Verónica Garzón is a Spanish dancer, choreographer and teacher.She obtained the degree in Spanish Dance in 1997 and in Performance and Choreography of Contemporary Dance in 2007 by the Royal Professional Dance Conservatory of Madrid.
Beside different techniques such as Ballet, Folklore, Flamenco, Graham and Limon, her formation is built on various repertories from Itzik Galili, William Forsythe, Nacho Duato, Ji?í Kylián, WimVandekeybus, Shlomi Bitton and Angelin Preljocaj. She also got in contact with Release technique, somatic practices, performance and Contact-Improvisation.
Exploring Butoh for seven years with masters around the world, created a shift in her later artistic dance expression. Her choreographies attempt to merge dance and performance, text and internal body landscapes.
Based on Howard Gardner’s theory about multiple intelligences, her theoretical and practical research is about learning processes and how to apply them to dance education and in choreographic contexts.
Her interests meet the current collaborations with Jean-Philippe Dury, Begoña Quiñones & Mar Rodríguez, Muriel Romero & Pablo Palacio, Larumbe Danza and Christoph Marthaler.
She furthermore teaches in several BA Programs and Conservatories in Spain and Switzerland focusing mainly in Release Technique, Composition and Improvisation Techniques.
Verónica is enrolled in the MACoDE program since April 2015.
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