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In Residence 2019


Aimed at fostering choreographic creation among young artists, the Compañía Nacional de Danza (CND) holds its “Creative Residencies” every year, targeting emerging choreographers and/or companies. The initiative was launched in 2014 and this year’s is the 5th Edition. “Creative Residencies” is enabling young talent to create new choreographic projects. The CND collaborates closely with the initiative, placing its resources at the disposal of young talent to facilitate their development.

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      • AI Do Project. Invisible Beauty
    • Dan Lourenço Dance. State



      Synopsis: In a State controlled by power, money and fear, citizens believe they enjoy a freedom that they do not really possess. The way they move, cry, smile and wait does not belong to them anymore. Emotion does not exist, there is no place for it. Two people perform their show, twice a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Their movements are robotic, mechanical, there is nothing they can control because they control nothing: they have become automatons. The only thing that seems to be able to release them are the memories in which human emotion seems to be discovered through the traditional dance of previous generations that have already left.

      • Choreography: Daniel Navarro Lorenzo
      • Dancers: Daniel Navarro Lorenzo & Laura García Aguilera.
      • Music: Motoc by Loscil, Hubble by Actress 
      • Tour, a fragile geography:
      • - 28 June, 2019 Anatomy 20 in Summerhall Edinburgh
      • -10 August, 2019  Festival Fringe in Dance Base, Edimburgo
      • -6  September, 2019 Hospital Queen Elisabeth, Glasgow
      • -19 October, 2019 Dance Live Festival, Aberdeen
      • Ensayo en la sede de la CND. Dan Laourenço Dance
        Ensayo en la sede de la CND. Dan Laourenço Dance 1
        Ensayo en la sede de la CND. Dan Laourenço Dance 2
        Ensayo en la sede de la CND. Dan Laourenço Dance 3


      Daniel Navarro Lorenzo was born in Barcelona. After graduating from the professional Conservatoire of Dance of Barcelona, Institut del Teatre in 2010,  He has danced with companies such as Frontier Danceland (Singapore), Y-Space (Hong Kong), Nunzio Impellizzeri Dance Company (Switzerland), Simba Dance Ensamble (Norway), Phoenix Dance Theatre (UK), White & Givan (UK), Polish Dance Theatre (Poland), Dantzaz Konpainia (Spain), Compagnie Ballet Junior Epsedanse (France) among others.Daniel Navarro Lorenzo was born in Barcelona. After graduating from the professional Conservatoire of Dance of Barcelona, Institut del Teatre in 2010,  He has danced with companies such as Frontier Danceland (Singapore), Y-Space (Hong Kong), Nunzio Impellizzeri Dance Company (Switzerland), Simba Dance Ensamble (Norway), Phoenix Dance Theatre (UK), White & Givan (UK), Polish Dance Theatre (Poland), Dantzaz Konpainia (Spain), Compagnie Ballet Junior Epsedanse (France) among others.
      Daniel has worked with choreographers such as Ohad Naharin, Itzik Galili, Jo Strømgren, Lukáš Timulak, Eric Gauthier, Claude Brumachon, Gustavo Ramirez, Shahar Binyamini, Thierry Malandine, Patricia Lent, Errol White, Gabrielle Nankivell, Luke Smiles and others.
      Choreographic Awards:
      -2011, L'Estruch award, LAVA award and finalist of the 10th Choreographic Competition of Burgos- New York. 
      -2010, 1st award in the I Delmar Choreographic Award of María Carbonell in Valencia, Spain.

    • Arnau Pérez. Young Blood

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      • Concepto y coreografía: Arnau Pérez de la Fuente
      • Interpretación: Maddi Ruiz De Loizaga, Adrián Manzano y Arnau Pérez
      • Iluminación: Álvaro Estrada
      • Vestuario: Gemma Espinosa
      • Fotografía y vídeo: Diego Pérez
      • Apoyo de: Compañía nacional de Danza, Centro de Danza Canal, Centro de Danza Zaragoza, Estruch Fábrica de Creación y Pasoa2
      • Sinopsis:

      Propuesta dancística desarrollada e interpretada por tres bailarines. La propuesta se basa en el término Young Blood y mediante la generación cinética de los cuerpos en escena se desarrolla el concepto con cierto aire innovador a favor de las nuevas generaciones. Usando como pilar la danza contemporánea, se disponen en escena dinámicas y estructuras espaciales en relación a las danzas urbanas debido al símil reivindicativo con la cultura hip hop.

      • Fecha y lugar de estreno
      • 23 de Noviembre, 2019 Teatro del Estruch Fábrica de Creació (Sabadell)
      • Blood. Arnau Pérez
        Blood. Arnau Pérez
        Blood. Arnau Pérez
    • Xian Martínez. Tacto(Next translation)


      Se plantea como un nuevo proyecto de creación de danza contemporánea de carácter multidisciplinar, en el que se conjuga el lenguaje de la fotografía junto con el de la danza. En un primer lugar el proyecto de danza tiene cuatro vertientes posibles que se complementan posteriormente con el proyecto fotográfico, por lo que en este dossier se desarrollará primero la línea de danza.

      La Idea de –Tacto parte del contacto entre seres humanos. En él se realizará un estudio del contacto físico entre personas, de cómo funciona este y de qué significado tiene. Desde diferentes pautas se desarrollará un material coreográfico que finalmente será cerrado y estructurado generando una pieza que plasme como las diferentes formas de contacto entre el ser humano aportan una información u otra, se estudiará cómo cada emoción se dibuja en el movimiento y se realizará un viaje desde el amor más profundo hasta el odio más extremo, pasando por todos los puntos intermedios, tanto a nivel emocional como de movimiento.


    • CND In residence 18/19. Creepy Crawly


      Creepy Crawly outlines a cast of characters who consciously conceal aspects of themselves from those around them. They hide truths of who they are, where they come from and whom they love. They fear shame, rejection, gossip and embarrassment. They whisper stories but never want the story to be about them.

