Rosabel Huguet

Movement Director

After graduating in 2010 at the University Institut del Teatre (Barcelona) with a degree in Physical Theatre, Rosabel began her career with directors such as Thomas Ostermeier and Romeo Castellucci at the Berliner Schaubühne performing in productions that have seen extensive international touring. Since then, she begins to explore her own artistic practice which has an open, interdisciplinary approach – she is interested in the variety of possible representations – in particular the transformation, migration and translation of movement into other forms and the mutual enrichment of various artistic practices.

Alternately as performer, stage choreographer, dance dramaturge or director, she engages in collaborations with other creators, who reveal a mastery of styles on the international scene, among them Silvia Costa, Sasha Waltz & Guests, Maëlle Poésy, Frederic Wake-Walker; and has been invited and engaged at institutions such as the Festival d'Avignon, La Biennale Di Venezia, Festival d'Aix-en-Provence, Festival d’Automne à Paris, Staatsoper Stuttgart, Opéra Nationale de Lorraine, Haus der Berliner Festspiele, the Australian Adelaide Festival or the Cleveland Orchestra in the USA.

She works with orchestras and ensembles, especially in Germany, France and The Netherlands, on movement concepts and concert productions to question the capacity of action in their scenic devices, including the Rundfunkchor Berlin, Junge Deutsche Philharmonie, Ensemble Correspondances, Ensemble Pygmalion, Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart.

As a dance dramaturge, she collaborates with choreographer Antonio Ruz since 2021 and signs the dramaturgy for the piece "In Paradisum" (commissioned by the Spanish National Dance Company) and for “Pharsalia" produced by Ruz’s company and awarded
with the Talía 2023 prize by the Spanish National Academy of Performing Arts.

For Mahogany Opera: Sky In A Small Cage

Photo credit: Roger Ros

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