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LALI AYGUADÉ – Main Actress

Lali Ayguadé was born in Barcelona in 1980. At 8 years old she studied music (solfeo and piano) sitting exams at the Liceu Conservatory in Barcelona. In 1996 she attended Institut del Teatre in Barcelona for dance and later to Anne Teresa De Keermaeker’s PARTS learning the repertory of William Forsythe, Trisha Brown and Rosas. In her fourth year she made a solo “Silence” coached by Wim Vandekeybus and later on made a duet “Zoom In” with the polish dancer and choreographer Radek Hewelt which was shown across Europe.

After school she joined Publik Eye Company from Denmark where she collaborated with the dramaturge Carmen Mehnert. In 2003 Lali joined the Akram Khan Company as a full time member creating and performing in the productions: Kaash, Ma, Bahok (together with the National Ballet of China), Vertical Road and Confluence collaborating with Nitin Sawhney and Ricardo Nova. She has worked with Roberto Olivan (Enclave Dance Comapy) with the production Homeland and Hofesh Shecther with the productions: In your rooms, Cult and the Art of not looking back. She also worked with Marcos Morau of La Veronal (who won the national prize award in 2013 in Spain as best choreographer) with a piece called Portland. Currently she is working with Baro d’ Evel company with whom she performed Mazut and is working on their new creation. In 2005 Lali choreographed “Twice Read” together with the Slovak dancer and choreographer Anton Lachky (one of the founders of Leslovaks dance collective) and the Slovak composer Josef Vlk . In between 2007 and 2009 she choreographed other smaller works with the acrobat Joan Ramon Graell (the director of circus association in Barcelona). In 2012 she created a trio called Little Me with Young Jin Kim and Joan Català which was premiered in Salmon Festival in Mercat de les Flors in Barcelona. For the birthday of Ramon Llull she created Encontre with Joan Català and Jordi Molina. In 2013 she created two short duets: Incognito and Saba. In 2010 she was nominated as ‘Exceptional dancer’ in the Critics awards of London.


Born in the Philippines in 1988, Nicolas grew up in France, where he trained in ballet and modern jazz and worked with the Compagnie Lyon Ballet. He then trained in contemporary dance in Barcelona and started working with Pepe Hevia Danza in 2009 as a first dancer and director’s assistant. Pepe Hevia and Nicolas were awarded for their duet Detrás del Cristal in Certamen Coreográfico de Burgos-Nueva York. Since 2010, he has been developing his own creative project, Nicolas Ricchini Company, based in Barcelona.

In 2011 he starts working as a freelancer and collaborates with different choreographers such as Fernando Madagan (NDT) and Tupac Martir in London, Emma Martin Dance in Ireland, Francesc Fernandez in Spain and Akram Khan Company for the Olympic Games Opening Ceremony in London, 2012. He also collaborates with many youth companies and has been invited as a guest teacher for international workshops in Mexico, Finland, Italy, Germany, France, USA.

He is currently a dancer for Lali Ayguade Company and La Taimada, directed by Olga Alvarez. In 2015, he joined Akram Khan Company as a dancer in the new production Chotto Desh, an adaptation of the internationally acclaimed solo DESH by Akram Khan Company.

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