Marco Torrice

Nationality: IT
Current Residency: BE
Generation: 8 | 2006-2010
Last Update: January 17, 2013

Marco Torrice was born in Rome in 1983. After high school he began to study Philosphy at the La Sapienza University of Rome. At the same time he started to take dance classes and do workshops in Italy and all around Europe (with Adriana Borriello, Dominique Dupuy, Hervè Diasnas, Julyen Hamilton, Khosro Adibi, Vera Mantero...). In 2006 he moved to Brussels to study at P.A.R.T.S. where he graduated in 2010. Marco is working as interpreter as well as choreographer and teacher. He is a feelance dancer with the Hungarian dance company Hodworks and the Belgian companies Mossoux-BontĂ© and Rosas. In 2011 he created Me, Myself, and I, a solo based on a collaboration with Martz Virag, researcher in the field of neuroscience, and Kitty 2012 which was selected for Aerowaves 2013. In 2012 he created The way my father imagined all, a collaboration with the Hungarian choreohraphers Adrienn Hod and Csaba Molnar, within the Jardin d'Europe project, and Centipedes, comissioned by SEAD (Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance) for the Bodhi Project dance company. Besides his work as interpreter and choreographer, Marco also teaches at the Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy, at the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance and the Tanzfabrik (Berlin), developing a movement research based on improvisation, with the purpose of increasing body awareness, improve movement vocabulary and performance skills.

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