2011 First Prize at the VII Certamen Internacional de Danza y Artes Escénicas de la ciudad de Alcobendas (Madrid, Spain)
2011 Critic and Audience Prize at the XXV Certamen Coreográfico de Madrid (Madrid, Spain)
2012 RCH Prize for the best interpretation at the Certamen Internacional de Coreografía de Burgos-New York (Burgos, Spain)
2012 First Prize and Audience prize at the XVIII Concurso Coreográfico "Les Synodales" (Sens, France)
2012 First Prize and Audienec Prize at the 7th NO BALLET International Choreography Competition (Ludwigshafen, Germany)
2014 Prize of the XIX Internationalen Wandertheaterfestival (Radebeul, Germany)
Te odiero represents the encounter point between love and exasperation that stimulates a couple with its sentimental ups and downs. Questioning the elementary communication through movement, actions and desires collide in to to the clumsiness of the bodies they inhabit, taking them up to their limits. Confrontation and union are making their appearance and the performers embark into a dazzling dance, both volatile and unifying.
Dance and Choreography:
Candelaria Antelo & Arthur Bernard Bazin
Music: Louis Amstrong “Basin Street Blues”
Cinematic Orchestra "The Fear Theme"
Kid Koala "Basin Street Blues"
"Is a place to coexist, a place where we cling to each other to survive, it is not always easy or pleasant, it is what it is: potential, limits, passion, exasperation, uncontrollable life."