La petita malumaluga is a company made up of dancers and musicians specialized in performing arts for babies, early childhood and their families.
It is committed to respectful creative projects, provocatively non-infantilized languages and artistically contemporary proposals.
His productions have been presented in China, Norway, the United Kingdom, France, Denmark, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Finland and Macao, in some of the most important theaters, fairs and festivals of the international scene: Teatre Nacional de Catalunya (Barcelona ), Teatro Español (Madrid), Mercat de las Flors (Barcelona), Festival Grec (Barcelona), Shanghai Children’s Art Theater (Shanghai), Festpillene Bergen International Festival (Norway), National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts – Weiwuying, (Taiwan), International Arts Carnival (Hong Kong), Macao Cultural Center (Macao) and Dansa València (Valencia). The creations of the company have been recommended by the “Red de Teatros” and have been nominated for the Max and Butaca Awards (equivalent to the Tony Awards in Spain and in Catalonia).
Contemporary arts for contemporary babies, children and adults.
ALBERT VILÀ I EVA VILAMITJANA
Eva Vilamitjana (dancer and choreographer) and Albert Vilà (musician), created the company in 2011. Both have a long previous international career. In addition, they have a great experience in the pedagogical field.
They usually collaborate with projects that investigate new educational and pedagogical forms (centers of living education, free pedagogy …) and have a long experience leading team building sessions with drums and drum circles for the corporate and educational sector.
In the performer field, they have worked in some of the most prestigious theatres and festivals: Barbican (United Kingdom), Karl Marx (Cuba), Sadlers Wells (United Kingdom), Teatre del Liceu (Barcelona), Mercat de les Flors… and they have worked with dance and theatre companies: Hofesh Shechter, Theater O, Estopa, Nats Nus, El petit Liceu, Pepe Hevia, Buissonière…
It is committed to respectful creative projects, provocatively non-infantilized languages and artistically contemporary proposals