Daniel Navarro Lorenzo

 

 

 

 

 

 

Born in Barcelona. Since graduating from the professional Conservatoire of Dance of Barcelona, Institut del Teatre in 2010, Daniel has danced with companies such as Frontier Danceland (Singapore), Y-Space (Hong Kong), Éowyn Emerald & Dancers (UK), Nunzio Impellizzeri Dance Company (Switzerland), Simba Dance Ensamble (Norway), Phoenix Dance Theatre (UK), White & Givan (UK), Polish Dance Theatre (Poland), Dantzaz Konpainia (Spain), Compagnie Ballet Junior Epsedanse (France) among others.

 

Daniel has worked with choreographers such as Ohad Naharin, Itzik Galili, Jo Strømgren, Lukáš Timulak, Eric Gauthier, Claude Brumachon, Gustavo Ramirez, Shahar Binyamini, Thierry Malandine, Patricia Lent, Errol White, Gabrielle Nankivell, Luke Smiles, Victor Choi-wo Ma and others.

 

Choreographic Awards:                                                          

-2011, L'Estruch award, LAVA award and finalist of the 10th Choreographic Competition of Burgos- NewYork.                  

-2010, 1st award in the I Delmar Choreographic Award of María Carbonell in Valencia, Spain.

Daniel is an artistic director at Dan Lourenço Dance creating my own productions, externally collaborating with national and international companies and delivering workshops and choreographing for artists and young companies both here in Scotland and internationally. 

 

Since moving to Scotland, I have been focused on building my profile and developing a new work entitled A fragile Geography, which is made up of a series of pieces which looks at the relationship between humans and nature and the wider environment.  I developed this through residencies with Dance Base (Edinburgh); CityMoves (Aberdeen), The Work Room (Glasgow), The Barn (Banchory) and through a commission with London-based Alive Dance Company. I have performed my solo work PLACES in venues and festivals across Scotland while Alive Dance Company premiered my work WHITE MOUNTAINS at Chisenhale Dance Space in London in December 2019 before touring with it to Adelaide Festival in February 2020. 

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