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Marcela Santander Corvalán

Born in Chile, Marcela Santander Corvalán trained in dance theater at the Scuola d'Arte Dramatica Paolo Grassi in Milan, then in contemporary dance at the National Center for Contemporary Dance in Angers, under the direction of Emmanuelle Huynh. In parallel with her training, she studied history at the University of Trento in Italy and obtained a Bachelor's degree in dance at the University of Paris-8. In 2016 she took part in the Danceweb programme, as part of the Implusltanz Festival in Vienna.
Since 2011 she collaborates as a performer with choreographers Dominique Brun (Sacre #197 ; Sacre #2), Faustin Linyekula ( Stronghold), Julie Nioche (Nosamours), Ana Rita Teodoro (Plateau ; Fofo), Volmir Cordeiro (L’œil, labouche et le reste ; Trottoir), Mylène Benoit (Archée). She also works in collaboration with choreographer Mickaël Phelippeau in Chorus (2012), Pour Ethan (2014), Set-Up (2014), Kritt (2016), Footballeuses (2017). In February 2015 she worked with Volmir Cordeiro on the piece Époque. She created her first solo Disparue in March 2016. She created MASH in July 2017 with the italian choreographer Annamaria Ajmone and in November 2019 Quietos au Manège, national scene of Reims. In 2020 she signed a performed conference titled CONCHA – Histoires d’écoute together with Hortense Belhôte. She is currenlty working on her next piece, Bocas de Oro, planned for October 2022.
Marcela Santander Corvalán is now an associate artist at La Manufacture, CDCN Nouvelle-Aquitaine Bordeaux • La Rochelle, supported by the Ministry of Culture. In 2014 she began an association with the Quartz – national scene of Brest. In 2015, she co-signed the piece Époque with dancer and choreographer Volmir Cordeiro. In 2016 she created her first solo, Disparue. Her latest creation, MASH, co-signed with Italian choreographer Annamaria Ajmone, premiered in 2017.

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