The third in a series of proposals by the Antonio Ruz Company, which fulfil the purpose of taking dance out of the stage box and forgetting the frontality, changing the perception of the choreographic event in a close and three-dimensional context.
Aún a celebratory meeting in which more than 20 interpreters who have collaborated with Ruz in the last ten years revisit some of the works of the Company’s trajectory to generate a new original piece, contributing new approaches to existing projects.
An unreleased ballet from the avant-garde era whose premiere was thwarted by the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War coproduced by Fundación Juan March and Gran Teatre del Liceu.
A multidisciplinary stage performance created with beside violist Isabel Villanueva that opens a new window to classical music and contemporary dance.
Double Bach is a collaborative project between musician Pablo Martín Caminero – whose original idea it was to adapt the Suites for cello No 1 and 2 by J.S. Bach for the double bass, bringing together both the tonality and technique (pizzicato instead of the bow), – and the choreographer Antonio Ruz.
À l’Espagnole is a scenic fantasy based in the artistic cross-fertilisation between Spain and France throughout history, specially in the XVIIth century: one of the most fertile periods in the long history of Spanish influences in French society.
Antonio Ruz’s first creation for Compañía Nacional de Danza, proposes a dialogue between religious music and pop music, the sacred and the mundane, the collective and the individual.
Compañía Antonio Ruz takes on the concept of the 'present' through the senses and explores the relationship of movement and matter with stimuli as avenues of expression.
An event in which dance, music and architecture join hands in a multidisciplinary dialogue under the direction of choreographer Antonio Ruz for the opening of the German School Madrid.
First plot creation by Antonio Ruz for Ballet Nacional de España in which he revisits the myth of the Greek tragedy set in Spanish popular culture.
This creation proposes an evocative game where the dancers enter into a dialogue with architecture, light and live music throughout different spaces of Museo de la Universidad de Navarra.