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Eulàlia Bergadà
Dec 13, 2020
5:00 PM
1h 12m
Mercat de les Flors


In her new creation, Eulàlia Bergadà faces the challenges of transferring into movement the forms originally devised and created from the body and from emotion. Through movement, music and words, Bergadà will question choreographic and compositional weavings and her way of understanding dance as an intangible form. This will lead to the creation of the real piece, the present, the ephemeral, a dance that goes beyond any form and ideal. **Photo © Elena Rotger**

Eulàlia BergadàDirection & choreography
Marc NayaSound space
Ferran EchegarayDramaturgy
Evelyne RossieChoreography assistant
Marc NayaPerformer
Evelyne RossiePerformer
Olga ClavelPerformer
Maria TorrentsPerformer
Toni UbachSound and lighting design
Sergio RocaSound and lighting design
Ventura LópezAudiovisual design
Claire O’KeefeCostume design
Edu CarayolGraphic Documentation
Anna BohigasProduction
Inés LambistoProduction

Mercat de les Flors

After more than twenty years of history, the Barcelona public theatre of the Mercat de les Flors has entered a new period that will lead to it becoming the Consorci Mercat de les Flors/ Dance House, in a project jointly integrated to equal parts by Barcelona City Council and the Government of Catalonia with the collaboration of the Ministry of Culture. The goal of the project is to make the Mercat a reference point for all those artistic disciplines related to movement, principally dance but also visual and gestural theatre, circus, and so on. **The current director is Àngels Margarit.** **Photo © Pau Fabregat**

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Eulàlia Bergadà’s invocation to dance together
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Mercat de les Flors

Co-production Mercat de les Flors, Teatre Principal de Palma de Mallorca i Morlanda Creacions / With the collaboration L’Estruch de Sabadell, Graner fàbrica de creació, Dansbrabant Holanda, EiMa centre de creació and Auditori de Paguera

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