Guest Artist / Faculty / Dancer
David Coria has been trained by such renowned flamenco and Spanish dance teachers as Paco Fabra, Lola Mesa, Aurora Bosh, Jose Granero, Juana Amaya, Aida Gomez, Jose Antonio, Carlos Robles, Ana Maria Bueno, Eva La Yerbabuena, Belén Fernández and many more. In 2000, he joined Aida Gómez’s company, which gave him the opportunity to participate in the film Iberia, directed by Carlos Saura. One year later, Coria joined the Spanish National Ballet under the direction of Elvira Andrés and later José Antonio, participating in the performances "Medea" by José Granero, "Danza y Tronio" by Mariemma, "Fuenteovejuna" by Antonio Gades, "Concierto de Aranjuez" Pilar López, and dancing solo roles in "IIusiones FM" by Maria Pages, "Leyenda" and "Café de Chinitas" by José Antonio, etc. Coria has also been a member of Estevez & Paños’ company Dos por Medio, dancing in the shows “Flamenco XXI" and "Sonatas." He has also collaborated in Rubén Olmo’s productions "Belmonte" and "Pinocchio," Rocío Molina’s "Goyescas" and "Oro Viejo" and worked as a choreographer and dancer in Rafaela Carrasco’s "150 gramos de pensamientos" and "Vamos al tiroteo," winner of the Best Choreography Award - Flamenco Biennial of Seville – 2008.
In early 2010, Coria danced in the show "Todo Cambia" created for "Flamenco Festival" (USA), sharing the stage with artists such as Rocío Molina, Pastora Galván, Manuel Liñán and Belén López, among others. In June 2010, Coria’s collaboration with Guadalupe Torres and Jonatan Miro, a large-scale production entitled "Momentos," premiered at the Teatro Fernan Gomez in Madrid as part of the Danza en La Villa Festival, garnering rave reviews from Spain’s most important dance critics. That same year, Coria was named one of Tanz Magazine’s Dance VIPs. Coria has also worked in Madrid’s best flamenco tablaos, including Casa Patas, Corral de la Pacheca, Corral de la Morería and Café de Chinitas.
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