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Panel 1: Happy summer

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Happy summer

Panel 2: Next season

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Next season

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Let dance transform you

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Educational project

. Through the storytelling of Giselle, we seek to stimulate the imagination, sensitivity an memory of boys and girls, making them participants of the story, its traditions, musical and dance knowledge.

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Carmen, the tale

The Compañía Nacional de Danza presented the story Carmen on January 28th, coinciding with the School Day of Non-Violence and Peace. The story Carmen reflects the passions and values ​​traced through movement in the ballet Carmen, by Johan Inger. Written by Margarita del Mazo. Illustrated by Concha Pasamar. Editorial Cuento de Luz

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Next Season 22/23

Let dance transform you! The Compañía Nacional de Danza (CND) presents its programming for the 22/23 season: – 15 cities (7 abroad) – 59 shows – 13 premieres (4 absolute premieres)
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DECLARACIÓN INSTITUCIONAL EN SOLIDARIDAD CON LOS CIUDADANOS Y CIUDADANAS DE UCRANIA

Acuerdo por el que se aprueba una declaración institucional en solidaridad con los ciudadanos y ciudadanas de Ucrania. La invasión de Ucrania por parte de Rusia está generando la llegada a la Unión Europea de cientos de miles de refugiados. Asimismo, el inicio de la guerra impide el regreso a Ucrania de muchos ucranianos que se encuentran en situación de estancia en nuestro país (actualmente en torno a 114.000).Nuestro país no puede quedar indiferente ante la dramática situación de la población ucraniana que está huyendo de su país o que no puede regresar a él por causa de la guerra. Es el momento de mostrar nuestra solidaridad con el pueblo ucraniano. Nuestra Política Exterior, orientada a la protección de los refugiados, nos exige tomar medidas excepcionales ante esta realidad.En este contexto, a propuesta del Ministro de Asuntos Exteriores, Unión Europea y Cooperación, el Consejo de Ministros aprueba una Declaración Institucional en solidaridad con los ciudadanos y ciudadanas de Ucrania, cuyo texto se inserta a continuación: “DECLARACIÓN INSTITUCIONAL DEL CONSEJO DE MINISTROS EN SOLIDARIDAD CON LOS CIUDADANOS Y CIUDADANAS DE UCRANIA A la vista del actual conflicto bélico existente en Ucrania, y de los cientos de miles de personas ucranianas que están abandonando el país, el Gobierno español declara su compromiso decidido e inquebrantable de apoyar al pueblo ucraniano y se compromete a velar por su bienestar y atender sus necesidades, tanto respecto de aquellos ciudadanos y ciudadanas de Ucrania que se encuentren en nuestro país, como de aquellos que puedan llegar al mismo en días venideros.En concreto, el Gobierno español se compromete a alinearse con la decisión que adopte el Consejo de la Unión Europea en lo relativo a la posible concesión de protección temporal en caso de afluencia masiva de personas desplazadas y a medidas de fomento de un esfuerzo equitativo entre los Estados miembros para acoger a dichas personas y asumir las consecuencias de su acogida.Con respecto a los ciudadanos ucranianos que viven en España, se adoptarán las medidas necesarias para garantizar que puedan permanecer y trabajar en nuestro país, acceder a la atención sanitaria y educativa, así como a las ayudas sociales que correspondan”. ELÉVESE AL CONSEJO DE MINISTROSMadrid, de de 2022EL MINISTRO DE ASUNTOS EXTERIORES, UNIÓN EUROPEAY COOPERACIÓNJosé Manuel Albares Bueno Ver Declaración en pdf
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Meet our dancers: Benjamin Poirier

Benjamin defines himself as "an elegant and determined dancer who transforms on stage." French by birth, he studied ballet at the École Nationale de Danse de l’Opéra de Paris (Nanterre), at the Conservatoire National Boulogne Billancourt and at the English National Ballet School (London). He has been part of the Compañía Nacional de Danza since 2014.
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Meet our dancers: Aleix Mañé

Aleix Mañé is a dancer from Tarragona, where he began his studies at the official Artemi dance center. In 2001 he entered the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona. Then, in 2003, he was awarded a scholarship at the Roseta Mauri International Competition bringing him to move to the Royal Professional Conservatory of Dance in Madrid. In 2006 he joined the Compañía Nacional de Danza under the direction of Nacho Duato.
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Meet our dancers: Laura Pérez Hierro

Laura Pérez Hierro describes herself as "a strong, intelligent and effective dancer". As a child, she learned that goals are reached with dedication, effort and discipline. Responsible and consistent in her work and in her quest to continue learning, Laura has been part of the Compañía Nacional de Danza since 2017, during which time she has evolved and grown both as a dancer and as a person.
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Meet our dancers: Giada Rossi

Giada Rossi defines her relationship with dance as "a necessity". Italian by birth, Giada trained at some of the most prestigious schools in Europe, such as the Paris National Superior Conservatory of Music and Dance or London’s Royal Ballet Upper School. She has been part of the Compañía Nacional de Danza for seven years and, since 2019, has also been a soloist dancer. At the CND she has danced Love Fear Loss by Ricardo Amarante, Arriagaby Joaquín De Luz, Pino Alosa and Mar Aguiló and Apolloby George Balanchine, among others.
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Meet our dancers: Tamara Juárez

Tamara Juárez is synonymous with sweetness. The calm that she exudes when speaking is reflected in her movements as a dancer. Born in Guadalajara, Tamara describes herself as a "classical" dancer that leaves the door open to other styles. Aware of the transience of life, she takes advantage of each day to work, train and enjoy small pleasures such as walking in the countryside with her dogs.
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Meet our dancers: Ayuka Nitta

Ayuka Nitta is a dancer of Japanese origin who began her career at the age of ten. She has worked at the National Silesian Theatre (Czech Republic) and at the Greek National Opera Ballet, where she participated in Nacho Duato's Herrumbre. Ayuka is also one of the latest additions to the Compañía Nacional de Danza. She joined the CND last year under the artistic direction of Joaquín De Luz.  A lover of Spanish food, her daily life is marked by her intense work and her progressive adaptation to Spanish customs and routine.
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Meet our dancers: Felipe Domingos

Felipe Domingos is one of the latest additions to the CND. He is also one of its youngest dancers. Born and raised in São Paulo (Brazil), he has movement and dance in his blood. Despite his youth, he has danced across three continents and dozens of countries. Now he is adapting to ours in an environment that he describes as "incredible".
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#CND Workshops: different states of consciousness

The activity in the Compñaía Nacional de Danza has not stopped even with the arrival of the end of the year.
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