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Ester Guntín is a choreographer and director. She holds a degree in Humanities and an MA on Comparative Studies in Art, Philosophy and Literature (MECLAP) at Universitat Pompeu Fabra. In 2017 she starts a Degree in Choreography at Institut del Teatre and since 2014 she works on projects in contemporary art and dance writing.

Her duo Ararat has been semifinalist and finalist of RIDCC Rotterdam International Duo Competition; Duri Korea award of ACT Festival Bilbao for best international emerging artist; and second prize and audience award at the Certamen Estruch. In October 2022 she presents Terra Rhapsody at the CCCB within the framework of the Laboratori Escènic and in Choreolab Ulm in Tanzlabour (Germany).  Her work Quiso negro has been awarded with Premi de Dansa Institut del Teatre 2023. 

Her work has been presented at CCCB (Barcelona), Tanzlabour Ulm, (Germany), Feria ARCO Madrid, Certamen Coreográfico Estruch, ACT Festival Bilbao, Quincena de Dança de Almada Portugal, Christmas Festival 2021 at Plaça Catalunya Barcelona, Rotterdam International Duo Choreography Competition (RIDCC), Holland and Festival Sismògraf, Olot. She has been selected to be part of Biennale Collage with Romeo Castellucci in Biennale di Venezia 2023. 

As movement director she has collaborated with scenic collective V.V.A.A in ARCAS 2020 premiered at Teatre Lliure and Teatros del Canal (2021 and 2022); with Amaga Productions to Allò que hi ha després del diumenge (Escorxador and Sala Beckett 2022); with Entrance Teatro to La casa sin Bernarda (Espai Brossa and Temporada Alta) and with Ferra Utzet to Unes abraçades insuportablement llargues (LaPerla29, Biblioteca de Cataluña); in ARCAS SOUND by Clara Aguilar at CaixaFòrum dNIT (2022); in The Fox Sisters, an opera at the Gran Teatre del Liceu directed by Sílvia Delagneau with music by Marc Migó; in Els encantats by Lucia del Greco (Sala Beckett); in FAM, a short film directed by Álex Sardà (2024); in Toy Box by Marta Pazos at Auditori de Barcelona (2023); Cacophony by Anna Serrano at Sala Beckett (2024); Ifigènia by Alícia Gorina at Teatre Lliure (2024) and Baby no more by VVAA Collective at Teatre Nacional de Catalunya (2024). 

As a performer she has collaborated in l’Amour Toujours by Clara Aguilar at Auditori de Barcelona and in the performance Vot de tenebres by artist Joan Morey (2023). 

She has collaborated on several occasions with Marcos Morau/La Veronal in Opening Night at the Teatre Nacional de Catalunya (2021); in Folkä Netherlands Dance Theatre in The Hague, Holland (2021) and in the film Polvo serán directed by Carlos Marqués-Marcet (2024).