German Jauregui (BE/ES)



German Jauregui is a director, choreographer, dancer and teacher based in Brussels.
In 1998 he joined the company Ultima Vez/Wim Vandekeybus and participated in the creations and the touring of the pieces: In Spite of Wishing and Wanting (1999), Inasmuch as Life is borrowed (2000), What the Body Does Not Remember (Revival of 2002), Blush (2002), Sonic Boom (2003), Puur (2005), Spiegel (2006), Scattered Memories (2022) as well as in the dance films: In Spite of Wishing and Wanting (2002), Blush (2005), Here After (2007), and in the short-films: The Last Words (1999), Inasmuch... (2000). He also worked as movement assistance in the pieces: Scratching the inner fields (2001), In spite of wishing and wanting (revival 2016), Mockumentary of a Contemporary Saviour (2017), Go Figure Out Yourself (2018), Traptown (2018), Puur (2018), revival for the Royal Swedish Ballet, Bakchai (2019), the piece for the Residenztheater Munich, Traces (2019).

Since 2021 he collaborates with the company Oester. He danced in and choreographed the piece Dance of the seven veils (2021), Styx (2022), and he choreographed The wild stage (2022). He also collaborated with Loïc Touze, Idoia Zabaleta/Moare danza, Side-Show, Seppe Baeyens among others, and participated in the international project Sites of imagination (2007) and in the documentary Los caminos de la memoria (2009) directed by Jose Luis Peñafuente.

In 2007, he started to develop his own work with the creation of the pieces Isaac (2007), Sunset on Mars (2009), Confession (2013). Together with the choreographer Antia Diaz Otero, he created Isaac y Diola (2016) and Rassemblement (2019). In 2023 he directed Béla Bartók’s opera Blubeard’s Castle. As a guest choreographer he created pieces for companies in Spain, Belgium, Mexico and Canada. In parallel, he teaches workshops internationally.


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