Nacho Ricci, Gabriel Tramullas y Emiliano Ron, tres amigos, cuerdistas y formadores profesionales deciden trabajar juntos.
One month working on the Rope:
4 hours per day.
Week 1 Nacho and Emiliano. Understanding Rope and movement.
Week 2 Gabriel. Aerial Movement.
Week 3 Emiliano. Dynamic Rope
Week 4 Nacho. Rope choreography.
About Gabriel Tramullas Gentet
Born in Houilles (Paris – France) in 1976, Gabriel moved with his family to Jaca, a village in northern Spain, where he started practicing figure skating. At the early age of 14, inspired by the mountains surrounding him, he decided to try free climbing. For more than 15 years, he dedicated his life to this sport, setting routes of 8B+/C (5.13D/5.14A) and competing at the regional, national, and international level, while claiming several prizes along the way.
In 2006, after watching a contemporary circus show, Gabriel felt it was time to explore his artistic and creative side within the aerial acrobatics world. He started practicing aerial silks, but quickly moved on to rope and straps. After taking courses and workshops in Spain for over 3 years, he decided to expand his knowledge and for the next 4 years he travelled frequently to Montreal, Canada, to train with instructors and graduates from the renowned École National du Cirque de Montréal (ENC). While in Montreal, he completed more than 800 hours of private instruction focusing on technique, creativity and artistry, teaching strategies, and conditioning, on both rope and straps.
In 2012 Gabriel created “7WW”, the first piece of a rope trilogy act. “UFR” followed next in 2013, and the final piece, “REQUIEM”, was completed in 2014. While truly enjoying the fusion between athleticism and art provided by his rope performances, Gabriel decided he wanted to shift his focus toward helping aerial acrobats achieve their training goals.
While continuing his training for a period of 8 years under the mentorship of Pedro Bergua, one of the most prestigious free climbing trainers in Spain, Gabriel decided to combine his knowledge of these two disciplines to create a unique training system focused on the proper execution of aerial acrobatics.
Founder of “The Aerial Movement®” in 2017, Gabriel has coached students, professionals, performers, and instructors all over Europe and North America. He has taught numerous workshops and courses at schools such as the National School “Maciva Cirkusz Telep” in Budapest, “Rogelio Rivel Escola de Circ” in Barcelona, “Circomedia” in Bristol, “Scuola di Circo di Roma” in Rome, and “En Piste” in Montréal, to name a few. He has also taught rope and straps as a guest instructor in Gravity Circus Centre’s Professional Program (2015), and Fontys Academy of Circus and Performance Art’s bachelor’s Program (2015, 2016 and 2017).
Nacho Ricci es un artista de circo especializado en la cuerda lisa, Nació en Argentina se crió en Mexico y actualmente vive en Barcelona. Sue entrenamiento en circo comenzó a los 18 años en aparatos aéreos, pero desde los 13 estuvo en escenarios como actor y ocasionalmente como mago. Nacho toco por primera vez la cuerda en el año 2007 en la escuela de circo la Arena (Buenos Aires) desde entonce se ha especializado en esta disciplina, siendo un referente en estilo y técnica. tras sus 11 años de experiencia a trabajado con distintas compañías y en diferentes festivales, como (FICHO, PERIPLO, AIRE FESTIVAL, ASHDOD FESTIVAL, MAC, y por supuesto en CIRQUE DU DEMAIN donde obtuvo un premio especial del jurado por su acto aquí ahora
Emiliano Ron is a natural born explorer.
From an academic education in Cinematographic Arts, as a montajist and photography director on documentary film, he began to immerse himself in a particular aesthetic that he put into shape through different techniques associated with different languages, both aesthetic and physical.
With an adolescence marked by literature, martial arts and the South American underground, he inhabits different transversal areas of the counter culture where he puts his principles into shape: the struggle for human rights, punk rock and skateboarding.
With the daily habit of exploring the limit, he begins to investigate different circus aerial techniques that lead him to be an eminence in the subject, developing a raw and wild style, which today bears his name. The Rope Master.
He currently works around the world teaching his own Rope technique and participates in different artistic projects linking the visual arts, contemporary thinking and circus scene.
1 mes en la cuerda.
Cuerda, cuerda, cuerda…