      The control in the expression of emotions is one of the first lessons the child must learn. Man must suppress crying, he can not give excessive signs of affection in public, he has to be dominant and, sometimes, even derogatory. Definitely, he must be strong not to resemble the other, who is supposed to be fragile and is the object of derision and contempt.

      Thus, an alternative masculinity to the traditional one emerges, which on this occasion is shown not only in the bodies of the people portrayed, who look at the spectator in the eyes without imposture, but also in the point of view as a spectator who, without limiting himself to being a mere voyeur, appears as an active participant in this intimacy.

      The piece reflects on the journey towards the acceptance of one self, despite that the common in the society is to change to be part of a group.

      Premiered 24 March,  2018 en el Centro Cultural Eduardo Urculo of Madrid.

        • Choreography and project direction: Jon López
        • Collaboration in the direction: Martxel Rodriguez 
        • Performers: Martxel Rodriguez, Eduardo Ramirez and Marcos Martincano
        • Sound space: Anne James Chaton, Mica Levy, M. Ostermeier and  Jon López
        • Lighting designer: David Naranjo
        • Costume designer: Lola García "Lalola" / Iñaki Cobos

      Creepy Crawly Trailer from Led Silhouette on Vimeo.


      Residencias Cnd 2019. Ai Do Project 1
      Residencias Cnd 2019.  Ai Do Project
      Flyer Residencias Cnd 19 Ai Do Project
      Flyer Residencias Cnd 19 Ai Do Project


      A sample and approach to the Schubert creative project, with the participation of the music students MUSIKENE and the pianist Mari Tere Balerdi. Movement Workshop (Dantza eta Mugimendua) in AFEGI by the Dance Company Ai Do Project - Iker Arrue.

      The project is composed of a series of CREATIVE SEMINARS and CULTURAL ACTIVITIES:- The creative seminars utilise contemporary dance to stimulate cognitive responses and memory recognition in people with Alzheimer´s disease. The seminars include a pedagogical program for music and dance students.- The cultural activities are aimed at a general audience to raise awareness, normalize and give visibility toboth the disease and the project itself.AI DŌ PROJECT integrates short dance performances in the seminars adequate for the attendees. During the creative residency at the CND, AI DŌ PROJECT developed some of the pieces which have been performed in the seminars throughout the year.On May 24th, AI DŌ PROJECT will premiere its latest production, SCHUBERT, at the Victoria Eugenia Theater, in San Sebastián. The pieces created 'in residency' at the CND have been integrated to this new production.

      SCHUBERT PROMO from AI DŌ PROJECT,Iker Arrue on Vimeo.

    • Raquel Salamanca. Ai Do Project
      Raquel Salamanca. Ai Do Project
      Marina Minguelez.  Ai Do Project
      Marina Minguelez. Ai Do Project


      • Based based on the play Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
      • Direction and Choreography: Marina Miguélez
      • Interpretation: Raquel Salamanca Santaella, Marina Miguélez
      • Music and Sound: Selenite

      SINOPSIS: VERSUS thoroughly studies the dramatic text by Shakespeare Julius Caesar, extracting the essence of its two main characters: only by observing the particularities of Brutus and Marc Antony, understanding their emotional and mental mechanisms, we can narrate the story of the conspiration against the roman emperor. The contemporary dance piece, performed in this case by two women, is eager to observe and pay tribute some of the cultural aspects of Ancient Rome, bringing to our days the antique vision of values that live trough time, such as friendship, patriotism, ambition or loyalty. The piece develops a deep movement and dramaturgy research work, and starts off the perspective of physical theater, mixing in its process movement, expression and text. Brutus: " If then they demand why Brutus rose against Caesar, this is my answer: Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more."

      On April 6, in the midst of the creative process (the residency ends on April 12), a small exhibition will be held at Bastardo Hostel (Madrid) with a commentary on the project.

      • - Next Functions -
      • 6 April MADRID - Bastardo Hostel: Versus (Work in project)
      • 20 April ALMERÍA - Carboneras: Within + No se baila en la cocina
      • 6 May SEVILLA - Mairena del Alcor: No se baila en la cocina (children)
      • 8 May ALMERÍA - El Ejido: No se baila en la cocina (children)
      • 9 May ALMERIÍA - Adra: No se baila en la cocina (children)
      • 15 May MÁLAGA - Marbella: Packed with love... o lo de Escarlata and Vito (premiere)
      • 16 November 2019 HUELVA - Cortegana: Within + No se baila en la cocina
      • 21 November 2019 GRANADA - Albolote: No se baila en la cocina (children)
    • tarjeta


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      Orimel es una pieza de danza española en la que se quiere mostrar y transmitir, principalmente, la belleza, estética y carácter de la Escuela Bolera a través de diferentes imágenes que crean Debussy y Chapí con sus músicas. Será la figura de: presentadora, la que dará vida a estas imágenes, ofreciendolas al público mientras forma parte de ellas. Con esta pieza, se pretende revitalizar el lenguaje de la Escuela Bolera coreográfica e interpretativamente. Mientras recuerda su lado más tradicional nos mantiene en la actualidad. Orimel es una apuesta para exprimir y seguir dejando crecer este lenguaje tan característico, pero olvidado, de la danza española.

