“The LORCA project”, 
a dance and circus creation inspired in the life and work of Spanish poet Federico García Lorca.  
Le projet LORCA 
Théâtre de Verdure
Jeudi 11 juillet 2024 à 19h

Today we CELEBRATE the moment when we discover movement through our body, it amazes us and makes us wonder, then we coordinate, we learn and we move to find places where we can not reach if it weren’t for MOVEMENT through our life. We start imagining, constructing, revealing and manifesting movement as an expression, as something sacred and divine, as a "let go” -  then it becomes less active, calm, settled, existing just in our memory but completely ALIVE. Then we take a Pause. This to me, is the DANCE of life. It follows everyone’s journey. It is the language of the soul represented through the body. It unites us. Therefore let’s celebrate today our divine gift.


This video is dedicated to everyone who has collaborated  with ezdanza, many who appear here, to explore, create and produce artwork through the milieu of contemporary dance and circus in order to gather, touch and support the unfolding potential of every human being. Congratulations to every single artist in this INTERNATIONAL DAY OF DANCE.

9tAnnual Winning Works Choreographic Competition 2019

LÍNEAS where there is nothing extra, nothing missing, just a constant neutrality which travels through the pure joy of beauty found in constant interaction as human beings and nature, building an atmosphere of sacred stability. Stillness through movement.

by Edgar Zendejas 
Inspired by LHASA DE SELA songs and part of TRIPTYQUE 2019 at École national de cirque de Montreal.

State Street Ballet - Collaboration

"Nothing is permanent in this wicked world – not even our troubles"  Chaplin.

Merging DANCE movement, CIRCUS and mastery of physical disciplines in order to create one goal of united ARTISTIC EXPRESION. With artists Arthur Morel Van Hyfte, Lucas Costa, Yamasawa Hiroaki, Olli Torkkel, and Viktor Kocherin.


The choreographer Edgar Zendejas was invited by the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal to create DOUCE PLAINTE with the second-year dancers which was presented at the show Les danses de la mid-chemin in December 2017 at Tangente Danse

Tuning artistry, virtuosity and beauty with the artists from Escalade - TOTEM Brussels 2017
Artists  Olli Torkkel and Viktor Kocherin, and the great MONKEYS characters team.

Organized by the Ministry of culture and the National Institute of fine arts (INBA) in collaboration with the Secretariat of culture of the City of Mexico, it brings together choreographers, dancers, teachers, students, critics, managers and regular audience to build bridges of dialogue and to accommodate artistic concerns.

"David came to give me a hug to thank us for a full day of dance . This is the best gift for this fullfilling project and David's hug makes it a great exchange".   Edgar Zendejas

Outreach Community Project  "Vamos todos a bailar" for the community of California with State Street Ballet.

Cirque du Soleil C:Lab is an incubator of talent and ideas for the evolution of performance at Cirque du Soleil.

The Workshop Series presented by C:LAB, Cirque du Soleil explores a new acrobatic repertoire by reaching out to athletes from different disciplines. See what happens when three different cultures come together – circus arts, contemporary movement and extreme sports.
With Lucas Costa, Yamasawa Hiroaki and Arthur Morel Van Hyfte
Music by lacrymoboy ( Jean-philippe Barrios )

returns in 2017

Choreography by Edgar Zendejas
Music : Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons Recomposed by Max Ritcher
A first-time collaboration between State Street Ballet, Eisenhower Dance, and ezdanza.
March 4, 2017
Detroit Opera House

"...Zendejas managed to convey the intensely emotional experience it is to live. A beautiful balance of stillness and movement, alternating between intense and soft, was created with anywhere from one to twenty-one bodies. Zendejas and his dancers deserved no less than the cheers and standing ovation that the entire Granada audience did not hesitate to give, having presented one of the most beautiful pieces of work Santa Barbara has seen this year.
Sammy Gerraty, Daily Nexus


Choreography by Edgar Zendejas
Music by Igor Stravinsky
Light design by Lloyd Sobel 
Set and Costume design by Michael Slack 
Premiered February 18, 2017
The Granada Theatre
Santa Barbara, CA

Since its inception, ezdanza has been an expression of constant collaborative work, inspired by the creative energy between interpretive artists and director; this synergy is built on a foundation of reciprocal Respect, Authenticity, Equanimity, Unity, Integrity and Stability.

Now, 10 years later, ezdanza is celebrating its story of challenge and success, and would like to share a few creative moments from its first decade of life; a life that exists thanks to the dedicated cooperation, trust and talents from a rich community of artists, dancers, audiences, donors and friends.

Honouring Freedom, Simplicity and Beauty, the universe of Colibri gives thanks to the Sacred that slumbers within us always. An inner journey toward unexplored horizons, where the royal and majestic slow-motion of an elephant could well intersect the graceful and mesmerizing speed of a hummingbird, and where Life would be only pure joy and celebration.

Choroegraphy by Edgar Zendejas
Chants from the Valaam Monastery Choir)
MARCH  2016

Edgar Zendejas in residence in Richmond once again with Realms of Amber, a new work that is both deeply spiritual and soulful, while bearing his own unique sense of cool and enviable calm. First introduced to Richmond audiences though the New Works Festival in 2014, Mr. Zendejas has found inspiration in some of the beliefs that are closest to his heart for his upcoming world premiere. “I follow a very strong spiritual path, and I believe that the soul or spirit of anybody – a woman or a man – is actually female,” explained Mr. Zendejas. “There’s an energy inside of you that’s female, which to me, means there is something that is good. I’m very attracted by this beauty, and by the beauty of women. And in my culture, Mexican culture, we celebrate women. They are icons – our mothers, sisters, grandmothers. This female figure is very strong in our lives, and gives us a very strong sense of support. So I wanted to do a piece that was about the strength of women.”Photo. Richmond Ballet dancer in Reife by Edgar Zendejas 2014. Richmond Ballet. All rights reserved. Photos by Sarah Ferguson.

GRACIAS , MERCI, THANK YOU for our first tour, ezdanza Mexico City performances at Sala Miguel Covarrubias October 2015
Thank you so much to the entire team of ezdanza, Danza UNAM, Mexico, CALQ, CAM, CAC, Quebec, Canada our donors, guest choreographers Victor Quijada and Mauricio Nava, our production team, board of directors, and to the wonderful Mexican audience.
MERCI de croire en ezdanza!
Gracias por creer en ezdanza!
Thank you for believing in ezdanza !

My most sincere GRATITUDE to:

Mtra. Angelica Kleen, Luisa Sassano, Julie Lee, Laurence Paré-Seguin, Neelanthi Vadivel, Scott Elliott, Michel Cossette, Pps Danse, Claude Fontaine, Jocelyn Sicard, Lynne Fournier-Giasson, Guillermo Rocha, Rajesh Patel, Paco Trejo, Artescen U. de Guanajuato, Mtra Ema Pulido, Mtra. Martha Elena Welsh, Mtra. Selene Aguirre, James Kelly,
Jean-philippe Barrios, Owen Belton, Alejandra Rivera, Gilberto Omar Sanchez The Sconeck, Jasper Gahunia, Diane Piché, Claire Myers, Isabelle Rochon, Susan Alexandre, Mtra. Taina Morales, Mtro. Jesus Corrales, Jean-Yves Esquerre, Louis Robitaille, Anik Bissonnette, Rossetti De Montréal, Louis-Martin Charest, Géovanny Solis, Yen Lasalle, and Edouard Dumoulin.