Who are we?

The founder and Production Manager

Narcís Subatella Sánchez

(Creator of Narcis Dance Free ballet shoes)

Born in Catalonia, Spain in 1986. At the age of 8, he started taking ballet lessons in “Escola de ballet Carles Ibañes” (Barcelona), where he learned the fundamentals of the classical ballet.

In 2003, at the age of 16, he left home to study in “Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza” in Madrid, obtaining the degree in classical dance. In this period, he also attended several workshops to complete his training.

Between 2005 and 2008, Narcís was hired by some companies and associations where he obtained his first professional work experiences, such as dwarf in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs with the participation of the ballet dancers Tamara Rojo, José Martín and Iñaki Urlezaga, and dancing in Europe danse with choreographies from Nacho Duato and Jiri Kylian.

Since 2009, he has continued to develop as a dancer and in the same year he became part of the ballet ensemble from “Landestheater Detmold” in Germany. During these years, Narcís used his own experience and opinions from many dancers to start researching about new technological materials and manufacturing techniques with the goal of evolving a better ballet shoes.        

After experimenting with many prototypes, he decided to launch the registered brand “Narcís Dance Free” to share a different type of ballet shoe that he created using the experience and needs and wishes of professional dancers.

Assistant and Community Manager

Jérôme Peytour

Born in Limoges, France in 1986. At the age of 8, he started ballet lessons in “Michel Darcy ballet school”. During his training he participated in ballet competitions such as Biarritz, Tour or Chaville (Paris). 


In 2004, at the age of 17, he started to dance with the “Vienna Festival Ballet” in London dancing many of the classical ballet repertory, Swan lake, Sleeping Beauty, La Sylphide, Coppelia, Nutcracker...

In 2007, he joined the company “Ballet David Campos”  in Barcelona, where he dance the neo classique repertoire of the coreographer David Campos. The 'Nutcracker', 'Turn me On', 'Sleeping Beauty', 'Neneledej' were part of the repertoire. He also danced from 2012 with the company of François Mauduit (ex dancer of Maurice Béjart) in ballets such as Maiastra, La pianiste, Marquis de Cuevas, Soirée de Ballet, etc.


From 2013 he join the “Landestheater Detmold” in Germany, where he meet Narcís Subatella Sánchez, the creator of “Narcis Dance Free” ballet shoes. Since then he has given his help, opinion, experience and advice to the company.

Marketing Manager

Cristina Serra

Born in Barcelona, Spain in 1994.

After studying the International Baccalaureate in Barcelona, she attended ESADE Business School in order to study Business Administration between 2012 and 2016.

During all those years she acquired experience from internships in Commercial and Expansion Departments. Moreover, in 2015 she attended HEC Montréal for one semester as part of the exchange program at ESADE.

In 2016 she joined EAE Business School to study a Master in Marketing Online and E-commerce. She started in Narcis Dance Free, in 2017, when as part of the final master project, she helped design and position the website in SERP (Google) through SEO, SEM and SMO and she is doing so since then.

Collaborating photographers

Special thanks to Drakary’s eye and Pascal Schmidt for their collaboration and great job.

Dakary’s eye (Christian Broallier)

Mail: dakary@orange.fr
Facebook: Christian BROALLIER
Pascal Schmidt

Mail: pascal_schmidt@live.com
Website: http://pascals.tumblr.com/
Instagram: the_schmit

 

MISSION:

Our mission is to listen to the needs of the dancers and to search constantly for new materials and techniques, in order to provide an innovative alternative with high quality, while performing with corporate social responsibility.  

 

VISION:

Our vision is to be known worldwide as a brand that offers innovative products, that inspire the freedom of movement, while adapting to the aesthetic and technical desires of the dancers.

 

HISTORY:

The search of modern and innovative ballet shoes arises as a personal necessity of Narcís Subatella, dancer since he was 8 years old, of achieving comfortable dance shoes that could adapt to any type of foot. With this goal in mind, he decided to listen to the needs of different dancers and in conjunction with his own developed a new generation of ballet shoes made to satisfy the dancers desires and needs.

Finally, after several years of investigation looking for the best fabrics and manufacturing techniques, the company created two models of ballet shoes, N6 and N7, which offered the most demanded benefits by the dancers; they are made with breathable material, they adapt to the feet with almost no wrinkles, they are resistant and they will make softer the reception too.

Narcis Dance Free was founded with the aim of sharing and providing innovative and high quality ballet shoes, taking into account the dancers’ experiences and the research and development done by the founder Narcís.

It has been necessary to make a long and meticulous research of different textile manufacturing methods and materials in order to create Narcis Dance Free ballet shoes. Each pair of shoes entails multiple delicate processes that require different techniques, materials and machinery; which means that they can only be created by hand by experienced and versatile craftsmen.

Thanks to our own and other dancers' experiences, we have designed ballet shoes in which every component is thought to satisfy one or more needs and wishes of the dancer.

Our ballet shoes, if used correctly, last on average up to 3 months of professional work.

COMPONENTS

Technical fabrics

Elastic materials of the latest generation that breathe and will adapt perfectly to the foot.

Foams and silicones

Comfortable insoles that protect the feet at all times, and soften the landing after a jump.

Soles

A set of soles made to an exclusive and patented design, placed in areas of maximum wear. This protects feet from chafing and blistering and also allows the ballet shoes to last longer.


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