Giulia Sugranyes

Nationality: ES
Current Residency: BE
Generation: 1 | 1995-1998
Last Update: February 1, 2013

Giulia Sugranyes was born in Brussels in 1977 but grew up in Madrid. There she studied Spanish dance and Flamenco at the National Conservatory.

In 1995 she was admitted to the dance school P.A.R.T.S., where she graduated in 1998.

She has collaborated with choreographers Enzo Pezzella, Brice Leroux, Anabel Schellekens and Arco Renz. She created the solo D'à bord, that was selected for Trappelend Talent '99. Together with Maarten van Cauwenberghe, she choreographed the duo Redial 2 and made the group piece tijd à tijd for the company Polydans.

In 2001 Giulia becomes a member of Rosas. She danced in the revival of Drumming and Rain and contributed to April me (2002), Bitches Brew / Tacoma Narrows (2003) and Kassandra (2005) and Ragas for the rainy seasonA love supreme (2006) .

In 2010 she gets a bachelor in Plastic, Visual and Spatial Art at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels, enlarging in this way, her passion for scenic space. In 2011 she obtains a master in Interior Design at the same academy with High Honors.

Since, Giulia is busy in the fields of scenography, design and plastic art.

She has won several prices and has participated to various design exhibitions and fairs.

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