Marco Vargas & Chloé Brulé

Marco and Chloé direct their company together since 2005. Their union finds its substance in the identical approach they find in their understanding of flamenco as an art of dancing in itself. Together they have been able to create and develop a language of their own that unites tradition and modernity.

They have been part of the most important national programs as Bienal de Flamenco, Festival Jerez, Mercat de les Flors, Festival of Classical Theater of Merida, and have performed their creations on remarkable places such us Tanzhaus nrw & International Tanzmesse nrw (Düsseldorf), Théâtre Forum Meyrin (Genève), Les Plateaux,La Briqueterie (Vitry-sur-Seine), Le Quartz- Scène nationale (Brest) and Théâtre du Rond-Point ( Paris), among others.

Marco Vargas and Chloé Brûlé earned a Giraldillo Prize for Innovation at the 15th Flamenco Biennale of Seville for Ti-ME-TABLE, which was also distinguished at the 2009 Stage Awards with the Dance Award. They also won awards for Best Dramaturgy and Best Sound Space at the Teatro del Sur Festival in Palma del Río for Cuando uno quiere y el otro no and the Audience Prize for Most Innovative Show on Tour at the 20th Aragon International Dance and Theatre Fair for TI-ME-TA-BLE. They won the prize for Best Choreography at the 2012 Stage Awards for Por casualidad, while Me va gustando won prizes for Best Dance Performance at the 2015 Stage Awards and Best Choreography at the 3rd Andalusian Theatre Awards. Their last work, Libertino, received Six nominations for the Max Performing Arts Awards and won the prize for Best Dance Performance at the 2016 Lorca Awards and the prizes of Best Original Music, Best Female Dancer and Best Male Dancer at the 2017 Stage Awards.