One of the most renowned choreographers of contemporary dance in Italy and abroad, Milena Zullo was awarded in 1995 the first prize at the prestigious International Choreography Contest “Prix Volinine” (Paris). In 1989 she founded the contemporary dance company AterBalletto, of which she has been author and director until 2000, thus gaining recognitions and subsidies for her activity from the Ministry of Tourism and Show business. Her works and her company were often invited to the most important dance festivals in Italy. Between 1997 and 2003 she created a number of choreographies for Balletto di Toscana, Aterballetto, Balletto di Sardegna and Balletto di Roma. In 2001 she merged her company with Balletto di Roma and Balletto di Toscana, becoming the resident choreographer of the new company. Her first creation for the new Balletto di Roma has been the “Don Quixote” with music by A. Vivaldi and M. Schiavoni, for which she worked on the plot, the direction and the choreography; the performance was broadcasted in its fullness on the Rai 5 television channel as the best Italian opera ballet for 2014. She later created for Balletto di Roma many performances, such as the recent “Contemporary Tango” and “Futura, dancing with Lucio”. From 1997 to 2011 she consistently worked as a guest contemporary dance teacher as well as an author with the School of Teatro dell’Opera di Roma managed by Elisabetta Terabust and later by Paola Jorio. From 2012 to 2014 she worked with the Balletto di Roma dance company as a choreographer and contemporary dance teacher at the School managed by Paola Jorio.