Thursday, 3 de October / 19.30 h
Language: Sense text
Since 2013, BAAL has created three shows (Traveling, Crotch, MiraMiró), which have toured around the world and have won several awards. Formed by Catalina Carrasco (dancer and choreographer) and Gaspar Morey (scientist, biomechanic, technologist and performer), they have achieved a language that never ceases to surprise and excite. 'Ginoide' is a show built on a language that goes beyond normativity and flees from conventionalism and conformism by creating new ways of expression through the conjunction of dance, performance, theater and technology.
Genre: dance, Family audience, contemporary music
Baal was created in 2012 by Catalina Carrasco and Gaspar Morey. His first production, Traveling to Nowhere, won the VI CENIT contest for best theatrical research show. He defines his language as 'Transdansa'. Trans-, through, full of transverse lines that join points to create a multidisciplinary, cross-border and translucent space. A language that does not obey the regulations.
Catalina is the artistic engine of BAAL: her restlessness, her nonconformity and her fear of boredom are her fuel. She graduated in Contemporary Dance from the University of Miguel Hernández, she has trained in classical and contemporary dance, passing through Butoh and theater, both in Spain and in England, Germany, Iceland, Denmark and Nepal. While she finishes her dance studies, she begins to dance on TV, in Cabaret and later in professional companies in Madrid, Barcelona, Mallorca, Santiago de Chile, Berlin and Cologne.
Elena Susilla Begins her training in classical dance in 1997, and later contemporary with Mercedes del Castillo, participating as a dancer in her choreographic pieces. She continues her training in Madrid, as a freelance, studying various modern and contemporary dance techniques. In 2014 she is part of the "Modem atellier" formation of the Zappala dance company, resident in Sicily, Italy.
Born in Mallorca (1998), Mariona Jaume Camps began to dance classical dance at the "Conservatori Professional de Música i Dansa de Mallorca", and later moved to Madrid to continue her studies in classical and contemporary dance performance at the
“María de Ávila Higher Dance Conservatory”. As for her regulated training, she is currently finishing the Master's Degree in Cultural Management at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya.
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