Roser Lopez Espinosa

Roser Lopez Espinosa

Lowland

About the Company

Roser López Espinosa graduated in Contemporary Dance from the MTD-Theater school / Amsterdam School of Higher Education in Arts and currently does physical training with Jaume Miró (ex-trainer of the Spanish Selection of Gymnastics). In 2005 she receives the danceWEB-Europe scholarship of the ImpulsTanz Festival of Vienna. She has danced in the Netherlands with Katie Duck’s Magpie Music Dance Company, with Marta Reig Torres and Pere Faura. In Barcelona she has worked especially with Àngels Margarit / Mudances Company. She has also worked with Cesc Gelabert and the filmmaker Isaki Lacuesta, Iago Pericot, and Las Malqueridas, amongst others.  Since 2006 she develops her trajectory as choreographer in parallel to her dancing. Her creations have received international recognition through different prizes: The lizard’s skin receives the First Prize of the Solo Contest 11MASDANZA. Còncau II wins the Second Prize for New Tendencies in the Burgos-NY Contest 2008. In 2010 she premieres the dance duet and video Miniature in the GREC Festival in Barcelona, which receives the Third Prize in the XXIV Madrid Choreographic Contest. Considered one of the most promising choreographers in the Spanish panorama according to the Susy-Q dance magazine, her works have been programmed in international festivals in Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Egypt, Canada, and Japan.

About the Piece

Fascinated by the migrations of birds, we want to learn to fly. Lowland returns us to the animality of the body and movement, to learning, effort, tenacity and endurance, to beauty, the spirit of self-improvement and the spirit of freedom. To leave or to put down roots? Lowland is each individual’s landscape and journey. We can only fly with our bodies and we will need inventiveness and imagination in order to get a pair of wings. An imaginary world of birds and men, full of light and vitality in the low ground.

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Type: Selected Companies 
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Country of origin: Spain 
Interpreted by: Guy Nader, Roser López Espinosa 

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