Marta Coronado, born in Spain, graduated at Escuela Oficial de Danza del Gobierno de Navarra. She attended the two years dance programme of P.A.R.T.S. first cycle.
In 1998, she became a member of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's company Rosas. In the season 2002 she was awarded with a Bessie Award (New York Dance and Performance Award) for sustained achievement as a performer. She danced and contributed to the creation of Rosas pieces for more than 15 years. She became Rehearsal Director of Rosas repertory projects for the following companies; Paris Opéra for Rain in 2011, 2014 and for Drumming in 2017, Opera de Lyon for Drumming in 2015, Rosas Company from 2015 to 2017. In 2019 and 2020 she is part of Rosas creative team for West side story in Broadway as a choreographer assistant.
She teaches Rosas Repertory, composition workshops and technique worldwide: Theater School in Amsterdam, CNDC Angers, Festival Deltebre, Rosas Company, Les ballet C. de la B., the Ballet de Marseille, P.A.R.T.S. Ultima Vez Company, ImPulsTanz Festival, Artesis, Charleroi/Danses, Thor Company, La Raffinerie, Tic Tac arts center and Conservatorio superior de Madrid.
In 2011 she choreographed Because We Love. In 2012 she co-founded the House of Bertha Collective and premiered their first piece White Noise. Since 2013 she is part of the PHD in one night project. In 2016 she created Soledad Acompañada and Acorde Bajo Continuo and in 2018 she choreographed El Silencio de las Flores for the Prize Principe de Viana.
In 2019 she choreographed the Opera Orfeo and Majnun co-produced by La Monnaie and in 2021 she created the piece Nebula.
In 2019 she co-founded La Faktoria Choreographic Centre in Pamplona. Nowadays she co-directs the centre where she teaches and creates her own work.
In 2021 she became the Artistic Director of TRY, an international training and research programme for young dancers based in Lucca, Italy.