Bruno Ramri 1978, Mexico. Bruno’s path comes from being a professional dancer graduated from the Colegio Nacional de Danza Contemporánea in Querétaro City, Mexico and graduated from the Centro Interdisciplinario de Artes Escénicas Danzjárofa in Mexico City. He collaborated as a soloist dancer and choreographer with companies such as Ballet Independiente, La Cebra Danza Gay and Efel Danse having presence in Mexico, Cuba and Germany. As a choreographer his pieces stand out; Mirando al cielo buscando el Sol (2001), Hábitos oscuros (2006), El perfume de las sombras (2007), Encuadre negro-blanco (2010), Nunca más. Anonima Danza (2012) and Sterile Zone (2013).
In 2012 as an independent artist he becomes a scholarship holder for the Asuntos Internacionales program of FONCA to participate in the Xplore Festival Europe in Berlin by choreographer Felix Ruckert and through the Secretaría de Relacioes Exteriores (SRE), he achieves a residency in Bern with the artistic collective Sweet & Tender of the end of the world coordinated by Chris Leuenberger and another one for technical improvement at the Tanz Lucerner Theater directed by Kathleen McNurney in Lucerne, Switzerland. As a result, he premiered Huevos en la Mexicana (Seré Su-Frida) at the Casa Latinoamericana Association and the Instituto Mexicano de Cultura (ICM) with branches in Copenhagen and Vienna; and the following year, Revenge Porn: La Invasión de la Privacidad (2013) a post-porn project at the Museo del Chopo, Centro Cultural España and Teatro Esperanza Iris in Mexico City. It is worth mentioning that in parallel he has contributed to audiovisual projects such as, Animal de fantasía (2013) a documentary by Olivia Portillo Rangel and La Libreta Verde de Nellie (2013) a series of video dances by Rocío Becerril.
Bruno settles in Barcelona where he collaborates in projects like, Fiesta de los XXY Años (2014) performance/educational meeting of the artivist Lia García; Longing for the impossible for the moment it is real (Barcelona-London-Copenhagen) in 2017 and A Short Journey into Folded Space (Barcelona and Birmingham) in 2019 multidisciplinary shows around the megaconnectivity by Jana Bitterova and Daniel Biscoe; Halab (2017) piece on the via crucis of migration through the Mediterranean Sea by Sol Picó; The Touching Community / Greenberg 1992. Acción en local gay con cuarto oscuro (2017) performance on the HIV/AIDS pandemic by Aimar Pérez Galí; La doble hélice (2017) piece on synchrony and genetic asynchrony by Silvia Batet; and Work in prozess (2018) piece that works from the construction of the daily gesture by Raphael Holzer.
On the other hand Ramri in her most recent stage has articulated artistic-pedagogical projects such as Cells-off (2017) multi-sensorial dance project for educational inclusion together with ONCE; Bella como una cárcel que se quema (2018) intervention project in the facilities of the Wad Ras Women’s Penitentiary; Flamenco Optativo (2019) project together with choreographer Juan Carlos Lérida where a new subject was designed within the same curriculum map of the Institut del Teatre; and Rhizomathic Dance Trainning (2019) collaboration with artist Ulrika Berg in the DOCH installations in Stockholm. He also founded the collective Les empiricxs with Saca el cuerpo a pasear (2018), a project about the study and revision of the concept of the flamenco repertoire, carrying out several residencies within the city.
Bruno Ramri studied Dance Pedagogy at the Institut del Teatre, but his desire to experience a multicultural environment led him to the Dans och Cirkushögskolan (DOCH) in Stockholm, Sweden; in the framework of the Erasmus Program completing his studies at this university. He also has a postgraduate degree in Dance Movement Therapy from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB).
Finally, she is developing artistic-pedagogical practices through her latest project entitled Danzas Furiosas (2020), a project structured through the application of artistic-didactic-decolonial devices; and collaborating in the development of research methodologies in the Laboratorio de investigación dede el flamenco of the Institut del Teatre coordinated by Juan Carlos Lérida, besides being part of the team Tot Dansa 2021 as a trainer, mediator and assistant to the choreographer Mario García Saez, a project organized and promoted by the Instituto of Educación del Ayuntamineto de Barcelona, Mercat de les Flors and the Institut del Teatre.