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Gods and Dogs. Jirí Kylián. Foto: Daisyi Komen

A REPERTOIRE OF AMPLE SPECTRE

Marius Petipa, Lev Ivanov, William Forsythe, Jirí Kylián, Ohad Naharin, Roland Petit, Jérôme Robbins, José Carlos Martínez, Johan Inger, Nacho Duato,  Itzik Galili, Jérôme Bel, Ricardo Clue.

  • Dulcinea cubierta con un velo

  • DON QUIXOTE 

  • JOSÉ CARLOS MARTÍNEZ
  • Carmen y don José por Kayoko Everhart y Daan Vervoort

  • CARMEN

  • JOHAN INGER
  • Pareja con los brazos en vertical mirando al frente

  • THE VERTIGINOUS TRILL OF EXACTITUDE

  • WILLIAM FORSYTHE
  • Bailarín contemporáneo con mallas verdes

  • ARTIFACT SUITE

  • WILLIAM FORSYTHE
  • Dancer with his shadow

  • ENEMY IN THE FIGURE

  • WILLIAM FORSYTHE
  • Grupo de bailarines vestidos con traje

  • MINUS 16

  • OHAD NAHARIN
  • Pareja de danza con guitarra española

  • DON QUIXOTE SUITE

  • JOSÉ CARLOS MARTÍNEZ

Pas de deux. Dancers:  Haruhi Otani and Yanier Gómez

PAS DE DEUX BLACK SWAN

PETIPA & IVANOV
  • Pareja clásica bailando bajo las estrellas

  • IN THE NIGHT

  • JÉRÔME ROBBINS
  • Bailarín arrodillado con los brazos hacia atrás

  • THE SWAN

  • RICARDO CUE
  • Gran salto de una bailarina con las piernas extendidas

  • LA FAVORITA

  • JOSÉ CARLOS MARTÍNEZ
  • Un bailarín gira con un botafumeiro que libera incienso

  • POR VOS MUERO

  • NACHO DUATO
  • Bailarina bajo luces cónicas

  • HIKARIZATTO

  • ITZIK GALILI
  • Dos bailarines, uno sujeta a otro con expresión de mucho dolor

  • GODS AND DOGS

  • JIŘÍ KYLIÁN

Pareja abrazada vestida de calle

THE SHOW MUST GO ON

JÉRÔME BEL
  • Pareja clasica de danza sobre fondo color teja

  • NUTCRACKER PAS DE DEUX

  • JOSÉ CARLOS MARTÍNEZ
  • Pareja clásica, ella viste tul blanco

  • WHITE SWAN PAS DE DEUX

  • LEV IVANOV

Absolutio, Altea Nunez. Embraced dancer partners

  • ABSOLUTIO

  • ALTEA NÚÑEZ
  • Jian. Iratxe Ansa & Igor Bacovich. Female dancer with a mask

  • JIÁN

  • IRATXE ANSA E IGOR BACOVICH
  • Odila by Mario Bermúdez Gil. Dance partners

  • ODILA

  • MARIO BERMÚDEZ GIL
  • Three Bach Seh Yun Kim. Pas de deux with blue background

  • TRIPLE BACH

  • SEH YUN KIM

A new season for further growth

Seventh season under José Carlos Martínez as CND director

Following six years of hard work, the CND today boasts a broad repertoire ranging from classical works to the contemporary choreographic creations of the 21st and 20th Centuries. The number of national and international tours has grown considerably since 2010. That growth is in parallel to the development of our training programme and increased social participation and the search for new audiences. The 2017/2018 season sees our progress continues down that same road, with new and widely varying choreographies entering the CND’s repertoire.
From maestro Kylian’s ‘Gods and Dogs’ to the French non-danse piece ‘The Show Must Go On’, by Jerome Bell, the repertoire encompasses pieces such as ‘Hikarizatto’, by Israel’s Itzik Galili, and also includes ‘Por Vos Muero’, an in-house piece from one the of the most creative periods of former CND director Nacho Duato.
The company has grown this season with the help of INAEM and now hosts a cast of 50 dancers. With a view to the future, this troupe is already in the process of preparing a new classical production of a Nutcracker Suite, to debut the following season and then tour the greatest theatres of our country.
Our production of ‘Carmen’, which debuted in 2015 to win the Prix Benois de la Danse, will now tour France, South Korea and Sweden, before heading out to the West Coast of USA, a country the company has not visited for some years. ‘Don Quixote’ will tour Spain and will also visit Abu Dhabi.
Our production ‘Una Noche con Forsythe’ (‘A Night with Forsythe’) will visit France before touring at home. In our home tours, audiences can also experience works by such prestigious choreographers as Jérôme Robbins, Roland Petit and Marius Petipa (whose 200th birthday we will celebrate) as well as other, emerging choreographers, demonstrating the company’s diversity and versatility.
A new call for contenders to enter our creative residencies will be held. We will also be holding a range of activities (workshops, gatherings, talks, open-door events), with a view to bringing dance closer and closer to people, growing our loyalty base and audience.

JOSÉ CARLOS MARTÍNEZ

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