Marta Coronado

Marta Coronado, born in Spain, studied ballet technique and graduated as a ballet dancer from Escuela Oficial de Danza del Gobierno de Navarra. She was part of the contemporary dance company Yauzkari until she moved to Brussels. She attended the two years dance program of P.A.R.T.S. first cycle. In 1998, she became a member of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s company Rosas.

She danced and participated in the creations of Rosas such as: Drumming, I said I, In real time, Rain, April me, Bitches Brew, Kassandra, Rain Raga and D’ un soir un jour. In the season 2002 she was awarded a Bessie (New York Dance and Performance Award) for sustained achievement as a performer. She has been dancing and contributing to the creation of Rosas pieces for a decade and nowadays she co-directs the Rosas repertory graduation projects at P.A.R.T.S. Re-Rain and Drumming. In spring 2011 she has been teaching a Rosas repertory piece, Rain at the Paris Opéra.

She had the opportunity to teach Rosas Repertory and composition workshops at Vienna (ImPulzTanz), in Madrid, Amsterdam (Theatre School), in Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, São Paolo and Caracas. She has been invited as a guest choreographer to La Salle Singapore and CDC Toulouse. She teaches Ballet technique for the Rosas Company, Les ballet C. de la B. and the Ballet de Marseille. Additionlly she teaches Release technique for ImPulsTanz, Charleroi Danses, Thor Company and Conservatorio superior de Madrid.

Nowadays she is part of the new collective House of Bertha. Their first piece was premiered in summer 2011.