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Mariela Nestora- YELP danceco.

September 25, 2013

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Could you briefly introduce yourself? I’m Mariela Nestora. I choreograph for YELP dance company, which started in London and then moved and is now based in Athens. There’s a core of artists I collaborate with but ultimately the company moves when I move. When did you go to London and then come back to Athens? […]

Elpida Orfanidou, interview by fromstagetopage

September 24, 2013

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update   Could you briefly introduce yourselves? My name is Elpida Orfanidou, I was born in Berlin, I am Greek and I grew up in Athens. I studied dance in Athens at Grigoriadou dance school while also studying Pharmacy and Piano, all of this at the same time. I continued with choreography studies in Arnhem […]

Kostas Tsioukas, interview by from stage to page

September 23, 2013

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  Could you briefly introduce yourselves? Kostas Tsioukas, performer, dancer, dance teacher, choreographer, with a background of traditional dances and computing. I recently started singing lessons and acting in films. What do you want to question with your current project? At the moment I am collaborating with visual artist Anthea Hamilton, on a project we […]

Stephanie Tsakona- Magma dance theatre, interview by fromstagetopage

September 9, 2013

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update Could you briefly introduce yourselves? Ι’m Stephanie Tsakona, dance teacher and choreographer and sometimes a performer. In 1996 I founded Magma dance-theater company, although I started choreographing in 1992. What do you want to question with your current project? The current works under the title of ‘Ideogram’, question human movement or stillness in relation […]

Creo dance company- Polina Kremasta

September 5, 2013

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Creo  is a contemporary dance company based in Athens, Greece- created in 2008, part of the Reon non-profit group of artists and a member of the Association of Greek Choreographers since 2010.  “Apogee” The research is an attempt to explore the interaction between contemporary and Greek traditional dances and the encounter of the two in a “new” […]