Siena by La Veronal Dance Company in Ottawa

Siena by La Veronal Dance Company in Ottawa

Spanish dance company La Veronal presents “Siena” at the National Arts Center of Ottawa, with choreography by Marcos Morau.

Director Marcos Morau and his collaborative team are gaining international attention for work that fuses cultural references drawn from cinema, literature, music and photography.

Siena

La Veronal’s signature dance pieces are sophisticated and slyly humorous. Siena serves as a geographical point of reference for a provocative, abstract reflection on the concept of the human body in art and time. The dancers use their bodies as malleable maps to meaning in a meticulously reproduced gallery space dominated by a giant blow up of Titian’s luxuriously sensuous Venus of Urbino.

About Marcos Morau

In 2005, Marcos Morau created La Veronal, a company made up of artists from dance, cinema, photography and literature. Morau has received the 2013 National Dance Prize, awarded by the Spanish Ministry of Culture and the Sebastià Gasch Prize, a major prize awarded by the FAD Foundation of Arts and Design. His creations have won awards in numerous national and international choreographic competitions, including in Hanover, Copenhagen, Madrid and Masdanza / International Canary Dance Festival. Siena received the Butaca Award from the public for the best performance in 2013.

  • Performing arts
  • Ottawa
  • Fri, February 02 —
    Sat, February 03, 2018
  • 7:30 pm

Venue

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Babs Asper Theatre, 1 Elgin St, Ottawa, ON K1P 5W1
613-947-7000

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National Arts Centre

Credits

Organized by the National Arts Center of Ottawa. Co-produced by Mercat de les Flors (Barcelona) and Hellerau – European Center for the Arts (Dresden). With the co-operation of modul-dance, El Graner, La Caldera, Centro de Artes Performativas do Algarve (Faro), Duncan Dance Center (Athens) and Dance Ireland (Dublin). With the support of INAEM – Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports (Spain), and of ICEC – Department for Culture of the Government of Catalonia, EU Culture Program. Photo by Jesús Robisco

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