Photo. Juan Luis Gonzalez
After 15 years of traveling the world through dance , I seek to build a professional contemporary dance company in San Luis Potosí, FDR Dance Theater, this being a cultural company that will continue the model of my European platform FDR Dance founded in Rotterdam, Countries low in 2011.
At FDR Dance we believe that "Movement is the language of existence"
Fernando Domínguez Rincón (San Luis Potosí, México 1987) has a degree in Dance from CODARTS University of the Art Rotterdam , specializing in modern and contemporary genre. In 2008 he was awarded the Corrie Hartong Funds European Scholarship at CODARTS University of the Arts in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Also in 2011, he was awarded a scholarship by the Government of Mexico through the Study Abroad program of the National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA) and the National Council of Science and Technology (CONACYT) to specialize in Contemporary Ballet with the Dans companies. Ateliers, Henny Jurriens Stichting and Carmen Rozenstraten co-founder of Ballet Lines Alonzo King.
Fernando Domínguez began his training in contemporary dance at the Instituto Potosino de Bellas Artes in San Luis Potosí, Mexico and at the American Ballet Theater College Program in New York, USA.
With fifteen years of experience as a dancer, choreographer and producer, he has consolidated a professional career in Europe and America. As a dancer he performed an extensive repertoire that includes works by Jiri Kylian, Hans Van Manen, Lucinda Childs, Martha Graham, Adriaan Luteijn, Liat Magnezy, Arno Schuitemaker, Melissa Ellbeger.
As a choreographer he works for stage productions and video dance in the Netherlands, Germany and Mexico.
His choreographic work for video dance has garnered more than 46 awards worldwide , including the Best Short Film Award for the LGBT community in Cannes Short Film Festival in 2015 , in addition to awards at film festivals in the Netherlands, Germany, Finland, France, Mexico, Great Britain, Italy, the United States, France, among others, including Mexico's first national video dance venue in 2014.
FDR DANCE that in addition to developing artistic work, produces international exchanges between Europe and Mexico with recognized companies such as NEDERLANDS DANS THEATER (2017), BUDAPEST DANCE THEATER (2018) and HAMBURG DANCE COMPANY (2019)
Photo. Jaap de Jonge