      • Dibujo Cristina CazorlaFICHA ARTÍSTICA

      • Título: Orimel
      • Coreografía: Cristina Cazorla
      • Estreno: 30 Marzo de 2019, Certamen Coreográfico Distrito de Tetuán 2019 celebrado en Centro Cultural Eduardo Úrculo de Madrid
      • Intérpretes: Cristina Cazorla, Elena Ciruelos, Paula García, Mario García y Sergio Valverde
      • Duración: 13’ 30’’
      • Música: Claude Debussy y Ruperto Chapí
      • Edición Musical: Cristina Cazorla
      • Iluminación: David Naranjo
      • Figurines: José Rabasco
      • Realización de Vestuario: Carmen Sánchez “La Gerana”
      • Link vídeo completo: https://vimeo.com/316403098
    • Columpiant La Dansa. Covered head with plastic

      Residencias 18/19. Columpiant La Dansa.  Imagen blur de bailarina inclinada
      Residencias 18/19. Columpiant La Dansa.  Imagen blur de bailarina alzada
      Residencias 18/19. Columpiant La Dansa. Imagen blur de bailarina arrodillada
    • eva alonso

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      Eva Alonso pertenece a la Compañía Tercer Piso Danza, aquella donde desarrolla su labor como co-creadora e intérprete. Al mismo tiempo también participa en otros proyectos artísticos, siendo muy habitual su trabajo como intérprete-bailarina en las piezas del coreógrafo Jesús Rubio Gamo. No obstante, a continuación se aclara la primera, ya que es La Compañía Tercer Piso Danza es una joven compañía con base en Madrid formada por Eva Alonso, Adán Coronado y Leonardo Robayo.

      El trabajo coreográfico del colectivo parte del encuentro de posibilidades, de formas de ver e interpretar la danza y el arte escénico en general, en donde priman las búsquedas particulares de cada coreógrafo en cada pieza. En este sentido, el trabajo se alterna entre el rol de bailarín y coreógrafo-director. De esta manera, los resultados de las piezas de danza son fruto de diferentes perspectivas, ideas personales y formas particulares de entender el arte, pero guardan en común que todas provienen del cuestionamiento de la realidad y el intercambio de saberes, precursores de mundos posibles que nacen de vivencias e imaginarios.


      Eva Alonso. Tercer Piso
      Eva Alonso. Tercer Piso
      Eva Alonso. Tercer Piso
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CND Residencies 16/17


This initiative aims to facilitate emerging choreographers a space in which to work and experiment while promoting their creations through the communication platforms put at their disposition.


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    • La Phrármaco

  • Nocturno

    • Ensayo de la coreografía Nocturno. Paso a dos
      Ensayo de la coreografía Nocturno. Paso a dos
    • Choreography: Vitali Safronkine
    • Music: F.Chopin
    • Dancers: Christina Casa y Iker Murillo
    • Sinopsis: Después de 6 años creando para Covent Garden Dance Company, Vitali llevará una pieza única, inspirada en la belleza de los jardines Ingleses. En la creación de este año, la brisa que fluye a través de las rosas y las notas de Nocturne de Chopin, guiarán los cuerpos en movimiento hacia el anochecer.


    Retrato Iker Murillo. Residencias de Creación 2016/17

    Dancer and Artistic Director at Uniqart Dance Company. Mr. Murillo was born in San Sebastian, Spain and at fifteen years old he moved to Madrid in search of competitive dance training.He entered the distinguished “John Cranko Ballet School” in Stuttgart, Germany from which he later graduated.

    His professional dance career launched in 1997 as a “Soloist” with the “Saarländischen Staatstheater”, and in a quest to expand his repertoire he later joins the “Heinz Spöerli’s Zürich Ballet” in 2001 where he performed various breathtaking roles alongside world-renowned choreographers.

    His journey led him to the “Richard Wherlock’s Basel Ballet” until 2012. Since then, he has been touring and performing on famous stages worldwide with “The Béjart Ballet Lausanne”.

    Mr. Murillo’s unique trajectory of 17 years has merited him several mentions in the acclaimed “Ballettanz Magazine”: 2002 “Young Dancer to watch”, 2008 “Outstanding Dancer”, and “Dancer of the Year” in 2010.

    He received the “Dance Revelation” award in 2008 by “The Professional Dance Association of Gipuzkoa”.

    In 2012 he performed for the president of the Basque country. 


    Retrato Vitali Safronkine. Residencias de Creación 2016/17Resident choreographer at Uniqart Dance Company.

    Mr. Safronkine was born in Samara Russia and began his dance training at the “Rudolf Nureyev Ballet School“ and at the age of 15 he left his native country to advance his training at the “Swiss Professional Ballet School“ (SBBS) in Zürich.

    He is a recipient of “The Nureyev Foundation“ scholarship and achieved a finalist position in the world-renowned ballet competition “Prix de Lausanne“ in 2002.

    That same year he won the “International Kiev Ballet Competition“ in Ukraine.

    His professional career launched in 2004 with the “Heinz Spoerli’s Zürich Ballet“ where he reached the rank of “Soloist“ until 2010.

    Eager to evolve and grow in his neo-classical repertoire, Vitali joined the “Richard Wherlock’s Basel Ballet“ in 2011.

    In 2012 he continued his career at the “Béjart Ballet Lausanne“ where he not only expanded his repertory with various challenging roles, but also premiered as a choreographer by staging his timeless ballet “Reflejos” in June 2013.

    Since 2008, Vitali has produced over 14 original choreographies for established ballet companies, while fulfilling his obligations as a dancer.

    His breathtaking works have been performed in International Ballet Galas as well as in professional ballet competitions. Additionally, he has shared his passion for creating ballets with several ballet schools in Europe.

    As a 2013 nominee of “A New Name to Watch“ by Dance Europe Magazine, this unique entrepreneur is continuously looking to expand his horizons as a dancer and choreographer.

    In 2016 Finalist of the Emergent Choreographic Competition in Biarritz, organized by the Malandain Ballet and Bordeaux National Opera.

    Iker Murillo Director Artístico Uniqart Dance Company


    "Nocturne" rehearsal from Vitali Safronkine


    With his experience as actor, dancer, dance teacher and artistic director, the objective of Lucio Baglivo’s dances is to transmit emotions and connect with the spectator by enhancing the stage’s entire range through dance, acrobatics and theatre. Each project seeks its own language of movement and a uniquely staged poetry.

  • Residencias 16/17. Alejandro Moya
    Residencias 16/17.  Alejandro Moya
    • Lucero de la Mañana

    • Choreographer and Dancer: Alejandro Moya
    • Choreographic Assistant: Miguel Ballabriga
    • Photography: Miguel Ballabriga
    • Musical Montage: Juan Crespo
    • Video: Victor Pajares
    • Lighting Design: Beatriz Francos


    Alejandro Moya. Lucero de la MañanaA dance solo inspired by both the Spanish copla song form and bullfighting; a homage to Antonio Molina and the toreros.

