Raúl Tamez
Raúl Tamez

“Every project is difficult at the beginning, but the magic, will arrive!” An interview with Raul Tamez, Mexico.

How has your process towards dance and choreography started? I have been dancing professionally dancing for more than 15 years, and I am very grateful. I know that sometimes it…

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“Dance is ephemeral, it is real, and it exists just for one moment for one scene. Dance is an interpretation, it is powerful, a vibration, a rhythm, and a movement, and the body transforms. Dance is unique” An interview with Aldana Juarez. Poland/Argentina.

What are you most excited about when working alongside the IDI team? The whole project is amazing. I am really glad to be a part of the project and have…

Continue Reading“Dance is ephemeral, it is real, and it exists just for one moment for one scene. Dance is an interpretation, it is powerful, a vibration, a rhythm, and a movement, and the body transforms. Dance is unique” An interview with Aldana Juarez. Poland/Argentina.

“InDance international, a very simple motto but which brings people from different cultures and languages together”. An interview with Raphael Miro Holzer, Austria.

How has your process toward dance and choreography started? My professional journey started when I was a child, I started to dance at quite a young age. I had some…

Continue Reading“InDance international, a very simple motto but which brings people from different cultures and languages together”. An interview with Raphael Miro Holzer, Austria.

“In IDI New technology becomes a new tool. I’m fascinated by capturing movement with movement” An interview with Vitor Schietti, Brazil/Italy.

What do you enjoy the most about working with young performers and dancers at IDI? I enjoy moving around with them, because in the end, I am dancing with them.…

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“Inspiration just happens, you don’t have to look for it, but be open to it” An interview with Sara Colomino. Catalunya, Spain.

"Inspiration just happens, you don't have to look for it, but be open to it" An interview with Sara Colomino. Catalunya, Spain.

Continue Reading“Inspiration just happens, you don’t have to look for it, but be open to it” An interview with Sara Colomino. Catalunya, Spain.