The dancer, choreographer and director Víctor Ullate, who has been at the helm of his company for over 25 years and taught artists including Tamara Rojo, Ángel Corella and Lucía Lacarra, will converse with Antonio San José in another session of Conversations at the Foundation. He began dancing at a young age, training with María de Ávila and went on to become principal dancer of Maurice Béjart’s Ballet du XXe Siècle in Brussels. He subsequently directed the first classical ballet company in Spain and later created his own company, the Ballet Víctor Ullate. At present he also runs a ballet school and the Fundación para la Danza Víctor Ullate, set up to train underprivileged dancers.
To conclude, San José will ask Ullate to come up with three proposals that, in her opinion, may help to improve society. The conversation will be accompanied by the projection of videos and images relating to our guest’s career.
This session will be streaming on Channel March: www.march.es/directo/?l=2