    The dancer develops his sentiment and expression through the musical drama. The performance is punctuated with silences. There, within those silences, the language undergoes variations and the dance strolls through different physical phases. Everything combines to compliment the fundamental idea of expression; yet it is also made more distant. The piece works on different poetic words from the copla, emphasising and transmitting them in highly pronounced expressions.

    The piece is a ceremony where the dancer, in torero tradition, calls upon the morning star—the “Lucero de la mañana”—to shine good luck down on him. 

    Entering the stage, fragile but protected by his cape, he prepares the way for the first scene: a dream; a fantasy. The dream is “La Rosa del Penal”, a milonga dance of 1957, composed by Arroyo Benito and sung by Antonio Molina.

    On waking, he is disorientated; he wants to ask his morning star for luck but he cannot find it among the confusion of other lights. He enters into spirals that sway back and forth throughout the stage space until his cape finally stops his feet. Thwarted and sad, he slowly starts trying to escape his internal dilemma. It is then that the morning star starts to shine on him and he is able to finish his ceremony.

    This final scene is performed with the words from “Lucero de la Mañana”-­ Tientos de Perelló y Montorio.

    The piece includes the same words of Ángela Molina that helped inspire it. Those words, taken from an interview on the programme Cantares, are about Spanish popular song:

    “It is one of the most authentic forms of expression that we have. It’s a song form that’s with us in our bad times and our good times. It has always been a part of us; of our origins.

    “As a song form, it is a weapon and a reward at the same time and with which we plead fairness, with which we offer our love, with which we get closer to each other; it is a part of us.

    “I think we owe it to ourselves to be constantly aware of our roots and to value them and treasure them. To feel our connection with them has its place; it has a meaning; a raison d'être.” 

  • Otra Danza. Pélvico. Grupo de cuatro mujeres mirando a la izquierda

    Otra Danza. Pélvico

    Otra Danza. Pélvico. Grupo de cuatro mujeres en vista general con zapatos de tacón fino.

    Otra Danza. Pélvico 2

    Pélvico (Pelvic)

    Pélvico (Pelvic) is a contemporary dance piece which, far from avoiding stating the obvious, highlights it. It is a work conceived, choreographed and danced by women. It is not about woman but is born of woman. The body, its structure and its movement are the premise; a body of that sex exploring its properties as a gender.

    • Artistic director and choreographer: Asun Noales
    • Dancers: Saray Huertas, Diana Huertas, Carmela García, Asun Noales
    • Lighting design: Asun Noales / Richard Cano
    • Archives: Francisco Sarabia Marchirán
    • Wardrobe design: OD
    • Music: Various Composers
    • Photography and video: Germán Antón
    • Graphic design: Los Machos
    • Musical advisors:  Germán Antón y Francisco Sarabia Marchirán
    • Sound: Eurotrack Estudio
    • Technical director: Richard Cano
    • Communications: Francisco Sarabia Marchirán
    • Executive production and distribution: Amadeo Vañó – Cámara Blanca
    • Residency: CCCE L'Escorxador
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    Tangen Benzal. Festen (En Venta)
      • Idea, choreography and dancer: Jesús Benzal y Ole Kristian Tangen
      • Date and venue of premier: 28 April 2017 in Dansens Hus, Oslo – Norwegian National Theatre of Contemporary Dance
      • Wardrobe: Trude Amalie Leirpoll
      • Collaboration: Camille Balcaen, Clàudia Bosch, Irene Rubio
      • Duration: 15-25 min. 
    • SYNOPSIS: The action takes place in a lonely bar along an old road, now by-passed and practically in disuse. The  strange sedentary regulars somehow keep the inn going, precariously breathing thin life into the place. We see how each customer is living on the brink of oblivion; an existence where nothing lasts. All is ephemeral, even the repeated anecdotes and tales. All can be won and then lost in an instant. In this small community, each person’s routine loneliness is confronted with the unwanted arrival of the predictable; and it is from here that the piece unfolds.


    Residencias 16/17. Plataforma Displaced. Escena con una pareja en blanco y negro
    Residencias 16/17. Plataforma Displaced. Escena con una pareja en blanco y negro

    • A choreographic platform created by two dancers: Joana Brito and Wody Santana
    • Artistic director: Wody Santana
    • Choreography: Wody Santana / Joana Brito / Valentina Pedica
    • Dancers: Wody Santana / Valentina Pedica / Joana Brito
    • Lighting design: Israel G. López –Torrecilla Santana

    Displaced was an almost spontaneous creation, born of the strong artistic and personal connection between its creators; two people displaced by circumstance from their home country. Each feels a burning need to transmit a language of their own and tell their own story in that language. Their creative process sprouts strongly from their Portuguese-Brazilian roots. Special attention is paid to the sophistication of movement; a contagious process which develops into meticulous care paid to the slightest detail throughout the cast. To a large degree their working method is based on collaborations with artists from home and abroad from different artistic branches. That enables DISPLACED to generate versatile, creative and powerful works of art.

    Within the context of the CND residency, DISPLACED will continue working with the piece “Nuvem Congelada”. It has already participated in different festivals, contests and other events with this piece, which now forms part of its 2017 agenda. In parallel, DISPLACED will start a creative process with a new project: “Rapsodia”. The platform already has performances scheduled for this piece, which is also likely to form part of a project between Portugal  and Spain.


