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Cloenda Cornellà del Llobregat

Cornellà joins the great dance celebration with A tres bandes, a choreographic work by Amparo Ruiz, Eva Gris and Vanessa Adrián Gómez, to be danced by professional pupils from their respective schools.

Schedule shows

Cornellà de Llobregat

Plaça de Catalunya
17 March at 12:15

Territori Dansa

La Quinzena will close in L’Hospitalet with an open and participative day of dance on the street in an urban environment: the paved square with a contemporary look of the Poliesportiu del Centre, the lawns of the gardens of Can Sumarro, the flagstones of Carrer Xipreret, corners of the city of varying sizes and characteristics, and historic buildings. A diverse landscape for an ambitious Territori Dansa!

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L'Hospitalet

Plaça del Poliesportiu del Centre
17 March at 11:30

Children dance too

A day before this group dance, the boys and girls of L’Hospitalet will come out onto the street to dance! Under the guidance of music and PE teachers, and co-ordinated by the dance and music teachers at the Escola Municipal de Música Centre de les Arts (EMMCA), pupils in their first year of primary education in public-sector schools in the city will bop and boogie in the centre of L’Hospitalet to the rhythms of gypsy jazz, pop rock and traditional melodies.

Schedule shows

L'Hospitalet

Plaça de l'Ajuntament
16 March at 15:00
Plaça de l'Ajuntament
16 March at 16:00

Closing event: join the fun on 17 March

Toni Mira, one of the leading figures in contemporary dance in Catalonia, has created a dance piece for active people. It is a participative dance proposal aimed at everyone who wants to join in. If you do Zumba, hip-hop, flamenco, classical ballet, aerobics or ballroom dancing, you can participate in a group dance that will be held simultaneously at 12.00 midday in every city participating in La Quinzena. This is Movent emocions. Whatever your age, experience or standard, what matters here is that you’re keen to dance.

Schedule shows

Esplugues

Parc Pou d'en Fèlix
17 March at 12:00

L'Hospitalet

Plaça del Poliesportiu del Centre
17 March at 12:00

Santa Coloma de Gramenet

Plaça de la Vila
17 March at 12:00

Badalona

Centre Cultural l'Escorxador
17 March at 12:00

Barcelona

Jardins de les Tres Xemeneies
17 March at 12:00

Cornellà de Llobregat

Plaça de Catalunya
17 March at 12:00

Zaquizamí

Every time the light comes on, the crocodile soft toys have an ever greater liking for jazz; every time the light comes on, the girls have left home; and every time the light comes on, an old umbrella recovers its power to turn rain into spring. Every time the light comes on in our Zaquizamí, a closed room at the end of a corridor, the lame dancer can dance, the blind tightrope walker can cross the void and no-one can stop the gorilla and the owl from celebrating their love, even though their wings and legs always end up in a tangle.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

CC Barceloneta
10 March at 18:00
Auditori Sant Martí
11 March at 12:00

Follow the leader

When a Xevi and a Xavi meet, you get a XeviXaviXou.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Auditori Sant Martí
16 March at 20:00

Dios menguante

A man and a woman look for, find and hide from a shrinking god. These two disparate characters—she is a portly matron; he wears a clergyman’s cassock—come across each other one laundry day on a rooftop, with a washing machine that goes round endlessly and lines waiting for the trousers, skirts, stockings and bras that the woman will hang out.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

CC Baró de Viver
2 March at 20:00
Lluïsos d'Horta
4 March at 18:00
CC Tomasa Cuevas - Les Corts
16 March at 21:00

La partida

Inspired by the universe portrayed in Paolo Zucca’s film L’arbitro, this choreographic piece establishes a dialogue between contemporary dance and football. Five dancers, five footballers and a referee reveal the similarities and differences between the two disciplines.

La partida is a reflection on humans’ needs and priorities. Passion and humour, strength and sensitivity, animality and sophistication confront each other in a game in which the protagonists and the spectators risk their lives on the field of play.

Schedule shows

Esplugues

Parc Pou d'en Fèlix
4 March at 18:00

L'Hospitalet

Poliesportiu del Centre
17 March at 19:30

PX8

In recent years, Jordi Galí has moved his work out into the public space, in which he explores the relationship with the object. To do this, he uses a range of approaches, from simple manipulation to the construction of ephemeral edifices. In P18, the object is eliminated and replaced by five performers, five bodies that are at one and the same time actors and media, builders and materials of the edifices that are created; arms, legs, heads, elbows and knees interlink to form unique architectural structures that demonstrate the intelligence of the body.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

CCCB Pati de les Dones
10 March at 12:00
CCCB Pati de les Dones
10 March at 13:30
Plaça dels Àngels
10 March at 17:00
CCCB Pati de les Dones
11 March at 12:30
CCCB Pati de les Dones
11 March at 13:30
Plaça dels Àngels
11 March at 17:00

DATA

The dancer and choreographer Lipi Hernández presents the results of her research into the act of dancing: DATA is a methodology that she has put into practice through the bodies and minds of the dancers who have worked with her in educational and choreographic processes in the last ten years. She is interested in the relationship between the individual and the collective, and the central thread of her proposal is the overflowing of form through a physical practice founded on meditation, mantras, Kabbalah and postmodern dance.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Mercat de les Flors
2 March at 18:00
Mercat de les Flors
3 March at 17:00

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