Rafael Molina has been working as a Assistant Choreographer for Cie Ifunamboli since 2017. He has collaborated for three shows: Petites Pièces, Vivantes! and De Homine which received the 1st prize at the Concours Chorégraphique Contemporain Jeunes Compagnies of Sens (France).

Since 2011, Rafael has choreographed pieces for theater companies, dance schools and dance festivals:

  • Cauchemar Intime. Performed in Issy-les-moulineaux and Paris, France/ 2018-2019

  • Vivaces. Choreography commissioned for the St Etienne Conservatory advanced students. Performed at Théâtre Copeau in St Etienne, France/ June 2017 and June 2018

  • L’Appel de la danse. Choreography commissioned for the Rick Odums Dance School advanced students. Performed at the theater of the Villejuif Conservatory, France/ November 2017.  

  • Concerto pour l'Afrique. Co-choreography with Emily Regen. Performed at Théâtre El Duende in Ivry-sur-Seine, France/ October 2017.  

Concerto pour l'Afrique.  October 2017, Paris . Credit Photo: Eva Doreau

Concerto pour l'Afrique. October 2017, Paris. Credit Photo: Eva Doreau

  • Lamentation. Collaboration with Alix Reigner, Artistic Director of Cie Polypous. Performed at Institut du monde arabe, Paris/ May 2016.

Lamentation.  May 2016, Paris . Credit Photo: Slash/Art

Lamentation. May 2016, Paris. Credit Photo: Slash/Art

  • The Ending Circle. Performed at the Martha Graham Studio Theater in NYC, USA/ June 2014

The ending circle.  June 2014, NYC . Credit Photo: Julia Atkinson

The ending circle. June 2014, NYC. Credit Photo: Julia Atkinson

  • Dement. Performed at the Martha Graham Studio Theater in NYC, USA/ December 2012

 

  • The Skin I live in. Performed at the Martha Graham Studio Theater in NYC, USA/ June 2014

The Skin I live in.  December 2012, NYC .

The Skin I live in. December 2012, NYC.

 

  • Médée. Choreography for the theater piece Médée of Compagnie Rhinocéros. Performed at Théâtre Notre Dame for the Avignon Festival, Théâtre Municipal in Béziers and Théâtre Aleph in Ivry-sur-Seine, France/ July and August 2011