By Mariuca Marzà



"I am a professional dancer of contemporary, neo/classical dance with an interest in choreography and modern and conceptual art."



My Idea

I’m an artist that advance the art forms of dance and choreography. I connect artists and audiences through investigative, collaborative and interdisciplinary artistic activities at my studios and beyond of mind.


The ideas of my choreography launches the possibility to all dancers and choreographers to comunicate and explore “why are you dancing?”


Each movement transform all spaces studio into improvised theaters becaach the dance itself reaches the audience by wonderful innovative form of universal communication, which emerges the visual and performing arts.





My first memory begins at age 6 at a private school “Aire studio danza” in Catania, Sicily.


My teacher called me lovingly “wormwood” because my body was slim and without a self-perception of what came around me.


As soon as I finished the Accademia Nazionale di Danza in Rome (ITALY) I started to work on myself as to expand my technical and artistic knowledge.


I moved to New York and studied at Steps and Broadway (USA – New York).


My goal was getting more experiences of what I wanted to be (dancer); I danced at various theater companies such as Atlantic City Ballet (USA) Naschiville Ballet (USA);


Another memory was when I decided to “change page” in my career to looking for other experiences and “open my mind”: feeling more artist and pass over the steriotypes of the classical ballet.


I decided to open my mind; for that reason I moved to Germany where I still work as a dancer at the Landestheater Eisenach.


In that place I found my space and balance dimension, in a both way: as a woman and as an artist.


I would like to share my passion with distant and near people. I will write about my work, all things that I see and how I perceive them.


The purpose of my Dance Choreographic is to bring in the attention of the community the beauty of dancing and its role in the aesthetics’ education of all dancers.


Dancing evolved, as other forms of art, on two axes: tradition and modernity. Our competition targets both aesthetical axes, promoting the diversity and plentitude of dancing styles.


The general objective is to facilitate the assertion of the artistic, creative and interpretive potential, being of interest for young choreographers, as well as dancers from the dance industry.



Where do you get your inspiration to create?


Usually, I look for what surrounds me and, what happens everyday in my life and how much inspiration I can get from them.


like, for example: the babies, when they try to make the first step, it’s wonderful to look at them and how much beauty and harmony they make lines and movements into space, (sometimes in a funny way) but anyway, they create a real choreographic sequences full of communication and esthetic look.


How is the passion of dance born?


The passion for dancing, was born exactly when I started to understand my body and how it was moving around the space.


I think that the natural movement of man is the best way, where I can get inspiration for all my compositions;


Because all what is natural for me, is the basic for making a choreography; where you can see all manifestations of expressiveness, rhythm, and dynamics of the body by the fluidity of the Release or the power of Contact or the energy of the Floor work or by the elegance of Neo-classic dance which characterize my choreographic vision.


A passionate suggestion from a young artist to an other young artist?


The best suggestion that I could give is to be able to defend your work with humility and intelligence in all contests.


Even if a friend doesn’t understand much because he/she does not follow the dance, or a journalist or the most important critic, anyway you must always be able to defend your work,because only like that you can respect your work and yourself.


Type of dancer to which I’m giving my educational didactic work


I think that the dancer is the one who does the dance because he gives life of movement, while the figure of the teacher has a important role: to awake the dancing spirit of the student.


In my choreography, my aim is to create with a dancer a process of growth and search for movement; and show to the spectator a strong and incisive identity.


When the student has acquired and learned the stylistic and technical notions, the teacher must with technical skill and human sensitivity explain the execution of the steps and take care of the dancer.


The teacher will have to understand when the dancer is in difficulty, and in case of it, he must stimulate and encourage him, so that he can improve the performance of the choreography.(All this under a positive atmosphere for both).


The dancer will have to be careful and focused on what he will do, without losing the details of each movement, and he must take attention of his presence in space and the figures that he will draw.


The sequence of steps must appear clear, precise, fluid, incisive and dynamic in music where he is using a correct energy on accents, suspensions, accelerations and stops of movement.


The choreography should mainly be done with socks; I absolutely prefer that the dancer doesn’t use any kind of shoes; so that he or she can feels better all perception and relationship of the body with the ground.


In academic terms, the dancer should have already get the diploma or attend the VII – VIII course; because in my choreography I would like to work with a dancer who is already mature and who has already get a good technical – artistic background; so that I can work on it and refine everything of the piece with the dancer.


I hope that I was been clear and efficient to explain my concept of teacher and choreographic idea:


“To create a creative research process, where the objective vision of the idea and the concept itself are mixed with my personal experiences, from ideologies to thoughts, with the aim of giving the spectator the possibility to be reflected him self in what happens on stage and give to dancer the possibility to growth technically, stylistically and humanly and why not? to learn something new about himself but also about me”




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