Juan Ignacio Serradilla

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Juan Ignacio Serradilla

Juan Ignacio Serradilla, a Sport and Exercise Science professional who holds a BSc (Hons) in Sport Science engages with the performing arts field through “Atubarukeke”, a group of Physical Expresion. Juan was an “Atubarukeke” member for seven years while he was studying Sports at University as well as contemporary and classical Indian dance, being involved and collaborating in many different dance performances and per formative projects. 
In 2006, he meets Contact Improvisation Dance, currently his passion and main interest. From there he started to develop its practice and research as a way to deepen in different ways to create movement, get a deeper functional understanding of how our body and mind works together and how can it be applied as an art form and as a more personal experience, giving him the chance to use that to create Chorographical material. He has been trained by teachers with extensive experience in the practice of this dance form, such as Nancy Stark Smith, Mike Vargas, Martin Keogh, Daniela Schwartz, Eckhard Müller, Eszter Gál, Robert Anderson, Joerg Hassman, Thomas Kampe, Mirva Mäkinen, Gabriela Morales, Noam Carmeli, Sahar Dor, Simonetta Alessandri, Bronja Novak and Adam Benjamin.
He worked with the D & D (Dance & Disability) company, in which he has taught creative dance and he has also choreographed some of its repertoires. Is there, where he sets his foundation work towards the inclusive dance, opening so a new door for him in the performing arts and disability field.
Juan decides to expand his knowledge in the dance industry with disabled people and he migrates to the UK, and is actually in London where he is awarded with his “Postgraduate Diploma in Community Dance” by Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance where he became a Dance practitioner and where he specialise in choreography, choreology, performance, contemporary dance and classical dance.
In London he has collaborated with dance companies such as CANDOCO, AMICI, and IMPACT DANCE.
Juan has facilitated numerous contact improvisation workshops, classes and jam sessions in London and the European University Miguel de Cervantes. Currently he is developing the contact improvisation community in Valladolid.

He is qualified to teach in secondary schools both Spain and England.

Mail: ji.serradillamaz@gmail.com

Znaczący nauczyciele
Nancy Stark Smith, Mike Vargas, Martin Keogh, Eckhard Müller, Daniela Schwartz, Robert Anderson, Joerg Hassman, Thomas Kampe, Mirva Mäkinen, Noam Carmeli and Adam Benjamin.