A dancer-choreographer and a musician-composer, each with their own instruments: a body and a double bass. A dialogue of music and movement, inspired by John Cage, unleashes a grid of possibilities in which space, intensity and sound become deeply interconnected and variable. I Change is a continuous transformation in which it is not possible to know who, what (when, where and why) cause changes.
Francesca B. Vista
She studied with the main artists of the Italian and European Dance- Theater. She met Carolyn Carlson, Susanne Linke, David Zambrano, Nigel Charnok, Julyen Hamilton, Ismael Ivo, Cristiana Morganti, Malou Airaudo and Adriana Borriello. She graduated in History of Dance, since 2006 she has been a Fellow at the University of Roma Tre; specialized in Choreography cum laude, she worked for the National Academy of Dance as a choreographer and assistant of Adriana Borriello and Robyn Orlin (Venice Biennale 2009), trainer and artistic coordinator of La Compagnia. Member of AIRDanza, she has accompanied performative activity with the research in theoretic and practical field. She is the author of an essay in the anthology The actor dancer from Noverre to Pina Bausch, Dino Audino Editore, 2007. In 2011 she started her collaboration with Daniele Roccato, a world famous bass soloist, young professor at the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia, with which she created Shadows. She will open the DNA section at the next Romaeuropa Festival.