Marcos Vargas & Chloé Brûlé
Flamenco dance Company
Marco Vargas and Chloé Brûlé conform a team in a permanent creative tuning with an own personal language from flamenco and dance. The Company was born in Seville in 2005 when Vargas and Brûlé came together to create “LAS 24”. Since then they have developed a lasting and deep artistic relationship marked by several creations. They have being part of the most relevant programmings like the Bienal de Flamenco of Seville, Festival de Jerez, Mercat de les Flors, Festival of Classic Theatre of Merida... and have presented their creations in noteworthy places and theaters like Tanzhaus nrw & International Tanzmesse nrw (Düsseldorf), Théâtre Forum Meyrin (Genève), Les Plateaux-La Briqueterie (Vitry-sur-Seine), Le Quartz-Scène nationale (Brest), Théâtre du Rond-Point (Paris), Festival MIRADAS of Santos (Brasil), and the SIDance Festival in Seul (Korea) among others.
The Company have received the award Giraldillo of Innovation from the XV Bienal of Flamenco of Seville, as well as the Best dance show award from Premios Escenarios 2009 for TI-ME-TA-BLE, O EL TIEMPO INEVITABLE. They also received the award of Best dramaturgy and Best sound space in the Festival of Theatre in the South, and the award of the public to the Most innovative show on tour in the XX International Festival of Theatre and Dance of Aragon with CUANDO UNO QUIERE Y EL OTRO NO.
They have been awarded for their work in ME VA GUSTANDO with the awards of Best dance show from the III Andaluz Theater Awards and Best coreografy from the Premios Escenarios 2015. They received for LIBERTINO the awards of Best dance show from Premios Lorca 2016 and Best original music, Best male dancer and Best female dancer from Premios Escenarios 2017.
“... They appear to be capable of transforming the dialogue between contemporary dance and flamenco, and the relation between both of these arts and street culture. This combined with the search for beautiful and powerful images, energy and passion and the creation of symbolic drama around fundamental issues of human existence, themes which are never abandoned and have also made an unmistakable coherence.
The mixture of dialogue is perhaps the key of this company who are capable of integrating flamenco song and dance with contemporary dance, a traditional wardrobe and new technology, electronic scenery with flamenco attitude, masculinity and femininity. Truth and performance. Heart and head. “
Gonzalo Andino Lucas, LA TEATRAL magazine.