LA FAKTORIA Choreographic Center offers an international training and research program in contemporary dance under the direction of Marta Coronado, Laida Aldaz & Carmen Larraz in the city of Pamplona north of Spain.

This program is designed for dancers who wish to open their knowledge and develop creative processes in an environment of artistic exchange.

First program (from January till June 2019) will house the following teachers and choreographers: Laura Aris, Alix Eynaudi, José Agudo, Judith Sanchez, Isael Mata, Martin Nachbar, Roberto Magro, Marta Coronado, Laida Aldaz & Carmen Larraz.

Second program (from September 2019 till June 2020):
Thomas Hauert, Mark Tompkins, Iñaki Azpillaga, Mat Voorter, Peter Jasko, Salva Sanchis, German Jauregui & more.


Open call for artistic mediation residencies

These residencies give non-professional participants the possibility to approach dance from different perspectives. One of the objectives of the center is to strengthen artistic ties with the local community, as well as to generate new audiences interested...

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Afternoon clases

Due to the recent circumstances caused by the Covid-19 health crisis, La Faktoria cancels the afternoon classes for the entire 2020-21 academic year. It has been a difficult decision for the whole team, since we consider that the development of art and...

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La Faktoria offers an intensive international training programme headed by leading contemporary dance professionals. The programme lasts for a year, from September to June of the academic year. Between 25 and 28 national and international students are part of this specific programme that has the following teachers / choreographers:

Laura Aris, Isael Mata, Martin Nachbar, Thomas Hauert, Judith Sanchez, Mark Tompkins, Albert Quesada, German Jauregui, Daniel Abreu, Mal Pelo (María Muñoz y Pep Ramis), Carmen Larraz, Marta Coronado and Laida Aldaz.



In 2021 / 22 La Faktoria Choreographic Center is offering a new training programme: INTENSIVOS LA FAKTORIA, led by internationally renowned artistic professionals.

It is a new annual program of intensive weekend workshops designed for dance students and professionals. The teachers of this activity are part of the teaching team for the international professional programme.

In this way La Faktoria Choreographic Center aims to make its training center activities available to its wider potential audience.