Guillermo Weickert combines his work as a performer (dancer and actor) with his role as a choreographer and director. The common link through all his work (creative and educational) is the interest in the role of the performer/interpretor as a centre around which he builds all other devices. The taste for risk, research, meeting and collaboration with other artists from different disciplines and environments is an identity signal of Guillermo Weickert, who has worked since 1998 with many different choreographers and theatre makers including Rui Horta, Marc Rees, Angels Margarit, Alex Rigola, Karine Ponties, etc.

Guillermo Weickert Co formed in 2007 in collaboration with Mandaito Producciones SL with the intention of creating performances that combine rigorous research and daring stage languages with artistic quality. Over a dozen productions have visited many of the festivals and programs more relevant and interesting in dance.
Guillermo has developed his role as a teacher in various public centers ( Institut del Teatre ofBarcelona , Professional School of Dance of Burgos , Escola Superior de Dança in Lisbon , conservatories of Valencia , Malaga , Granada , Seville , Centro Andaluz de Danza …), private ( BAMU dance , Carmen Senra or study3 of Madrid , APdC / La Caldera or area of Barcelona , Costa Contemporary in Almería , etc). In dance and theater companies including Rui Horta Stage Works, Deborah Light, Errequeerre, etc. He has also been a mentor on the project ChoreoRoam Europe (2012 and 2013), jury consultant and project as Choreography Competition Madrid.

Latest from the blog

Artist self portrait photo. A white female with auburn long hair tucked behind her ears. A smaller childlike shadow is cast against the cream wall behind

Dances That Didn’t Happen

Dances that Didn’t happen: Artist Conversations Podcasts  The second episode is now live!   The Garden Series: Lara Ward A series of three podcasts, in conversation with female artists who I didn’t get to work with during lockdown. This series aims to question where artists have found focus and what shifts we have and are…

The Groundwork Winter Round-Up

Dear dancers, movers and makers, We are done for the year and sending you a round up of the amazing work created as part of Seeds Dispersed and Groundwork Presents during this, our Stabilisation program. And a reminder that our online classes are still available for you to keep training while we fundraise for our next…

Read more