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Giordana Falzone (she/her) is a dancer, mover, and performing artist based in Seattle, WA. Formerly from the Midwest, she 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.


Giordana received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from Cornish College of the Arts. During her time at Cornish, she had the opportunity to perform works by Michele Miller, Markeith Wiley, Wade Madeson, and Charles Slender-White and was the recipient of the 2020 Terpsichore Dance Writing Award and the Excellence in Dance Writing Award.

Giordana received further training at the Bates Dance Festival, New Dialect, the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, and Countertechnique workshops where she had the pleasure of working with artists such as Kathleen Hermesdorf, Kimberly Bartosik, Bobbi Jene Smith, Kayla Farrish, Rebecca Steinberg, and Charles Slender-White.


She has worked with Alfonso Cervera, Michele Miller/Catapult Dance, and Ethan Rome. Giordana also danced at CounterBalance Dance Festival and Dance St. Louis, performing 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 Karin Stevens. Her most recent choreographic effort, It Echoed, was presented as a film in 2022.

In addition to performing, Giordana has worked to support arts organizations through production and administrative capacities. Most recently, 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.

Photography: Devin Muñoz
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