    Plataforma Displaced

    (Rhapsodies existed in ancient Greece when a rhapsode took a part of a Homer poem, reciting it and leaving the rest of the verses aside. In music, a rhapsody comprises freely joining different rhythms and themes that have no clear connection with each other). 
    Rhapsody is the joining of fragments of different ideas. We stepped out to take on a creative process that, at its base, has the idea of the inspirational or motivational void that the artist faces on taking on the process to create; and we transfer this idea to explore what it means in our daily lives. What is this search for motivation and what is it for?  What are we expecting? What inspires us? Why do we need inspiration? As a reference, we turn to the works “Waiting for Godot” by Samuel Beckett, “El Exilio de Gardel” by Fernando “Pino” Solanas and “Six Characters in Search of an Author” by Luigi Pirandello. All of those works represent that ‘absurd’ void. We have conceived the creation for three or four dancers in a hotel on New Year’s Eve. Because of the times, a forced partying atmosphere prevails, rather than one of spontaneity. And as the night unfolds the characters reflect on the year that is about to end and they excitedly guess on what the coming year has in store. With minimalistic artistry and theatrical farce, the dancers develop and embody the existentialist and pathetic discourse on their fears and frustrations, their “lack of life”, their nostalgia for when they dreamed of adventure.  

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  • La Phármaco. Miserere. Fotografía de escena con cuatro mujeres
    La Phármaco. Miserere. Escena con cuatro mujeres y un personaje vestido de blanco

    • Miserere

    • La Phármaco. Escena de MiserereArtistic director: Luz Arcas
    • Distribution and production: Julia Sueiro

    Since its birth in 2009 La Phármaco has aimed to revive the classical concept of scenic ceremony, in which expressive elements are brought together in the same tone and committed to the same message, all focussed on the human experience. La Phármaco believes that dance is not restricted to matters of either genders or style. Rather it believes its duty is to make visible all that was shrouded in darkness and to celebrate scenic ceremony as a necessary social and humanistic mechanism capable of conversing with the fundamental voices of our culture and our history.

    Miserere. “Cuando la noche llegue se cubrirán con ella” (“When night comes it will bring cover”) is a piece for five dancers with live music, specifically piano, wind instruments and voice and with an innovative use of stage space and video.

    • Choreography: Luz Arcas
    • Dramaturgy: Abraham Gragera
    • Artistic director: Luz Arcas
    • Distibution and production: Julia Sueiro, Sofía Manrique, La phármaco
    • Dancers: Raquel Sánchez, Begoñóa Quiñones, Ana Catalina Román, Nadia Vigueras, Elena González-Aurioles
    • Musical composition, piano and positif organ: Calos González
    • Voice: Laura Fernández
    • Wind instruments: Cristian Buades
    • Photography and video: Virginia Rota
    • Graphic design: María Peinado Florido
    • Wardrobe design: Heridadegato
    • Lighting: Jorge Colomer
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    • www.lapharmaco.com

    Alejandro Lara. Pujanza

     SYNOPSIS: PUJANZA is a Spanish dance project displaying Spanish dance pure and simple; no thrills or spills, just its different accents, its brio movements and its art.

    This project aims to take advantage of the few opportunities that young people who have trained in Spanish dance have to show their technical and artistic talent.

    Premier date: The creation PUJANZA will be premiered in full on Saturday 27 May 2017

    Acknowledgements and thanks to: Each of the dancers forming part of this project.

    The Compañía Nacional de Danza, the `Mariemma´ Royal Professional Dance Conservatory and and Rafael Aguilar’s Ballet Teatro.


    Fotografía Point of Clarity. Iratxe Ansa

    CONCEPT: Our point of departure will be pure physicality, building on the choreographic material developed during our travels this past year to ten different countries around the world, collaborating with an array of dancers and artists. We wish to remain open, without restrictions or barriers, to discover where our creativity will lead us.

    Web Iratxe Ansa

    Metamorphosis Web

  • Ensayo de Anatomía y Estrategia, tres mujeres arrodilladas
    Ensayo de Anatomía y Estrategia, dos mujeres estiran de la camiseta de una tercera


    “Anatomía y Estrategia” is the title of Natalia Fernandes’ solo, which won the Me, Myself and I category award in  29th Choreography Contest of Madrid (Certamen Coreográfico de Madrid).

    The solo suggests a close and vehemently critical look at the relationship humans have with their environment. It reflects, in a non-too-obvious way on the strategies our bodies build to tackle the boundaries between reality and human rationality.

    What is the relation between our bodies and the lines of reason drawn by our century? Where does the nature of our bodies begin and end? How do we control the defining lines? When do we lose control?


    As the result of an artistic collaboration between Natalia Fernandes and two resident artists in Madrid—Isabela Rossi and Dakota Comín—the project “Estudios para la Anatomía–La Mujer” (Studies of the Anatomy—Woman)marksa first step towards trying to access our contemporary thought, with all our questionings and behaviours, through the muscles, bones and organs.
    “The body is thought and so therefore body movement is the movement of thought.” That reasoning is the base and motor of Natalia’s physical work in this investigation, with thought and motion being a source of reciprocal action. n this first study, focused on the subject of woman and her anatomy, the dancers explore feminine thought and doubts and desires through the possibilities and limits marked by her anatomy. 

    • Natalia Fernandes. Ensayo Residencias CND 20107
    • Creation by Natalia Fernandes
    • Dancers: Dakota Comin and Isabela Rossi (Estudios para Anatomia – La Mujer), Natalia Fernandes (Anatomia y Estrategia)
    • Music: Rodrigo Ramos
    • Lighting: Pablo Seoane
    • Images and Video: Agustína Arán
    • Projected Text: Poema from ´Livro da Dança´ (‘Book of Dance’), by Gonçalo M Tavares
    • Teaser: Marlene González, Jonatan Doblado, Yaina Llano
    • With the collaboration of: Jeronimo Bittencourt, Clarissa Sachelli, Barbara Faustino, Gonçalo M Tavares, Isabela Rossi, Dakota Comin, Natalia Mendonça, Goncalo Marcelo
    • Research consulting: Bruno Dahia (Ph.D in International Law)

    Acknowledgement and thanks to: 29th Choreography Contest of Madrid (Certamen Coreográfico de Madrid), Pasoa2, Musibéria, Rua das Gaivotas, Teatros Canal/Centro de Danza Canal, Compañía Nacional de Danza, Choreographers en Comunidad-Conde Duque and Valdo.


