Lali Ayguadé was born in Barcelona, where she studied dance at the Institut del Teatre and later at Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's PARTS school, learning the repertory of William Forsythe, Trisha Brown and Rosas. After completing her education she joined the Publik Eye Company from Denmark, where she collaborated with the dramaturge Carmen Mehnert. In 2003 Lali joined the Akram Khan Company. She has also worked with Roberto Olivan and Hofesh Shechter as well as with Marcos Morau of La Veronal (who won Spain's national choreography award) and Anton Lachky, Joan Català and others. In 2010 she was nominated as an "Exceptional Dancer" in the Critics' Awards of London. In 2013 she created two short duets, Incognito and Saba, and later also pieces such as Portland or Kokoro.
Marcos Morau studied choreography at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona, the Conservatorio Superior de Danza de Valencia and Movement Research in New York. His artistic skills are not limited to dance but extend into disciplines such as photography, theatre and studying the theory of drama.
In 2005 he created La Veronal, a company formed by artists working in dance, film, photography and literature. La Veronal creates a set of works where the background of each piece takes a country or city as a starting point, creating an analogy between dance and geography.
Marcos was awarded the National Dance Award 2013 granted by the Spanish Ministry of Culture, and many more awards in national and international choreography competitions. He and his team have begun exporting their work to other companies of international repute, creating new pieces for the National Dance Company of Spain, the Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, Skånes Dansteater, the Gothenburg Opera, the Royal Danish Theatre and Carte Blanche (Norway), among others. La Veronal's work is presented at some of the most important festivals and theatres in the world.