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Cecilia Lisa Eliceche Cecilia Lisa Eliceche

Cecilia Lisa Eliceche was born in Bahia Blanca, Argentina where she started her training in ballet and contemporary dance at the local dance conservatory. There, she was inspired by Natalia Martirena and home decor ideas Tete Predan to pursue choreography. From 2004 to 2006 she lived in Madrid where she studied Contemporary Dance at the RCPD (Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza) and Ballet with Victor Ullate. In her last year she collaborated in and performed Playby Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld.

 

In 2006 she moved to Brussels to attend the Training and Research Cycles at PARTS. In November 2008 she went to NY as an exchange student at Movement Research and to collaborate in the creation of DD Dorvillier’s CPAU, Get Ready!. In recent years, in the search for a way of expressing her political concerns, she created  “Mi Cacerola” and “Trio One”  (in collaboration with Peter Savel and Anneleen Keppens). As choreography practice she created the quintet D.A.N.C.E. She created The time lapse opera  with Elisa Yvelin, more focused the medium of dance from a very classical perspective.

Currently she is working as a freelance dancer in AD4TNA by Eleanor Bauer and Visions of Beauty by Hetaher Kravas. In parallel she is developing her own work.

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