Stefania Rossetti is an italian choreographer, performer and dance researcher. Her work and research focuses on improvisation in traditional and contemporary performance. After completing her Triennal at M.A.S. Dance, Music and Drama Academy in Milano, she performed with numerous theater’s directors and choreographers, such as Laura Balis (CORTE SCONTA), Paola Lattanzi, Roberto Castello, Abbondanza-Bertoni, Emilio Calcagno, T.P.O Company, Dario Moretti, N+N Corsino, Misook Seo, Johanna Levy, Laureline Collavizza and Laurent Dupont. In 2014 she was awarded the national diploma for teaching contemporary dance from the National Center of Dance, Paris.
In 2016, she gave her first conference for CESMAG University and International Festival Corpo Carnaval a Pasto (Colombie)and in the same year she lectured at La Maison de L’Homme (Paris).
In 2017 she achieved in seven months during her ethnographic research a bachelor in Anthropology and Ethnology at the University of Strasbourg. She run educational projects in universities, theaters and national choreographic centers internationally and collaborates regularly with composers, filmmakers, and visual artists.
2018 Photography Award: Kind of Love Shape, International Context Satura, Genoa
2021 Stefania becomes member of the Italian Society of Antropology and Ethnology under the National Museum of Florence, where her photographic archives are collected.
Marie Pierre Faurite, Frederique Rebotier, Nicolas Becker, Vincent Moon, Ivan Sagita, Zarina Muhammad, Andres Davila, Ali Lham, Elena Ciavarella, Julien Lesle, Julien Colardelle, Fredy Vallejos, Julio Eraso, Noor Ibrahim.
Publication 2017: Article, Madame Danza, In Viaggio con la Danza, Lia Courrier.
Publication 2018: Essay, Les danseurs Médiums des Pawang, Journal International Performing Arts.
Publication 2018: Voci Versate Ianst Poems, Editor Pagine, Rome.
Publication 2021: Article, The Art of Jatilan in the Java of the XXI century, Archivio, Florence.
Stefania currently working on her first monograph.