Sol León and Patricia Guerrero, National Dance Awards

The National Dance 2021 prizes of the Ministry of Culture and Sports have recognized Sol León, in the modality of creation, and Patricia Guerrero, in the interp

Sol León and Patricia Guerrero, National Dance Awards

The National Dance 2021 prizes of the Ministry of Culture and Sports have recognized Sol León, in the modality of creation, and Patricia Guerrero, in the interpretation. The jury has highlighted Lion "his brilliant career as a creative", "originality Of his proposals "and" his commitment to innovation ". About Guerrero has highlighted "the personality and strength of her art" of her. The two prizes are equipped with 30,000 euros each.

Sol León Molina was born in Córdoba and finished her dance studies at the School of the National Ballet in Madrid. In 1987 she became part of the company Nederlands Dans Theater II in The Hague, under the direction of Arlette Van Boven, and in 1989 she ascended to Nederlands Dans Theater. The Netherlands was her the host country of her during her from her career as a dancer, from which she retired in 2003. Before her, already in 1989, León began her career in choreographic creation. In these years, Nederlands Dans Theater has released more than 40 jobs. The choreographies of it have received numerous awards and recognitions, including the Benois de la Danse in 2005, by its signing off (2003). Since 2002, Sol León is a resident choreographer and artistic advisor of the company.

For his part, Patricia Pérez Guerrero (Albayizín, Granada, 1990) began his dance formation with three years at the Academy who directed his mother, the Bailaora María del Carmen Guerrero. The first performance of her in her audience was on the rock, when she was eight years old. With 15, she joined the Flemish Studies Center she directed Mario Maya, in whose company she was spinning. In 2005, she won the Flamenco Art Contest city of Ubrique and in 2007, with 17, she won the prize the delay, at the International Festival of Mines Cante (The Union). From there, her race entered the international circuit. In 2011, she warrior became the first dancer of the Ballet Flamenco of Andalusia and was claimed by the filmmaker Carlos Saura to act as a soloist in the flamenco show today and in the Flamenco film, Flamenco. His consecration was a cathedral, show that premiered in the XIX Biennial of Seville and who earned the Giraldillo to the best show of the Biennial and two candidates at the Max Prizes of 2017. In June of this year he starred as a guest artist La Bella Otero, a Choreography of Rubén Elm produced by the National Ballet of Spain.

Updated Date: 08 October 2021, 19:47

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