About the Choreographer:
Ramon Oller, is a dancer, choreographer and director of contemporary dance company, born in 1962 in Esparraguera (Barcelona).
He studied at the Institut del Teatre of Barcelona with Laura Tapias, Juan Ten, Ramón Solé, Marina Coll and Dafna Rathause. He made his debut in 1981 with the Gelabert-Azzopardi company, with which he remained until 1984. His first choreography, two Dies i Mig (1984), won the second prize of the competition choreography Tortola Valencia in 1984. In June of 1985 formed the company meters, for which, among others, has created works: La Parada (1985), of meters and meters (Fernández, 1986), Nofres (Fernández, 1987), almost alone (1988), to the single end (1988), perfectly alone (1988), Sols to Suns (Aubry and Dietrich, 1988) premiered at the Autumn Festival of Madrid and replacement for the Ballet of the Opera in Essen in 1995A Tu Vera (1989) premiered in the encounters of contemporary dance from Valencia, the edge (1989), Magdala or what happened with cupcakes? (Roig, 1990), here not there is no Ángel (Schwarz, 1991), lie to me please (1994) which received the national prize of interpretation of the Generalitat of Catalonia, headquarters of winter (Rodríguez, 1994), already asleep (Tchaikovsky, Roig and Monk, 1995), Romy & July (Demestres, 1996), poems of problems (love, 1998), the musical runs, runs, Diva (several, 1998), premiered at the Festival of Peralada, and border (the garden of screams) (traditional Mediterranean, 1999), commissioned by the 48 International Festival of music and dance of Granada.
Along with Jean-Christophe Maillot oranges and lemons (1986), he choreographed for the national choreographic Center of Tours. Some of his creations for other companies have been: Good Night Paradise (Rossell, 1994), which earned him the award for the best show of dance of the year by the New York Times, and Tears for Violet (1995) both for the Ballet Hispanico of New York, Pral. 1st. (several, 1994) and Diwano (Roig, 1995) to the Compañía Nacional de Danza, portraits from memory (Rodríguez et al., 1995) for the Andalusian Centre of dance and La Celestina (Bernaola, 1998) for the National Ballet of Spain, directed by Adolfo Marsillach. He has taught courses and workshops both in Spain and abroad. He has been awarded with the Premio Nacional de Catalonia Daza (1994 and 1996) and the Premio Nacional de Danza of the Ministry of culture (1995). Since 1996, it is the artistic coordinator of the Andalusian Centre of dance.