Dácil González and Carmen Fumero

  Friday / 22 Sep
12:45 h
At the FCOM Esplanade Campus
19:00 h Carlos III Avenue intersection with Roncesvalles Avenue
Price Free attendance 
30 minutes

Once again this year, Museo en Danza brings dance to the Campus and offers the entire university community a moment of encounter with contemporary dance.

On this occasion the cycle brings us the creation of Dácil González and Carmen Fumero, two dancers with a long and fruitful career who come together for the first time in a creative project in which they share knowledge and experience from mutual admiration and personal understanding of the body and the scene. They are joined by the composer and singer Aurora Arteaga to create a piece in which appearance and reality are the working material.

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. 

"A cleft gives way to a hole through which to look and be observed, a crack in the skin or in a surface; something moves to form it, in us, or perhaps us breaking the space in which we find ourselves, breaking us.

And the hollow becomes a throat, and becomes a resonating instrument that vibrates, that breaks and lengthens, and that lets the air flow to the rest of the body... A body sometimes brave, sometimes peaceful, but always alive."

Dácil González and Carmen Fumero



Direction and choreography: Dácil González, Carmen Fumero

Performers: Aurora Arteaga Álvarez, Carmen Fumero, Dácil González

Original Music and Sound Space: Looking for Nafara, Aurora Arteaga Álvarez

Wardrobe: JASANZO

Videocreator (eyes): Sergo Méndez

Audiovisual material: Miguel Zomás

Management: Claudia Morgana - Rhythms of the World

Collaborators: DDCDanza - Daniel Doña, Centro Cultural Eduardo Úrculo, Festival Ellas Crean 2023, Centro Coreográfico Canal




Born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, she is trained in higher dance studies in the field of Choreography and Performance Techniques. She has been awarded the Spanish National Dance Prize 2019, among other recognitions.

Her work is characterized by an indissoluble link between technique, emotion and communicative capacity. She has developed a large part of her career as a dancer in companies such as 10&10 Danza, La Piel Danza, Larumbe and Els Visitants, among others. Outside Spain she has danced for the Staatstheater Darmstadt (Germany) under the direction of Mei Hong Lin. She has also participated in several operas and films. She is one of the recurring dancers in Daniel Abreu's shows, such as Equilibrio, Animal or La desnudez.

As a choreographer, her works include Solo de momento, Cuando digo una palabra and It.



Originally from Tenerife, she holds a degree in Choreography and Performance from the Conservatorio Superior María de Ávila in Madrid. She is a freelance dancer and creator. Her works have been presented in several festivals around Spain, Red de Teatros Alternativos (2019), Red Acieloabierto (2016 and 2018), Circuito Danza a Escena (2018) and in International Festivals such as Tanec Praha, Baila España Bremen, Jacob's Pillow, Festival Rendez vous chez nous and gala B.OOM by B. Dance.

His creations have received several awards and recognitions. Today, he continues to research and develop his own language with Miguel Zomas through his own projects, while collaborating as a performer with the Antonio Ruz Company, La Intrusa de Virginia García/Damián Muñoz and Daniel Abreu Company.




September 22, 2023