2020: Frida, created for the Dutch National Ballet is named Best premiere by Dance Europe.

2020: A Streetcar Named Desire, performed this year by Nashville Ballet is named Best literature      

            adaption to ballet.

2019: Receives the Jacob’s Pillow Choreography Award.

2018: Last resistance, created for the Dutch National Ballet was named “Best premiere of  

           the year” by Dance Europe Magazine.

2017: Ecdysis, created for ballet of Flanders and sharing the bill with Martha Graham and

           Pina Bausch was named best premiere of 2017 by Dance Europe.

2017: A Streetcar Named Desire was included in the list “Best of Dance 2017” by Dance  

           Magazine US.

2017: Annabelle has been included in the “Memorable performances of 2017 in the UK” by

           DanceTabs journalist Lynette Halewood.


2016: Oscurio, created for Ballet Nacional de Cuba gets an honorary mention in the Libro de Honor

           del Teatro Alicia Alonso, Cuba.

2016: Broken Wings, created for ENB in April 2016 is on several Best of 2016 list:

          • Dance Magazine Europe, December issue

          • The Arts Desk UK http://www.theartsdesk.com/dance/best-2016-dance-ballet

          • DanceTabs. com


          • Pointe Magazine http://pointemagazine.com/inside-pt/the-standouts/

          • The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2016/dec/04/luke-jennings-best-dance-2016-akram-khan-michael-clark-tamara-rojo?CMP=share_btn_tw

2016: Broken Wings, created for ENB has been nominated in the category Best new classical

           choreography by the National Dance Award. As well as Tamara Rojo was nominated    

           for her role of Frida Kahlo, and Irek Mukhamedov for his role of Diego Rivera.

2015: Sombrerisimo, created for Ballet Hispanico received the Villanueva Award for best

           international production in Cuba, after its appearance during the 24th International Dance        

           Festival of La Habana.

2015: A Streetcar Named Desire was revived by the Scottish Ballet and has been included in:

           • The best of the year 2015” by Laura Molzahn of the Chicago Tribune

           • ‘The Six game-changing productions of 2015’ by Steve Sucato of the Pittsburg City Paper 

           •‘ The Dance in 2015’ by Mark Monahan of the Guardian UK

2015: Mammatus, created for the Joffrey Ballet is included in the “Best dance of 2015” by

           Hedy Weiss of the Chicago Sun-times.

2014: Sombrerisimo, created for Ballet Hispanico, and one of the three commissions for Fall For    

           Dance NYC 10th anniversary, is included in the ‘Best of 2013’ of US Dance


2013: Awarded ‘Best Classical Choreography’ for her full-length ballet A Streetcar Named Desire,

           created for the Scottish Ballet, by the Circle of Critics of the National Dance Award UK.

2013: Awarded the South Bank Sky Arts Awards for “Best new production” for A Streetcar Named


2013: Nominated for an Olivier Award in the category best new dance production for A Streetcar      

           Named Desire.

2012: Dance Magazine US names her work Cylindrical Shadows, created for Pacific Northwest   

           Ballet, as one of the highlights of 2012.

2011: Zip Zap Zoom was included in the 10 best Dance highlights of the year in the Montreal


2010: Zip Zap Zoom was included in the 10 best dance moments of the year by the Pittsburg


2009: Both her pieces Zip Zap Zoom (BJM-Danse Montreal) and Nube Blanco (Luna Negra Dance

          Theater) are included in the list of 10 best dance highlights of the year in San Diego and 


2003: Wins the First prize and public’s prize at the International Choreographer’s Competition of

           Bornem (Belgium)  with the piece Replay.


2002: Wins the 3rd prize with the piece "Clair/Obscur" at the Hannover’s Choreographers competition.