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Lucía Vázquez Madrid

Dancer and Choreographer born in Seville, Spain.

Lucía is interested in all art forms and in her pieces usually investigates with video, sound, text and costumes in a very aesthetic, simple and sensitive way.

Graduated in Contemporary Dance and in Design and Plastics Arts department of Fashion Stylism, she is also Yoga and Pilates certificated teacher. Actually based in Tokyo, she combines her own creations, solos or collaborations with other artists, with the freelance work for other companies and directors.

Lucía has performed around UK, Netherland, France, Spain, South Korea and Japan in dance/theatre/performance productions with Architanz (Jp), Junko Okuda (Jp), Manuela Nogales Danza (Sp), Los Negros/Álvaro Frutos (Sp), Producciones Imperdibles (Sp), Bárbara Sánchez (Sp), Cía. La Pública (Sp), Cía. La Tarasca (Sp) and in productions of great operas. She also has collaborated with Nobuyoshi Asai (Jp), Saori Hala (Jp), Yuki Takaoka (Jp), Colectivo D-Flesh (Fr), Guillermo Weickert (Sp) and Abraham Hurtado(Sp/Ge).

 

AWARDS:

  • 3rd Prize (NDA Award) for “Flying Birds” codirection at NDA International Festival 2017, 2nd Asian Solo & Duo Challenge for Masdanza. Seoul, South Korea.
  • Best female dancer (2014/2015) at Premios Escenarios de Sevilla, (Stage Awards of Seville).
  • Best female dancer (2013) at I Premios del Teatro Andaluz, (Andalusian Theater Awards).
  • Best female dancer (2011) at Premios Escenarios de Sevilla, (Stage Awards of Seville).
  • Jury Prize for “Dress Code” direction at I National Contest of Dancing Capsules 2010 in Centro de las Artes de Sevilla.
  • Centro Andaluz de Danza scholarship (Andalusian Dance Center) to specialize in ballet 2006/2007 and contemporary dance 2007/2009.

 

BIO: She started her ballet studies with Genesia Kindelán (Ballet Nacional de Cuba) and Gabriela Caballero. In this period, she obtained the qualifications of Distinction and Commended until she reached the 6th degree in the Royal Academy of Dancing of London. Afterwards, she moves to Madrid to continue her professional training at Carmen Roche and María Giménez schools taking classes of ballet, jazz, contemporary, interpretation and singing. Once back in Seville to join Centro Andaluz de Danza and finished the pre-professional studies, in 2010 she founds Colectivo Kuroi Co. with María J. Villar, with which she created Dress CodeLoquo, Beatas Maiden, and Huevos, the last piece they created as a collective. During her career, she completed her training taking classes and doing workshops at New York, Havana, Vienna, Brussels, Berlin and Tokyo.

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