Laura Giuntoli Bio

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Biography Laura Giuntoli


Laura Giuntoli (Italy, 1989) is based in Berlin.

She is a dancer. She began her studies in ballet and modern dance at the "Pontedera Danza” School in Italy, where she graduated in both categories. Laura received a scholarship to continue her studies at the Hamlyn Dance School, in Florence, Italy. In  2008 she won the third prize at the “Anna Pavlova Concourse” for the contemporary dance section. She attended the   “Modem-Scenario Pubblico" intensive studies  guided by Roberto Zappalà thanks to which she  specialised in contemporary dance.


Laura has been working in  several dance projects through out Europe among which:

- those with the dance company Maktub Noir, in Italy

- those with the dance company Leggere Strutture, in Italy

- the project  “Bodies in Urban space" directed by  Willi Dorner in Eindhoven, Holland

- the project “Don Quijote" directed by Tobias Bungter and Laura Quarg for the  Bad Hersfeld Festspiel in  Germany 

- the projec “Der Klein Prinz" directed by Doris Schaefer in Berlin

- the projects "Exploring Visual" and "Body PlaY” in Berlin with the choreographer Chaim Gebber

- she danced in  the Opera “Le Prophète” - Giacomo Meyerbeer - at the Deutsche Oper Berlin


Since 2015 Laura works with InCorpo/Raffaella Galdi as a dancer, both in research  and performative projects (“Turtle”,  “Impro Compo”,  “Travelling I am”, “Eating not eating”,  “Vegetable stories”). She is also very active at the organisational and presentational work of the company.


Laura Giuntoli

Email: laura.giuntoli@hotmail.it

Telephone (Italy): 0039 329 3641094

Telephone (Germany): 0049 (0) 0151 71510321

 

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“Now I am going to reveal to you something which is very pure, a totally white thought. It is always in my heart; it blooms at each of my steps... The Dance is love, it is only love, it alone, and that is enough... I, then, it is amorously that I dance: to poems, to music but now I would like to no longer dance to anything but the rhythm of my soul.” (Isadora Duncan)