Born in 1960, the Argentine choreographer, who has been living in Madrid since 1989, is the true promoter and creative soul of Aracaladanza, a company he founded in 1995 after obtaining the award for outstanding choreographer at the VIII Madrid Choreography Competition.

Having received an eclectic training in the most prestigious institutes in Buenos Aires, Enrique Cabrera was part of the stable cast of the most important contemporary dance companies in Argentina.

His particular way of creating and his interest in attracting younger audiences has allowed him to bring together a solid artistic team with whom he shares a passion for dance and a distinct way of using the set and props, which have become his personal trademark.

He is a pioneer in the concept of dance performances for family audiences, his work has attracted attention in Europe and Asia, where he has become a creative reference and where he is at the forefront of work aimed at promoting new audiences for the performing arts.

His stage works have been co-produced by the most prestigious European and Asian theaters, have been seen by thousands of spectators, been critically acclaimed and won important awards.

In addition to his work as a choreographer, he has been the director of a number of musical productions, most notably those produced for Palau de la Música and Auditori de Barcelona.

He has received the "Antonio Ruiz Soler" Dance Choreography Award 2005, conferred by the Madrid City Council for his work ¡Nada... Nada!. He has offered courses and given lectures in a number of universities; he has created choreographies for several dance agencies and British companies; has shared experiences with choreographers, educators, writers, painters and filmmakers of international stature; he has been part of different dance juries and has offered master classes in universities and schools of dramatic art and dance.

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