Giulia D’Antoni began her professional studies at La Scala in Milan and had the opportunity to perform in „The Nutcracker“ with the La Scala company. After studying and receiving a scholarship at the Tuscan Ballet, he continued his classical studies in Vienna and in 2012 obtained a diploma from the Vienna State Opera. The following summer he attended summer school at the Boston Ballet School and began a course of study at the Martha Graham School in New York. In 2014 she received a scholarship and after graduating as a Graham dancer, she joined the staff of Graham II. Giulia also holds a Graham Technique teaching diploma and is a certified American Ballet Theater teacher from Pre-Primary to Level 3.
After finishing her studies, Giulia had the opportunity to perform with several American companies and taught in various New York schools including the Martha Graham School, Peridance and the Broadway Dance Center. Returning to Italy, she obtained a diploma in Pilates Matwork and Reformer and a degree in Sports Science, achieving top marks.
He is currently a permanent teacher at the Orsolina 28 school, the M.A.S. of Milan and TAM Training as well as being a part-time teacher at the International School of Milan and holding regular workshops in various dance schools.
Creative laboratory: through the principles explored in the technique lesson, we will explore different ways to use them and adapt them to a more contemporary scenario.