German Jauregui

former dancer and rehersal director of Ultima Vez company/Wim Vandekeybus


German Jauregui is a choreographer, dancer and teacher based in Brussels.

In 1998 he joins the company Ultima Vez/Wim Vandekeybus, where he works as a dancer during more than 10 years, in the creation and touring of 9 pieces. Since 2015, he works as a movement assistance and rehearsal director in several creations.

Since 2021 he works with the company Oester, directed by Aida Gabriels, where he dances and choreographs the pieces “Dance of the seven veils” (2021), “Styx” (2022), and choreographs “The wild stage” (2022).

He also collaborates with Loïc Touze, Idoia Zabaleta/Moare danza, Side-Show, Seppe Baeyens, and participates 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 starts to develop his own work with the creation of the pieces “ Isaac” (2007), “Sunset on Mars” (2009), “ Confession” (2013). Together with the choreographer Antía Díaz Otero, he creates “Isaac y Diola” (2016) and “Rassemblement ” (2019). In 2023 he directs Béla Bartók’s opera Blubeard’s Castle.

As a Guess choreographer he creates pieces for companies in Spain, Belgium, Mexico and Canada. In parallel, he teaches workshops internationally.



Contemporary technique + partnering

During this workshop Contemporary techinque and Partnering work will be combined. The workshop will consist in a very particular approach to the movement and some of its main physical mechanisms, movement will be will be considered as a theatrical act rather than as a technique. We will study and practice some basic tools and principles, which will allow us to find precision, organicity and the right intention while we dance, as well as to explore different movement qualities and physical states.