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Adrian Navarro is a dancer, teacher and choreographer based in Berlin.

He has had full time education in professional dance and studied Arts Management and Dance Studies in Mannheim (HfMuDK), Hagen (FernUni), Hamburg (HfM), Berlin (FU) and Paris (Paris 8).
Adrian has also been granted scholarships by the Dance Foundation Birgit Keil (Stuttgart/Germany), the Agda Cecilia Riltons Balettfond and the Friends of the Drottningholm Palace Theatre (both Stockholm/Sweden).

During his career as a professional dancer, Adrian Navarro was engaged with aalto ballett theater Essen, the Gothenburg Ballet, Karlsruhe Ballet and Royal Swedish Ballet. He has also worked with famous choreographers such as Jorma Uotinen, Hans van Manen, Christian Spuck, Richard Wherlock, Renato Zanella and Mats Ek. In addition, Adrian was invited to perform at Galas in Essen, Hanover, Munich and Stuttgart as well as touring both in Europe and overseas.

Since 2011 Adrian Navarro pursued his passion for dance research and historical dance forms and joined historically informed dance productions as a soloist dancer with companies such as Corpo Barocco, L'Eventail and Nordic Baroque Dancers. He has also been invited to lecture on Baroque Dance and appeared in the media on several occasions as a specialist for historical dance. In addition, Adrian is teaching Management, Dance Theory and History of Dance and Music at the vocational dance training programme at the International Ballet Academy Hans Vogl, Berlin.

Adrian's current artistic interest as a choreographer is dominated by historical choreographic content and its translation into a poetic theatrical product that is relevant today by using contemporary dramaturgy and adequate compositional tools.

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