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Two world premieres in the next season of stage and music at MUN Theater

Choreographer Jesús Carmona and the tandem Muriel Romero-Pablo Palacios, from the Stocos Institute, sign the two absolute premieres. Tickets can already be purchased; until August 31, there is a 15% discount for advance sales in all shows.

Photo /Dancer Jesús Carmona

The Museo Universidad de Navarra presents its proposal in performing arts and music, with shows that integrate flamenco, artificial intelligence, the science of light, appeal to family audiences or are a showcase of self-improvement and diversity.

September marks the start of the seventh edition of Museo en DanzaThe tickets are already on sale at the box office and on the website. Until August 31, there is a 15% discount for advance sales. You can also opt for a season ticket to attend the first three shows for only 50 euros, a discount of more than 30%.

The famous choreographer, dancer Jesús Carmona, recently appointed director of the Ballet Español de la Comunidad de Madrid, will be the main protagonist of the new dance season. On Thursday 19 he will participate in a meeting with the public, and on Thursday 26 there will be the world premiere of Súper viviente. After El salto and Baile de bestias ( also premiered at the MUN), the work presented this year closes the trilogy that the most awarded dancer in the world (Benois'21 Award) has dedicated to reflect on his own inner world. During the process of choreographic creation, a group of researchers from areas such as philosophy, psychiatry and pedagogy have collaborated with the creator.

La argentina en París: El contrabandista + Sonatina is the show that the company Antonio Najarro brings to the MUN on October 4. A double program with live music, paying tribute to Antonia Mercé, nicknamed "la Argentina", who was the creator of stylized Spanish dance, and in 1928 marked a milestone in history, taking this dance around the world. The previous meeting with Elena Matamoros, will serve the public to deepen and enjoy the performance even more.

Diversity stars in Go Figure (Sharon Fridman Company), on October 11. This show, starring choreographers with different physical abilities, suggests that a body can speak its truth when it assumes its own language, when it moves its inequality with respect to other bodies; and it is in this difference where it is revealed as authentically free and is put in value. Contemporary dance expert Ana Cabo will lead a complementary meeting on Fridman and his work.

Incubatio (Stocos Institute) is the title of the second world premiere of this season, part of a European project that brings together multiple partners and backed by millions of euros in research. Artificial intelligence, virtual reality and motion capture techniques intermingle with music and dance in this event scheduled for October 31.

Within the framework of the collaboration with the contemporary dance program of Navarra DNA, we have two proposals: Luz negra and QTA.

Luz negra (Dinamo Danza, November 7; devised and directed by Joaquín Sevilla and Carmen Larraz) brings together contemporary dance and participatory visual experimentation: science and art come together to artistically express principles of the nature of light, and to show that artistic creation can be a tool for the pedagogical transmission of science.

For its part, Zuk Performing Arts returns to the MUN with QTA (November 9), a proposal inspired by the essay Quosque tandem! by Jorge Oteiza. A journey into the universe of the artist and Basque constructivism.

For the first time and with the aim of continuing to expand dance audiences, a family proposal is part of the cycle Museo en Danza: acrobatic dance and circus arrive with Animal Religion's Copiar, on November 16, inviting children from 8-10 years old to enter the stage. A play by Quim Giron that has been a great success in all the places where it has been performed.

Museo en Danza will also include two dance conferences: El lenguaje de las líneas ( Leonor Leal, October 18), on notation, learning and choreographic creation based on the figure of Mercé. And Tra tra tra, tradition, transmission and tradition (Explica danza, Toni Jodar, November 22), focused on traditional dance, and the mutual influences with contemporary dance.

The Director of Performing Arts and Music of the MUN, Teresa Lasheras, presents this edition of the cycle Museo en Danza as "an attempt, renewed every year, to generate astonishment in the spectator, presenting the best contemporary creation in the field of dance, attending to all styles and trying to interest all possible audiences".

Lasheras highlights the presence of renowned artists: "Great choreographers such as Jesús Carmona, Muriel Romero, Antonio Najarro, Sharon Fridman, Raquel Madrid or Eduardo Vallejo Nájera make up, together with the Navarre-born Itsaso A. Cano and Carmen Larraz a panorama that gathers the great artistic quality of current choreographers. Also, of course, we revalidate the strong link with the creators that in this edition can be seen in the premieres of Jesus Carmona and Stocos Institute. Both will be supported by the MUN in their creative processes. Complementary activities, pre-show presentations and performative conferences complete an edition whose main objective is to connect the public with the works and their creators".

The performing arts and music season will also offer Bailador ( Óscar Cobos Dance Company, October 26), a Galician contemporary dance piece; the collaborative programs Imago (Reyes Oteo, October 12), an experimental stage-musical work in collaboration with the After Cage Festival; and Cicely and David (Atlantes Theater Group, October 14), a play about the origins of palliative care, in collaboration with the Culture and Society Institute of the University of Navarra.





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