Dance and performance artist, choreographer and teacher.
Emerging from the Conservatoire of Luxembourg, Tania studied at SEAD and LABAN, danced with EDge at London Contemporary Dance School (MA in Contemporary Dance Performance) and completed an MA in Performance Making at Goldsmiths. She received danceWeb in 2002 and completed a one year Boost program through Trois C-L, consisting of 8 residencies in Europe for the project beat’n’shine in 2013/14: https://beatnshine.wordpress.com
Tania did the Deborah Hay solo adaptation project and a placement with Trisha Brown Company. She danced with the following companies: Vedanza, Zephyr in Zanussi, Small Room Dance, Kimatica, the postgraduate company EDge (working with Rachel Krische, Rosemary Butcher, Rosemary Lee, Fillip Van Huffel, Gabriela Tropier and Jonathan Lunn) and (dance) artists: Tino Seghal, Vangelis Legakis, Annick Pütz, Gianfranco Celestino, Fernanda Munoz-Newsome, Meredith Nadler, Simonetta Alessandri. She also worked in collaborations and within the collectives Explorer and the Conway Collective.
Since 2003 her performance work has been shown in Europe, Canada and Hong Kong- Wholly / it (instead of twenty-one-words) / Back to the roots with Jimy / Two people coming together / I’ll crane for you / soulsongdances.
She participated in the choreographic research and composition program entitled Prototype II, “Vocal presence in choreographic scores”, at Royaumont, in France, October 2014-September 2015, and she is a resident dance and movement artist within the Artists’ Support Programme at the Conway Hall in Holborn, October 2014 – February 2016.
She is particularly interested in, and the relation between, music, song, sound, voice and singing, rhythm, movement, dance, performance and the body.
Within this she is interested in the movement of our consciousness, perceptions and reflections, a verbal , thinking, political, soulful, spiritual and environmental voice.
She is further interested in creating experiences and immersive worlds through characters and situations, as well as rituals, healing, body work, transformative and social/communal projects.