Performer, Choreographer & Educator | México
Francisco Córdova is now positioned within the top performers, choreographers, and educators of the international performing arts market, participating in numerous meetings and festivals in over 30 countries around the globe. In Europe, he is currently considered one of the most representative educators and performers of the new contemporary dance scene.
He is the Director of the Company PHYSICAL MOMENTUM, Director of ATLAS MÉXICO Festival and Director / Founder of the civil company FÁBRICA ESCENA S.C. He has two master’s degrees: a Master in Theatrical Studies and Stage Direction, and a Master in Stage Lighting from Institut del Teatre (IT) in Barcelona, Spain. A Bachelor ́s Degree in Contemporary Dance from the National School of Dance (ENDCC) in Mexico. He also studied in Montreal, Canada and in New York, U.S.
He has an uninterrupted 21 yearlong artistic career. As a performer he has been part of several companies and projects throughout the past couple of decades. He was the director/founder of the platform Técnicas de Movimiento for ten years. Since 2006 he developed his methodological proposal BODY-ACTION, which he has shared through several workshops at the most important festivals, institutions, schools and arts centers internationally.
Nowadays, his pedagogical proposal stands amongst the main vanguards in international dance education, positioning him as an essential piece within the pedagogical networks in Europe, Asia, and Latin America. He is a direct disciple of David Zambrano and his techniques.
His choreographic speech has been performed in diverse stages and platforms of the performing arts scene, where he has always portrayed his creative profile. He has a record of 42 productions as a choreographer and producer.
The press qualifies him as “One of the 7 new emerging choreographers”; “An international reference and one of the most representative performers of the contemporary dance scene” therefore being one of the most exemplary ambassadors of performing arts in the global horizon.
Throughout his career he has developed as a performer, choreographer, educator, and light designer. He has received several awards, residencies and grants in Latin America and Europe. He has received grants by the National Fund for Culture and Arts, FONCA, and the current System of Supports to Creation and Cultural Projects SACPC in Mexico within the programs: Mexico en Escena MEGA 2020-2022, Grant for Cultural Projects and Co-investments 2017-2018 and 2014-2015, Performing Arts Meeting ENARTES 2016, Creators of Scenic Works 2015-2016, 2011-2012 and 2009-2010, Young Creators 2013-2014, Incentives for Creation and Artistic Development Guanajuato 2007-2008.