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CCNN Ambra Senatore 2013

Choreographer(s) : Senatore, Ambra (Italy)

Present in collection(s): CCNN Ambra Senatore

Video producer : Théâtre Am Stram Gram - Genève

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Nos Amours Bêtes - teaser

CCNN Ambra Senatore 2013

Choreographer(s) : Senatore, Ambra (Italy)

Present in collection(s): CCNN Ambra Senatore

Video producer : Théâtre Am Stram Gram - Genève

en fr

Nos Amours bêtes

Senatore, Ambra

Choreographer and performer Ambra Senatore was born in Turin in 1976.

She trained with various choreographers, and moved on to work with Jean-Claude Gallotta, Giorgio Rossi, Raffaella Giordano, Georges Lavaudant (Théâtre de l’Odéon, Paris), Roberto Castello, and Antonio Tagliarini. 

Since 1998, parallel to her work as a performer, she began to create performances in collaboration with other authors, for instance Reminda-remoda, Un po’io un po’tu (1999), and  Silenzio (2002). 

Following her doctorate in contemporary dance (2004), she taught history of dance at the University of Milan and wrote a book on italian contemporary dance (published UTET, Torino, 2007).

From 2004 to 2009, Ambra Senatore pursued choreographic research on solos which she performed: EDA-solo, Merce, Informazioni Utili, Altro piccolo progetto domestico, Maglie.  It was now that her work began to be regularly broadcast in France, most notably at the Hivernales d’Avignon.

Thereafter she would create group pieces: Passo (2010), A Posto (2011) and John (2012).  In 2012, she founded the EDA Company based in Besançon.  In 2013, she choreographed and directed Nos amours bêtes, a show for young people based on the text by Fabrice Melquiot. Her latest creations are Aringa Rossa (2014), the solo In Piccolo (2014), and the series of performances entitled Petites Briques (2015).

Between dance, theatre, and visual art, her work explores the boundaries between fiction and reality; what belongs to the performance and what lies outside of it.  Ambra Senatore works on the dynamic of danced movement, enriched by elements of theatricality and everyday actions and gestures, by exploring the construction of a dramaturgy which looks at the action and presence of the body.

Since the 1st January 2016 Ambra Senatore has been the new director of the NCCN: The National Choreographic Centre of Nantes. 


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