Ezequiel Sanucci

Ezequiel Sanucci

The Argentine choreographer, dancer and teacher Ezequiel Sanucci graduated with the highest qualifications of term at the Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires. Besides his education in Argentina he also got scholarships to study at Madrid (Victor Ullate School), Cannes (Ecole Superior de Danse Rosella Hightower) and Rotterdam (Codarts Rotterdamse Dansacademie). With 14 years old he started his professional dance carrier in his native Argentina. Already with 18 years old he was dancing as a soloist ballet dancer at companies as the Ballet del Teatro Colón, the Maximiliano Guerra Joven Ballet and at the Julio Bocca Ballet Argentino. He danced in the Netherlands in choreographies by Internationaal Danstheater, Leine & Roebana, Meekers Uitgesproken Dans, Gabriella Mairino and many more.

Since 2006 Ezequiel Sanucci created various choreographies at production house Dansmakers. His first works were contemporary dance piece but in 2008 he switched in style and started researching a fusion between tango and contemporary dance. This new style Ezequiel Sanucci created is called Contemporary Tango. With it, he won in 2010 the 1st prize at the contest Rabotheater Open Podium Twente in the Netherlands and has been described as highly original, innovative, moving capturing the sensuality of Tango.
 
At Dansmakers Ezequiel Sanucci created in 2008, as part of a research project, the performance Tango Residence Permite. This performance is a duet about an intercultural love and combines the styles of tango and contemporary dance into a audiovisual performance. For the festival Noordwijk Danst he made in 2009 the contemporary tango duet called Sin Rumbo and in the same period he also made a tango choreography together with Lonneke van Leth for Theatergroep de Appel which was performed at the Oerol Festival. In 2011 he made the location performance Tango Thuis and a contemporary tango piece for the Internationaal Danstheater.

In 2012 he received a scholarship for development from the Fonds Podiumkunsten to follow master studies for professional tango in Buenos Aires.

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