Roser López Espinosa

Roser López Espinosa graduated in contemporary dance at the MTD Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten. Since 2006 she develops her own work as a maker and created a.o. The lizard’s skin, Còncau, Miniatura and Before we fall. In 2011 the dance-platform Susy-Q ranked her amongst the most promising young choreographers on the Spanish scene. With the support of Dansateliers she created the acclaimed duet Lowland (2013), Hand to hand (2014) as part of DANSLOKAAL 2 (co-production Conny Janssen Danst) and NOVEMBER (2015). With her work Roser combines physical power, subtleness, risk and detail and searches for new suggestions; physical imagination based on  silences and clear gestures. Next to her work as a choreographer, Roser is a regular teacher of workshops in which she focusses on floorwork, partnering en acrobatic movement.

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