Giulia Strambini

Giulia began attending ballet lessons at the age of 5 at Gianna Manoni’s Arabesque Dance Center in Tirano, in the province of Sondrio. At the age of 11 she joined the Teatro alla Scala Ballet School in Milan, which she attended for three years. She continued her training at the Ecole Supérieure de Danse de Cannes/Marseille Rosella Hightower, directed by Paola Cantalupo, initially in Cannes (from 2011 to 2015) and later in Marseille (2015-2016). Here she learns and perfects various artistic disciplines including classical, contemporary dance, jazz dance, choreography, movement analysis, history of dance, anatomy and physiology, music, and body rhythm. She obtained the Diplome National Supérieur Professionnel de danseur in 2017, later she joined the Ballet Preljocaj Junior in Aix-en-Provence where she came into contact with contemporary choreographers including Nathanael Marie, Hervé Koubi, Francesco Curci, Christophe Garcìa, Yasuyuki Endo et Olivier Dubois. She also works with Angelin Preljocaj for “Peurs Bleus” and “Roméo et Juliette” and with Hervé Chaussard, artist associated with the Pavillon Noir, for “Cha-Cha”. From May 2018 she joined the Company of Balletto di Roma, dancing in productions such as “Arcaico” by Davide Bombana (2018), “The Nutcracker” by Massimiliano Volpini (2018), “I dream, a midsummer night” by Davide Valrosso (2018), “Io, Don Chisciotte” by F. Monteverde (2019), “L’Albero dei Sogni” by Valerio Longo (2019), “Première” by Andrea Costanzo Martini (2020) and “Astor, one century of Tango” by Valerio Longo (2021). In 2022 she was also involved in the short film RADIX III, curated by Cristiano Leone, with choreography by Iratxe Ansa and Igor Bacovich, shot at the Galleria Borghese in Rome.