DAVIDE DI GIOVANNICONTEMPORARY TEACHER & CHOREOGRAPHER
DAVIDE DI GIOVANNI
Davide started his dance life at Scuola del Balletto di Toscana where he received a full scholarship, joining the junior company at 17. After three years with the Balletto Di Toscana, Davide joined Balletto dell’Esperia in Turin, where he met Jacopo Godani, Gustavo Ramirez Sansano and William Forsythe. He then moved to Munich at 23, where he had the chance to work for the Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz with choreographers Marco Göcke, Alexander Ekman and Jø Strømgren. He danced One Flat Thing, reproduced by William Forsythe, and worked on new creations with Christopher Roman, Nanin Linning, Georg Reischl and Jacopo Godani. Davide joined Sydney Dance Company in 2017 and first performed with the Company as part of Orb. In 2019 he worked for Paris Opera Ballet with big stars as Eleonora Abbagnato end Stéphan Bullion and in the same year he made his choreographic debut in New Breed production at Sydney Dance Company creating In Walked Bud.
In 2020 he took part as a dancer of the Hollywood movie set Carmen directed by Benjamin Millepied.
In 2021 took part of the show Decadance by Ohad Nahrin at the Sydney Opera House.
As a movement director Davide has collaborated with International fashion publications LoveWant and Russh. He created work for International Paris based fashion designer Ludovic De Saint Sernin.
He took part of the Australian fashion week directing movement for Ginger & Smart Resort 22 show, Luminesce. He worked with Vogue as movement director for the editorial of March and May issue 2022.