Mist’ifying: A collaboration between Raluca Grada and Helen Fitzgerald, part of the Architectural Association's Interprofessional Studio. Performed at Lisbon Architectural Triennale 2013 Dancer: Clara Barbera of 'New Movement Collective’
Movement as a form of self-expression is intrinsic to who we are as human beings and I thrive on its ability to move people to their core. As a dancer, choreographer, educator and producer, I aim to continuously work on breaking the barriers between who we are as performers and spectators.
After finishing her dance studies at Centro de Danza Mari Cruz Alcalá and English National Ballet School, her professional career continued as a Soloist with English National Ballet prior to joining Rambert Dance Company.
Her work as a choreographer shows her varied experienced as a classical and modern dancer, as well as her continuous search for a unique voice that evolves with her. As a producer and artistic director, she created the WORK series showcasing the works of international emerging choreographers.
With an academic background that includes both a BA (Hons) in Business Studies by UK´s Open University and a Master in Arts Management by Universidad Complutense de Madrid, currently, she combines her work as the Student Affairs Manager and instructor for Movement for Musicians at Berklee College of Music in Valencia, with her activity as a freelance artist and a founding member of UK´s independent artists´ collective New Movement Collective.
Clara is a member of the Advisory Board for Culturarts- Generalitat Valenciana.
Berklee College of Music and Valencia’s Museo de Bellas Artes are pleased to celebrate International Museum Day (Día Internacional de los Museos) with a special program of musical performances on May 17 and 18, 2014. On Saturday, May 17, Berklee faculty and students will present a special concert of multi-channel, ambient music at 8:00pm and