    Natalia Fernandes is a Brazilian dancer and choreographer who has been living between Madrid and New York since 2015. She studied dance at the Campinas State University in Brazil. Her career includes, mainly, work as a dancer for a number of companies and choreographers in Brazil, Europe and USA. As a choreographer herself, she has worked since 2014 in different countries and has been researching different cultures across Germany, Brazil, Jordan, Spain, Portugal and Morocco. Her project 'The Oldest Thing in the World´  received the support both of the American Language Center in Tangiers and of the American Legation Museum in Tangiers.

    This project includes a fragment of the solo ´This is Not Mine´. This solo has been performed at various different festivals and theatres across Europe, Africa and the Americas since 2015. Natalia was invited as choreographer by Madrid’s Laboratorio 180 company to work on the project 'Anatomía y Estrategia I ´.

    In 2016, Natalia was an award winner in the 29th Choreography Contest of Madrid (Certamen Coreográfico de Madrid) within the Me, Myself and I category, for her solo version of 'Anatomia y Estrategia ' and recieved the support of the Pasoa2 team to carry out the creative work on that solo.

    Natalia is also the project director for the ongoing development of the piece ‘Estudios para Anatomia – La Mujer´, working with other artists in Madrid. She is a teacher of contemporary dance in Carmen Senra’s BambuDanza school. Additionally, she is carrying out a project of body awareness and contemporary dance for refugees together with the Spanish Commission for Refugee Aid (CAER) in Madrid. 

  • Cia Carmen Fumero. Eran Casi las Dos. Picture: Miguel Berrocal Gomez.jpg


    • Directors and choreographers: Miguel Ballabriga and Carmen Fumero
    • Dancers: Miguel Ballabriga and Carmen Fumero
    • Lighting design: Sergio García
    • Lighting technician: Beatriz Francos
    • Music: This Day In
    • SYNOPSIS: A woman, in a hurry, returning from a place she’d rather not talk about and on her way somewhere to meet somebody. She carries a feeling about her related to what has happened. The path ahead is long, almost interminable, and is like an extensive corridor lit by old lamps.
    • “If memory could be canned, I would prefer it didn’t have a use-by date”
    • “Chungking Express” by Wong Kar-Wai
    • Premier: Cuadernos Escénicos Festival, Garachico-Tenerife, July 2017.
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    ...ERAN CASI LAS DOS. Teaser. Carmen Fumero y Miguel Ballabriga.

  • The Marriage of Heaven and Hell

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    The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. Muriel Romero

    SYNOPSIS: The Marriage of Heaven and Hell is a choreographic piece based on the book of the same name by Willian Blake. The piece combines dance, electro-acoustic composition, interactive technology and cognitive sciences.

    The central core of Blake’s original work is the joining together of two apparently irreconcilable opposites. Specifically, there is the virtuous clarity of rational techno-scientific thought (heaven, logos) and its opposite; the possessed and relentless creative forces of both imagination and instinct that arise from bodily energy (hell, mythos).

    The joining of these two opposite and seemingly opposing poles takes place on stage with the coupling between bodily activity and technological abstraction as two complementary aspects of the same multidimensional interactive reality.  The piece explores and analyses the different qualities inherent in body movement, such as energy, fluidity, symmetry and impulsiveness. Those qualities are translated, in real time, into abstract digital sounds and visual effects, enhancing the reality of the dance and turning the stage space into a reactive setting emanating the body expressions of the dancers.

    One of the objectives of this exploration is to use interactive technology as a means to amplify body awareness and to renegotiate the limits of physicality. Here, the dancers’ and chorographer’s  activity takes on a cognitive function, using metaphor together with sculpted visuals that are somatosensory and tactile and engage cerebral-motor reaction while generating new forms of movement. This cognitive model of the body directly connects with Blake’s Marriage of Heaven and Hell; a visionary piece of work that breaks through the barriers between artistic imagination and rational thought, body and psyche, metaphor and concept.

    • Choreography: Muriel Romero
    • Music: Pablo Palacio
    • Dancers: 5 dancers. Casting still to be determined
    • Software and Interactive Technology: Daniel Bisig, Pablo Palacio and Infomus Casa Paganini
    • Lighting: Juan Antonio Casado
    • Wardrobe: Nicholás & Atienza
    • Production: Instituto Stocos
    • Supporters: University of Navarre, Compañía Nacional de Danza, Teatros del Canal,  EU ICT H2020, Hebel Halle (Heidelberg, Germany), Infomus-Casa Paganini- University of Genoa (Genoa, Italy) and Institute for Computer Music and Sound Technology of Zurich (Zurich, Switzerland)
    • The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (teaser video) from Pablo Palacio on Vimeo.

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CND Residencies 15/16


In order to impulse choreographic creations the Compañía Nacional de Danza (CND) summoned its annual edition of "choreographers in residence” which intended to be a frame work for emerging choreographers and/or companies. This initiative allows the creation of new choreographic projects by young talents with the CND collaboration, which provides resources to develop its progress. A large number of applications were selected this season.


