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Lady of Spain
Carmen's Tango Bar
The Red Haired Carmen
Evening of Spanish Dance
Denver, Colorado (1954-1965)
Copenhagen, Denmark (1968)
Lillian Cushing School of Ballet; Ernestine Smith, Denver Parks and
New York (1964-1965)
American Ballet Theatre; Robert Joffrey School of Ballet.
Madrid, Spain (1965-1985)
Madame Kashuba of the original Pavlova Company; Karen Marie Taft,
Danish Bournoville School of Ballet.
Madame Francine, Danish School of Ballet.
Madrid, Spain (1965-1985)
Flamenco: Antonio Marín, Mercedes León, Angel
Torres, Raul, Tomás de Madrid.
Regional: Pedro Azorín (Jota), Juanjo Linares.
Escuela Bolera: Mercedes León, Pacita Tomás, Alberto Lorca,Victoria Eugenia.
Related Teachings and Choreography Experience
-Madrid, Spain (1980-1985)
*Instructor: Private classes in Spanish Dance and freelance choreographer.
-Scandinavian Countries (1968)
*Freelance instructor and choreographer.
-Sidney, Australia (1970-1972)
*Instructor for British Ballet Theatre. Choreographer: "Los Duendes."
-United States (1985-present)
-María Benítez "Estampa Flamenca," Patri Nader Spanish Dance Theatre,
-San José, California, Central City Opera: "Carmen," and Spanish Dance
-Arts Company in New York.
Flamenco Instructor in Denver, Colorado and director of "Amanecer" company.
-Director, Choreographer and dancer in Pablo Rodarte’s Dance España production of "Navidad Flamenca," 1993-1997 United States Coast to Coast tour.
-Director and Choreographer for "Carmen’s Tango Bar" which played to sold out house, Kimo Theatre in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
"Pablo Rodarte's performance as the mad, insect-eating Renfield was a masterpiece of characterization." - Albuquerque Journal, Jennifer Noyer (Nov. 3, 2004)
"Another highlight of the evening was a scene at the sanitarium where Pablo Rodarte's performance as the mad Renfield in a cage, quivered with a believable sense of evil possession." - The Sunday Journal, Jennifer Noyer (Oct. 14, 2001)
"Pablo Rodarte perpetuated the fierce macho image throughout with stronger stamps, and ever more haughty bearing." - Dance Magazine, Julinda Lewis
"A man facing death is seduced by a deathlike lover in the second duet, whose characters were etched in acid by Pablo Rodarte and Carlota Santana." - New York Times, Jennifer Dunning
Doña Flor and Her Two Husbands. "Dr. Teodoro, Flor’s timid second husband, was played by the genial Pablo Rodarte" - New York Times, Jennifer Dunning
"The tall and slender, Pablo Rodarte plays a potential suitor who watches Maria from the corner of the stage. Whenever the pair makes eye contact, her movements take on a renewed energy." - Journal Dance Writer, Santa Fe, Carole Mazur
"Pablo y Luisa. An exciting night of pleasure to watch these fabulous dancers. - Gazeta Macaense Macao
"Their recent concert represented the essential intuitive quality and creative ability to interpret Spanish music at it’s highest levels." - Manila Bulletin, Manila, P.I.
"Individually, the soloist possessed a distinctive approach to the art of flamenco"-
The Manila Times, P.I.
"One of the most beautiful events of the evening…, their dance interpretation of DeFalla’s Ritual Fire Dance." - Rocky Mountain News
"In contrast, Rodarte seems a pristine classicist, his feet purring out an evenly escalating cascade of heel taps." - The Tribune, Berkeley, CA, Janice Ross
"Rodarte has the same proud bearing set off by expressively dramatic hand and arm gestures and a long-legged, lunging stride that gobbles up space." Minnesota Star & Tribune, Mike Steele