Pablo Rotemberg is director, choreographer, musician, and writer.
He studied at the Argentine Conservatory of Music (Conservatorio Nacional de Música) and the Argentine Film University (Universidad del Cine). He studied dance and dramatic arts with leading teachers in Argentina, Belgium, France and the United States. His works have been showcased in a number of na- tional and international festivals, in Europe, Latin America and the United States. He received grants and awards from the National Arts Foundation (Fondo Nacional de las Artes and the Antorchas Foundation as well as the American Dance Festival, the Prodanza Institute and the Argentine Theater Institute (Instituto Nacional del Teatro).
Recent works: La Wagner (2014); Savage (created for the IUNA Dance Company, 2014); Las Vírgenes (The Virgins) (IUNA Dramatic Arts Department Graduation Project, 2013); Todos o ninguno (All of us or none) (National Arts Fund – Fondo Nacional de las Artes, 2012); La idea fija (The fixed idea) (winner of two Trinidad Guevara Prizes in the Choreography and Lighting categories, in addition to being nominated for the Direction category; four Special Mentions at the Teatros del Mundo Prizes in the categories of Choreography, Direction, Lighting and Origi- nal Music); La casa del diablo (The Devil’s house) and La noche más negra (The darkest night) (both created for the Contemporary Ballet Company of the General San Martín Theater Ballet, 2008 and 2012; Joan Crawford (created for the Ballet Argentino directed by Julio Boc- ca, 2010); Nada te turbe, nada te espante (May nothing disturb you or frighten you) (2009); Bajo la luna de Egipto (Under the Egyptian moon) (2007); Sudeste (Southeast) (dance film, Experimentation Center of the Colon Theater, 2006); El lobo (The Wolf) (2006). For his work as an actor in Stephen Temperley’s Souvenir directed by Ricky Pashkus, he was awarded the María Guerrero Prize for the Incentive Category and also nominated for the ACE and Clarin Prizes as Revelation Actor in 2009. In 2014, he was invited as Artist in Residence by the re- nowned Centro Cultural Gabriela Mistral (GAM) in Santiago the Chile to create a new piece with Chilean dancers regarding the subject of Post Dictatorship experience. La Noche obstinada (The obstinate night) was premiered at the end of July and received critical acclaim.