Until recently, directing films seemed off-limits to women in Spain, but a new generation of filmmakers —Carla Simón, Pilar Palomero, or Paula Ortiz, among others— have broken through that glass ceiling.
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Rafaela Carrasco, a restless flamenco dancer who always seeks to offer her own vision, has been awarded the 2023 Spanish National Dance Award, a recognition of the legacy she’s leaving the world of flamenco dance.
The name of dancer Sergio Bernal reverberates around the world of dance. For this reason, the first edition of the Talía Awards has decided to grant him the Emerging Talent Award.
Miquel Barcelona was born in San Esteban de Sasroviras (Barcelona), which is also Rosalía’s hometown, but his career has gone a different way. For fifteen years, he has been devoted to what he likes most — dance, whether by creating musicals, singing opera or teaching at the Operación Triunfo Academy, the Spanish version of 'Pop Idol'. Now, he is going back to his alternative essence with [Kórps], a contemporary dance piece influenced by popular tradition and human practices of violence, vigil and death.
He started out dancing when he was a kid. And even though it hasn’t been an easy ride for him, Rubén Olmo can be proud of having reached the top, becoming the new the director of the Spanish National Ballet.
Tamara Rojo has been living in the United Kingdom for almost half of her life, yet she takes her Spanish roots with her everywhere she goes. Now, the English National Ballet’s artistic director—and one of the most recognized dancers on the planet—returns to Madrid’s Teatro Real from October 10 to 12 with her version of the classic 'Giselle': a contemporary and mature choreographic production.