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Giordana Falzone (she/her) is a freelance dancer, improviser, and choreographer currently based in Seattle, USA.


Interested in moments that are alive and ever changeable, she seeks to explore the melody of the body and mind through physical rigor, imagination, duration, and multiplicity. Her creative work finds form in collaborative performances and film, utilizing improvisational choreographies and scores. She has presented work in Seattle and Brussels, Belgium through Base: Experimental Arts + Space, the Seattle Center, CO- Productions, and Tictac Arts Centre. She collaborates with musician James Falzone as part of the Red Pants Collective, an improvised music and sound project begun as a father/daughter duo, and internationally with Polish dance artist, Agata Jędrzejczak.


As a performer, Giordana has worked with zoe | juniper, Maia Melene D’urfé, Alfonso Cervera, Michele Miller/Catapult Dance, Charles Slender-White, Kathryn Alter, and Fever Dream Dance Collective. She has also performed at CounterBalance Dance Festival and Dance St. Louis, dancing in work by choreographer Alice Sheppard. Off of the proscenium stage, she has collaborated on and performed in a range of film, multi-media, and site-specific projects with Robert Campbell, Adam Torres, and Alia Swersky.


Formerly from the Midwest, Giordana spent her formative years studying at The Academy of Movement and Music in Oak Park, IL and performing with the school’s resident company, MOMENTA. She holds a BFA in Dance from Cornish College of the Arts and has received further training with the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, Countertechnique workshops, the Limón Dance Company, and Tictac Arts Centre.


In addition to performing and creating, Giordana is a teaching artist and production assistant. She has taught classes for young dancers as well as professional workshops in Seattle and Krakow, Poland. She was an administrative intern with Pacific Northwest Ballet’s DanceChance program and a teacher’s assistant for their Dance for Parkinson’s Disease classes in collaboration with Seattle Theater Group. She has also supported independent productions as a stage technician and production assistant at the Good Shepard Center, Base: Experimental Arts + Space, and Velocity Dance Center in Seattle.

Photography: Devin Muñoz
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