola House of Culture in 1987. In 1993 he went on to direct the Lugaritz House of Culture, which had a scenic space called Imanol Larzabal aretoa in the Antiguo neighborhood until 1999.
At that time, in 1999, he assumed the Direction of the Performing Arts Program of Donostia Kultura. In 2000, he also incorporated the Directorate of the Victoria Eugenia Theaters until 2007 and Principal until 2009. Since 2000, he began directing the San Sebastián Theater and Dance Fair, called dFERIA. He collaborated, as an advisor, between 1996 and 2009 with the Department of Culture of the Basque Government in the area of Theater.
DIRECTOR OF THE LOIOLA CULTURAL CENTER. Municipal Board of Culture of Donostia-San Sebastián. 1987-1992.
DIRECTOR OF THE LUGARITZ CULTURAL CENTER. Municipal Board of Culture of Donostia-San Sebastián. 1993-1999.
DONOSTIA-SAN SEBASTIAN THEATER FAIR. Member of the organizing and artistic committee during the years 1998 and 1999.
DIRECTOR OF THE DONOSTIA-SAN SEBASTIAN THEATER FAIR. Since 2000.
DIRECTOR OF THE PERFORMING ARTS AND MUSIC PROGRAM OF THE MUNICIPAL BOARD OF CULTURE OF DONOSTIA SAN SEBASTIAN from October 1999 to July 2001.
DIRECTOR OF THE VICTORIA EUGENIA THEATERS AND THE MAIN THEATER OF THE MUNICIPAL BOARD OF CULTURE OF DONOSTIA SAN SEBASTIAN since July 2001.
PROGRAMMING DIRECTOR OF THE VICTORIA EUGENIA AND THE PRINCIPAL THEATER OF DONOSTIA KULTURA (DONOSTIA-SAN SEBASTIAN) since March 2007.
COLLABORATOR OF THE CREATION AND CULTURAL DIFFUSION DIRECTORATE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CULTURE OF THE BASQUE GOVERNMENT IN ITS THEATER SECTION. From 1.996 to 2009.