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    • Alba Fernández


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    • Intérprete: Beatriz Argüello
    • Dirección: Beatriz Argüello y Hugo Pérez de la Pica
    • Texto: Hugo Pérez de la Pica
    • Coreografía: Helena Berrozpe (con la colaboración de Daniel Abreu)
    • Escenografía: Alicia Blas
    • Vestuario: Rosa García Andújar
    • Iluminación: Miguel Pérez Muñoz
    • Ayte. de dirección: Fran Guinot
    • Selección musical: Mikhail Studyenov / Emilio Conti
    • Dirección de producción: Rosa Fernández Cruz (Coart+e)
    • Ayudante de producción: Juan Carlos Muñoz (Coart+e)
    • Colaboran: Centro de Danza Canal y Compañía Nacional de Danza


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  • Venere. Dos mujeres en plano medio con la cara decorada
    Venere. Una pareja de hombres de espalda entre las sombras


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    SINOPSIS: Creación coreográfica para 6 intérpretes que viaja al amor y sus desordenes. La dureza en el ritmo, el ataque y su necesidad. Los estados y las contradicciones del afecto. VENERE (léase con acento en la primera “E”) es una palabra italiana que significa Venus, y abarca no sólo la idea de la diosa, sino la del planeta, jugado con esa idea que va desde el símbolo a la materia. Cómo uno ama y se ama a través de los demás. Hablar del afecto desde todas las ideas de la materia. La contradicción muscular y de cada símbolo. Y sobretodo se trata de responder de forma metafórica a la pregunta de ¿qué he hecho yo para pertenecer, para ser?
    • Dirección, coreografía y espacio: Daniel Abreu
    • Ayudante de dirección e iluminación: Irene Cantero
    • Intérpretes: Dácil González, Janet Novas, Pilar de Andrés, Janet Novas, Maxi Sandford y Daniel Abreu
    • Música: Collage
    • Textos: Daniel Abreu
    • Técnicos de sonido e iluminación: Irene Cantero y David Benito
    • Asistencia de producción: Dácil González
    • Distribución: Elena Santonja – Esmanagement
    • Subvencionado por la Comunidad de Madrid
    • Colabora: Centro de Danza Canal, Coreógrafos en Comunidad y Compañía Nacional de Danza

    Agradecimientos a: Mónica Runde, Virginia Rota, Alba González, Daniel Rodríguez, Jara Blanco, Tano Astiaso, Victor Colmenero, Francesco de Laurentiis, David Benito, Cristina Libertad, Roberto Baldinelli y Mar Rodríguez. Y a los bailarines que dieron y darán vida a la magia. 

    Venere. Daniel Abreu

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    Tejido conectivo es una plataforma que nace en 2010 bajo la dirección de Miguel Ángel Punzano y está dedicada a la investigación del movimiento, a la formación y a la difusión de la danza y las artes escénicas. Esta labor se desarrolla bajo un marco de colaboración impulsando y promocionando el intercambio entre artistas, docentes, disciplinas y culturas, orientado a la creación de redes, basadas en la cooperación y la colaboración entre personas y colectivos.


    Horizontes es un proyecto de investigación destinado a explorar el movimiento del centro entre esos dos lugares, entre el suelo y el cielo. Una exploración del movimiento y desplazamiento del centro en el espacio, en horizontal y en vertical, experimentando el movimiento desde la caída, utilizando la fuerza de gravedad para generar inercia y desplazamiento, tanto al bajar como al subir. La idea es abordar el trabajo desde el manejo del centro que se hace en las artes marciales o en determinados deportes, profundizar en las maneras de entrar y salir del suelo, de proyectar y volar el centro en el espacio y de transportarlo hacia nuevos horizontes.

    Horizontes es la continuación de un proceso de investigación llamado “Traveling” realizado a lo largo del año 2015, que sigue en marcha y que va a tener continuidad durante el mes de agosto con una residencia que tendrá lugar en Cáceres.

  • Grupo de enmascarados vestido de gris en torno a 4 sillas
    Grupo de enmascarados vestido de gris en torno a 4 sillas

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    Es una compañía creada por cuatro jóvenes artistas: Giuseppe Dagostino, Antonio de Rosa, Diego Tortelli y Mattia Russo. Kor’sia nace de la necesidad de comunicarse, de hacerse visibles como creadores e intérpretes. Existe en ellos la urgencia de utilizar un lenguaje, el del cuerpo, que la palabra no puede expresar. Y la primacía del riesgo como activo en la escena contemporánea dancística, que incorpora el cine, la fotografía, la literatura y la escultura como referencias para sus nuevas formas de expresión. Dentro de una realidad de la que somos conscientes de manera fragmentada, subdividida en compases de mutismo y sonido, movimiento y quietud, el silencio de la vida es lo que mueve el camino de los cuatro componentes de Kor’sia y el intercambio profesional es lo que les une. Kor’sia ha surgido tras un camino iniciado en 2012, con excelentes resultados, que les ha llevado al punto de profundizar en un hondo compromiso profesional: la creación de una compañía propia.

  • Amaya Galeote. Tres hombres tumbados vestidos con chandal en vista aérea
    Amaya Galeote. Mujer tumbada en el suelo en blanco y negro

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    Serafín Mesa. Entintamientos. Grafismo en tinta china
    Serafín Mesa. Entintamientos. Grafismo en tinta china 1
    Serafín Mesa. Entintamientos. Grafismo en tinta china 2

    Módulos y estructuras entre la animación y la danza, ambas tienen en  común ser representadas por el mismo autor. La tinta es el medio para representar tanto forma como energía.El bucle como sistema facilita que la narrativa de la coreografía generativa integre materiales gráficos y físicos en una sesión de vídeo jockey.

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    Archipiélago. Una figura horizontal sobre una mesa vertical y luces de fondo
    Archipiélago. Una figura de frente en plano medio, parece querer levantarse de una silla

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    Artistas Inflamables es una agrupación de artistas de varios países y procedentes de diversas áreas escénicas. En ‘Archipiélago’ participan tres intérpretes que, mediante el uso del movimiento, la palabra y la música, siguen los pasos del caminante de “Winterrreise” (Viaje de Invierno), poema de Wilhelm Müller.

    En palabras del propio Müller: "Desde los tiempos de Homero todo es viaje (La Odisea) o todo es guerra (La Ilíada) – nada pareciera poder escapar a esta regla de oro. Desde entonces contemplamos la vida como viaje y como guerra. De manera alternada o fusionada, el camino de nuestra existencia se construye sobre estos dos modelos. Como un extraño llegué y como un extraño me voy… Para mi viaje no puedo elegir el momento, debo hallar mi senda en la oscuridad".



