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CSD, new creators

CSD - Conservatori Superior de Dansa, Institut del Teatre

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A sample of the work of the new creators trained at the Conservatori Superior de Dansa (Higher Conservatory of Dance), a commitment to a diverse, plural approach to dance and contemporary theatrical creation.

The programme presents a collection of five pieces in different formats and styles created by a selection of choreographers, final year students in the speciality of Choreography and Performance, and/or recent graduates from the Conservatori Superior de Dansa, belonging to the Institut del Teatre in Barcelona. These choreographic works show the great diversity of languages, styles and aesthetics in contemporary creation. They are a sample of the work of the new creators trained at the CSD, a commitment to a diverse, plural approach to dance and contemporary theatrical creation.

The Conservatori Superior de Dansa offers an education in higher dance studies in the specialities of Choreography and Performance and in Dance Pedagogy.

Order of appearance:

1. Núria Crespo Pérez – Ciutat

Solo, 10 min

Synopsis:

A composition of movements that are taken from the imaginary of meeting places, the impact made by architecture on the bodies that pass through it, thus generating the way of relating ourselves to other bodies.

2. Mabel Olea – JAPAN

Group, 15 min

Synopsis:

JAPAN is based on the lack of skill to develop a look back on life from an exaggerated, fantastic, thrilling and naive place. It considers the different stages of life, childhood-youth/adulthood-old age, and explores and confronts how the lack of skill operates on these bodies and in different social situations. An ode to the lack of skill, surprise and play.

3. Emma Romeu – Sola A

Solo, 9 min

Synopsis:

Right - Left Right - Left TAKE IT BACK
Right - Left Right - Left TO THE FRONT
Right - Left Right - Left TAKE IT BACK
Right - Left Right – Left.
SHOULDER – STEP, NOTHING – STEP, SHOULDER – STEP, SHOULDER – STEP
PUT IT BOUNDS, PUT IT BOUNDS, PUT IR BOUNDS, PUT IR BOUNDS.
SWIM TOGETHER - SWIM JUMP!
SWIM TOGETHER - SWIM JUMP!

4. Silvia Batet - Oblivion

Group, 16 min

Synopsis:

Oblivion is a word that in English means oblit, but which can also be related to the concept of “purgatory”. In a world halfway between surrealistic and dreamlike, Oblivion could be an image of the classic afterlife, as Dante describes it in The Divine Comedy: a place determined by the idea of the circle, by the eternal wandering of bodies in space; but it could also be a mental space of longing, where we visit and revisit the memory of things past. Wandering, vacare in Latin, means drifting around, floating, roaming; but also “being empty”. When all is said and done, the afterlife and oblivion could be one and the same thing.

5. Julia Romero – Ofelia

Solo, 10 min

Synopsis:

The name Ophelia is associated with Shakespeare’s character as a symbol of romanticism and also as simple women’s name that could include all women. The piece investigates the absurdity of what is culturally established as a pattern of behaviour and aesthetics in women’s bodies.

On 18 March, the pieces will be followed by a discussion after the show.

Planned functions

Barcelona

SAT! Sant Andreu Teatre
18 March at 20:00h
SAT! Sant Andreu Teatre
19 March at 20:00h

Show details

Duration
60 minutes
Price
6 €
Núria Crespo Pérez – Ciutat
Creation/ choreography
Núria Crespo Pérez
Music
Agustí Fernández – Llimona
Performer
Núria Crespo Pérez
Mabel Olea – JAPAN
Creation, choreography and direction
Mabel Olea
Performers
Tanit Cobas, María Jurado, Mabel Olea, Eira Riera, Paula Tato, Hanna Tervonen and Úrsula Urgelés
Costume design and creation
Joan Ros
Soundscape
Guillem Font
Lighting design
Guillem Font and Mariona Ubia
Photography
Luis San Andrés Malo
Making of teaser
Marta Barrufet, Clàudia Vila and Pau Vall
Emma Romeu – Sola A
Choreography and performance
Emma Romeu Ferrer
Costumes
Emma Romeu Ferrer
Music and editing
Emma Romeu after Thriller by Michael Jackson
Silvia Batet - Oblivion
Choreography
Silvia Batet
Direction
Silvia Batet
Performers
Marta García, Vera Palomino, Raquel Romero, Pere Seda and Anna Serra
Set design, lighting and costumes
Quim Algora
Music composition
Sergi Puig
Music publishing
Jose González
Julia Romero – Ofelia
Choreography and interpretation
Julia Romero
Music
Brenda Lee
Photography
Mai Ibargüen