Pilar Murube

Pilar Murube was born in Seville, Spain, and trained in ballet at the John Cranko School before taking a contemporary direction as a dancer with Marco Santi. She then worked as a freelance dancer, assistant and choreographer in Spain and abroad with various companies such as Marco Santi Dance Ensemble, Tanztheater Nina Kurzeja, Co-Laps or Junge Oper Stuttgart. In 2001 she received the 1° prize for dance at the 5th International Solo Dance Theater Festival Stuttgart.

Since 2014 she works mainly as a lecturer in classical ballet and contemporary dance at the John Cranko Schule and Produktionszentrum Tanz und Performance e. V., among others.

As a dancer she could be seen most recently in "Die Zaubernacht" a dance pantomime by Kurt Weil (Nina Kurzeja, Blomst! gUg) at the Wilhelma Theater, "Die Nacht die nicht kommt" a dance theater piece directed by Luis Hergón at Theaterhaus and FITZ and "PUTA" multimedia dance theater piece (Daura Hernández García) at Marienplatz.

As a choreographer she has choreographed among others "Forever Young" as well as "6791" for the Kulturnacht Feuerbach, "Privat Birds" in together with Ariane Brand for the Zeitgenössische Tanztage Ludwigsburg 2017 and as last "Rashomon" an art video project directed by Nina Kurzeja.

Great concern she has also in cultural education where she works in different elementary schools. In 2018 she founded BLOMST! gUG with Nina Kurzeja and Alexander Schmidt.

Website

@pilarmurube



Programme

Feuerbacher Kulturnacht 2024 13.04.2024 Feuerbacher Kulturnacht 2024 »behind the scenes« im Produktionszentrum Tanz + Performance