Alejandro Cerrudo Timeline

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March 20, 2018

A Timeline of Alejandro Cerrudo's Work

As we prepare for our upcoming Spring Series, a full evening of works by Alejandro Cerrudo, March 23+24 at the Auditorium Theatre, we took a look at Alejandro's history with Hubbard Street and the other companies he has choreographed for. For more information about the Spring Series, click here

2005: Joined Hubbard Street Dance Chicago as a dancer

2006: Choreographed Lickety-Split for Hubbard Street

2007: Choreographed Extremely Close for Hubbard Street in collaboration with the Illinois Institute of Technology

2008: Choreographed Two Studies for Four Singles for NW Dance Project, and Off Screen for Hubbard Street. Named Hubbard Street Choreographic Fellow

2009: Choreographed First Light for HS2. Named Hubbard Street’s first-ever Resident Choreographer.

2010: Choreographed Deep Down Dos for Hubbard Street in collaboration with the CSO, Blanco for Hubbard Street, Second Light for Augsburg Ballet, and Malditos for Nederlands Dans Theater 2.

2011: Choreographed As few as 3000 for Hubbard Street in collaboration with the CSO, and PACOPEPEPLUTO for Hubbard Street.

2012: Choreographed Never Was for HS2, Little mortal jump, and One Thousand Pieces for Hubbard Street, and Last for Aspen Santa Fe Ballet.

2013: Choreographed Second to Last for Ballet Arizona and Cloudless for Hubbard Street. Created and performed Ego et Tu with Wendy Whelan from Restless Creature.

2014: Choreographed Memory Glow for Pacific Northwest Ballet, and The Impossible for Hubbard Street. Collaborated with The Second City for The Art of Falling.

2015: Choreographed Still in Motion for Hubbard Street.

2016: Choreographed Niebla for Hubbard Street, Sleeping Beauty for Ballett Basel, and Silent Ghost for Aspen Santa Fe Ballet.

2017: Choreographed They are in you head  for Gauthier Dance. Collaborated with Daniil Simkin for Falls the Shadow at the Guggenheim Museum.

2018: Choreographed Out of Your Mind for Hubbard Street at the Auditorium Theatre.

To purchase tickets for Hubbard Street's Spring Series, An Evening of Alejandro Cerrudo, visit the Auditorium Theatre's webpage.

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