Danae & Dionysios

 

Dionysios Alamanos – Creator and performer

Born in Athens, Greece and raised in Zante Island, Dionysios Alamanos started his education at the
School of Music and Arts of the Ionian Islands at a young age.
He began experimenting with various styles of street dance alongside his own research on
movement and then studied at the National School of Dance, Greece. As a freelancer, he has
collaborated with Hellenic Dance Company both as a dancer and an assistant choreographer for
Anton Lachky’s in ‘’No more Fairytales’’ and has also performed an excerpt of Akram Khan’s ‘’Vertical
Road’’. Furthermore, he has worked with Cocoon Dance Company. He is currently touring with
Akram Khan Company and Sue Buckmaster’s production ‘’Chotto Desh’’.

Ιn 2015-2016 and in collaboration with Danae Dimitriadi, he created his first piece ‘’Uncia’’ which
has been performed in theatres and festival until today and is now on development for a fullevening
version.

 

Danae Dimitriadi – Creator and performer

Born in Athens, Greece, and graduated from the State School of Dance, Danae danced as a member
of Hellenic Dance Company for the production ‘’Open Frontiers’’ at the Athens Concert Hall and
at the Athens and Epidaurus Festival in choreographies by Akram Khan, Anton Lachky and Martha
Graham. In 2014 she also took part in ‘’Panorama’’ which was presented at the New York City Hall
and at Odeon Herodes Atticus in cooperation with Martha Graham Dance Company. Furthermore,
Danae has been taught repertories such as ‘’Kaash’’ and ‘’iTMOi’’ in London. During 2016 and 2017,
she joined the company ZfinMalta Ensemble.

In 2015-2016 she choreographed her first production ‘’Uncia”, a ten-minutes duet with Dionysios
Alamanos which toured around Greece and in several international festivals; it is now in development for its full-evening version.

CHOREOGRAPHY & MASTER WORKSHOP

Τhrough a combination of various practices, we will focus on the awareness our movement choices. We will experiment with the detailed movement of the hands and the feet’s connection to the ground, while playing around various rhythmical patterns. Finally, we will also share some phrases from our latest duet “Omen of Fάrιsa”.

 

 

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