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Wagner Moreira was born in Brazil and has been living in Germany since 2003. As a teacher, freelance performer and choreographer, he has worked in various theatres, universities and international projects. In 2011, he was awarded a scholarship for the “International Choreographers Residency” at American Dance Festival at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina-USA. In 2012 he received the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) award in professional choreography for his outstanding social and intercultural commitment. In 2012 he received a Master of Arts in Choreography. For the last six years, Wagner has extended his C.O.R.E project to several mixed-able-bodied projects in Europe.

WAGNER MOREIRA

C.O.R.E. Creating Opportunities of Research

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Helena Fernandino holds a masters degree in cognitive linguistics. She started her dance training in her home country of Brazil and continued her education in Belo Horizonte and throughout Europe, including Germany, Belgium and Austria. She has been based in Germany since 2003 working as a dancer, teacher and choreographer. As a dancer and choreographer her work includes video dance, site-specific performance and interventions in public spaces. In 2013 she was awarded the graduate scholarship from the State of Saxony for the Artistic Masterclass at Palucca University for Dance Dresden, researching the interface between dance and cognitive linguistics, with a focus on contemporary dance for children and adolescents. In 2014 she began her training as a Somatic Movement Educator – Body Mind Centering – © BMC.

HELENA FERNANDINO

C.O.R.E. Creating Opportunities of Research

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Born in the South of Germany Sabine Fichter studied Modern/ Contemporary dance in Duesseldorf, Berlin and at the European Dance Development Centre (EDDC) in Arnhem (Netherlands). She has been working as a dancer with companies such as Neuer Tanz, Frey Faust Dance Company, Telos Dance Company, Exis Dance and Tanztheater Bremen. Her own choreographic work was presented in Germany, Switzerland, Brazil and Argentina.

In 1997 she was certified as a Movement Analyst (CMA) by the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies (LIMS, New York/Berlin) and has been a guest teacher on the European CMA training for several years. In 2004 she received her Master Degree in LMA and Somatic Studies from Surrey University, UK. Since then she has taught somatic based dance classes, movement composition and Laban Movement Analysis all over Europe and the US. She was a lecturer at Palucca Dance University in Dresden, Germany, where she has also been a research associate for innovative learning and new teaching strategies. At University of Hertforshire she was a research assistant to Prof. Helen Payne in the field of dance therapy.

She has been working as a somatic practitioner/movement therapist with children and adolescents at the University Hospital, Dresden, for the past 20 years. Her main focus in the somatic work is on body awareness, mindfulness, positive body image, body acceptance and self love with patients who suffer from eating disorders and body image issues. She is the director of „SOMA“, a center for Somatics, Movement and Awareness in Dresden.

SABINE FICHTER

S.O.M.A. Somatics, Observation, Movement & Awareness

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Dory Rebekah Sibley is the Director of Short-Term Programs and the professor of Voice and Ensemble Performance at the Accademia dell’Arte. She is the Co-Founder of the NYC based physical theatre company Tut’Zanni Theatre Company. Already in their sixth year, Tut’Zanni has performed and taught all over the world. She is also a founding member of the all-woman clown troupe Women From Mars and recently toured their ‘clown-noir’ cabaret SILENT REFLECTIONS through Italy and parts of the USA. Dory is one of the pioneer teachers of Voice in the Mask work and currently teaches and develops new projects in collaboration with colleague Torbjörn Alström, Head of Puppetry, Masks and Animation at the Frölunda Kulturhus in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Dory is a certified teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework® and has over ten years of experience in various voice and bodywork fields including Roy Hart Experimental Voice, classical voice and opera theatre, Alexander and Feldenkrais techniques. She completed her teaching certification in the Elemental Body Alignment System (EBAS) in 2013. She was an ArezzoFestival organizer for over 4 years, was the CrisisART Festival Collective Facilitator from 2012 – 2014 and serves as President of the ADA Alumni Association. As a freelance artist, she continues to perform her original devised work in the USA and Europe. Learn more about Dory’s ongoing projects and pedagogy on her website: www.doryrebekah.com

DORY REBEKAH SIBLEY

dory.sibley@dellarte.it

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Originally from Manila, Philippines, Bob is an actor-creator, director and teaching artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area, USA. He teaches a variety of courses in Physical Theatre and Devising & Collaborative Creation at the Accademia dell’Arte. In the US, recent projects include Wonderland, a new devised play inspired by Lewis Carrol’s books Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, and directing Gold, a world premier musical adapted from the King Midas story, both for Bay Area Children’s Theatre. Bob also teaches Mask, Pantomime and Clown for the School of Acting at Academy of Art University in San Francisco.

Bob serves as the Accademia dell’Arte’s Director of Communications and Recruiting. This position takes him to universities and colleges around the US to introduce theatre and dance students (and faculty) to the Accademia’s programs through workshops and presentations.

Previously based in New York, Bob was the Associate Artistic Director of Off-Broadway theatre company, Ripple Effect Artists, and a professional hospital clown for Lev Leytzan, for which he also served as Director of Training for their Youth Clown Program.
Bob is an alum of the MFA in Physical Theatre at the Accademia dell’Arte and holds undergraduate degrees in Theatre and Biology from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA.

Bob loves laying on the beach, exploring new places, an occasional donut, discovering a great cup of affordable coffee and he’s undefeated in thumb wrestling. He and his partner Natalia have two Netherland Dwarf Rabbits, T-Rex and Luna, that remind him daily to be curious … and to eat lots of hay.

BOB SHRYOCK

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