    La Lengua de las Bestias. Una mujer con el pelo hacia delante y una maleta al fondo

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    ‘La lengua de las Bestias’ es un trabajo en el que ha colaborado la Compañía Nacional de Danza, Centro Danza Canal y Paso a2. ‘La Lengua de las Bestias’ fue seleccionada en la 28º edición del Certamen Coreográfico de Madrid dentro del proyecto de Me, Myself & I, ‘solos en estado de germen’ con el objetivo de continuar con su desarrollo. Esta propuesta además se presentó durante la última edición del certamen en diciembre de 2015, en calidad de compañía invitada junto a Las Hedonistas.

    ME Myself & I Alba Fernández "La lengua de las bestias"


  • Entre Mareas

    Entre Mareas. Dimo Kirilov

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    Ensayos para la reposición de la coreografía Entre Mareas con Dimo Kirilov y Tamako Akiyama.  

    El proyecto es una reflexión sobre las relaciones humanas y los patrones de comportamiento a pequeña escala, como en las parejas que han estado juntos durante mucho tiempo. Es sobre la evolución, transformación, desaparición y también la aparición de nuevos sentimientos. Sobre la interdependencia, la sensación de ser casi… uno, con sus aspectos tanto negativos como positivos.

    Es sobre el grado de honestidad, los pequeños secretos y mentiras dentro de la pareja y también en cada uno. Sobre como uno quería ser y como es ahora, sobre el deseo de volver a hacerlo todo de otra forma o repetir lo que fue…
    Sobre la vejez y la muerte, el miedo de quedarse solo o el deseo de irse juntos…. Sobre un tipo de relación de por vida, que fue una norma durante tanto tiempo y que es cada vez mas rara en la actualidad. Sobre la necesidad o la obligación...


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CND Residencies 14/15


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    Dani Panullo. Dancers playing with a football


    Hecho a Mano. Foto de escena. Un hombre en el suelo con la cabeza en una silla
    Hecho a Mano. Foto de escena. Grupo de irónicos bailarines con móviles.

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    Julio 2014. Del 1 al 5 y del 14 al 31

    Parte desde lo abstracto al estudio de las manos, su maestría y múltiples funciones de los dedos en su conjunto. Cada segmento musical se concentra en alguna de sus cualidades. Es una coreografía actual desarrollando el uso de la técnica clásica y la zapatilla de punta. Deseamos completar la obra (Música Tchaikovsky Variaciones Rococó) ya parcialmente estrenada el 19.04.13 en el teatro Valle Inclán por el Conservatorio Profesional Fortea, añadiendo varones al elenco y versionándola en video.


    Imposible Danza. Escena de ensayo en un sillón con varios bailarines
    Imposible Danza. Reunión de grupo con José Carlos Martínez en la sede

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    Imposible Danza es una compañía compuesta por bailarines y coreógrafos que pertenecieron a la CND en alguna de sus diferentes etapas desde su fundación en 1979. Imposible Danza es un espacio de creación y desarrollo artístico, donde explorar la madurez del bailarín y sus posibilidades tanto físicas como creativas, una experiencia creativa que también quieren llevar a los Conservatorios en forma de propuesta pedagógica.
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    Cía Panullo. Avalanche. Varios bailarines con un balón de fútbol
    Cía Panullo. Avalanche. Varios bailarines con un balón de fútbol en un exterior nocturno de Madrid

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    Reposición de la pieza AVALANCHE creada en 2012 con la sustitución de alguno de los intérpretes e incorporación de nuevas ideas coreográficas desarrolladas durante el periodo de residencia en la sede de la CND.

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    Dúo creado para la celebración del Día Internacional de la Danza que se presentó como parte del programa de actividades de "Los Asaltos de la Danza" que se realizan en el Museo Reina Sofía. En esta coreografía una nueva modalidad de deporte urbano, el football free - style, se encuentra y dialoga con
    la danza urbana contemporánea tal y como la concibe.
    Dani Pannullo

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    Dani Pannullo propuso a Nacho Canut y a Zeta (Pablo Herrero) la creación musical de un ballet “Post - Pop” basado en temas vocales no populares de “Fangoria” e instrumentales compuestos especialmente para este nuevo montaje. Como una coreo - drama “L U M I N O L” es un Ballet Post - Pop que plantea una lección de "anatomía de las emociones" Esta creación netamente instrumental gira entorno a 6 temas y sus letras que describen el particular universo de amor y desamor al que Fangoria nos ha acostumbrado sin olvidar cierta osada descripción del mundo y búsqueda de lo espiritual.

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    Obra ganadora en el Festival Talent Madrid 2014 en la categoría de danza


    Walking City habla, critica y parodia el sistema en el que vivimos en las grandes ciudades, hacemos un recorrido por las vivencias cotidianas deteniéndonos en diferentes personajes y situaciones. Es una oportunidad para el espectador de ser observador de su realidad.
    La disciplina principal de esta compañía es la danza contemporánea fusionándolo con teatro, circo contemporáneo, canto lírico y audiovisuales.


    Provisional Landscapes está inspirado en los estudios antropológicos de A.David Napier y Edward W.Said. Reflexiona sobre cómo experimentamos los límites de nuestro propio cuerpo; cómo construimos ese mismo cuerpo que habitamos; cómo eso condiciona nuestra identidad; y finalmente cómo nos enfrentamos al otro, al extranjero, al inmigrante. Contaré con la colaboración de la diseñadora de vestuario Marta Jiménez Salcedo (España, 1985) y la diseñadora de luces Tanja Ruehl (Alemania, 1978), mujeres interesadas como yo por las temáticas que me ocupan recientemente como son la migración, identidad, choque cultural, antropología social y feminismo.? El proyecto cuenta para su desarrollo con la colaboración y el apoyo de distintas instituciones internacionales como Hellerau-European Center for the Arts Dresden, Arts Council England, Creative Academy Slough y la Embajada Española en Londres.
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  • Iker Gómez José
  • Tirado Alberto
  • Giraldo López
  • Dimo Kirilov
  • Peter Agardi
  • Diego Tortellli / Mattia Russo
  • Manuel Rodríguez

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