Gemma Cuartero

Gemma graduated by the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona in the specialty of Contemporary Dance in 2012 and subsequently a member of the Cobosmika Company Postgraduate Program (Girona) directed by Olga Cobos and Peter Mika, Gemma has worked with several choreographers and Professionals, both nationally and internationally, including Claudi Bombardó, Sonia Rodríguez, Emilio Gutiérrez, Thomas Noone, Roberto Oliván and Laura Vilar. In addition, she has held several workshops by Lali Ayguadé, Iker Arrue, Maeva Berthelot, Ariadna Montfort, Maria Rovira, Ramón Oller, Francisco Córdoba and Fighting Monkey. She has participated in various projects, including the OBC dances Ravel at the Auditorium of Barcelona under the direction of Antonio Ruz (2019), Bebeto Cidra Sauté Hunters, presented at the Sismògraffoff d'Olot (2017), Life by Roger Fernández Presented at the Figueresesmou Festival (2014), Moving Mountains by Jorge Jauregui presented at the Fidjhi Festival in Germany (2013) and Bodies of Cesc Gelabert (2012). Gemma was part of the Young Pro-Dance Company (2008-2012) under the direction of Tatianna Yerovets. In 2016, she was awarded the second prize at the Choreographic Competition of Sant Boi de Llobregat, in the category of Solos, with her piece "Cerice". In parallel to her work within the AGITART Company since 2014, Gemma continues to work as an independent dancer and teacher.


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