The Italian dancer Annalisa Caicci presented a choreography to the rhythm of “Read all about it”, by Emeli Sandé, during the 2nd Cultural Event Chiari & Scoliosis & Syringomyelia Foundation, which took place at San Luigi Guanella Theatre in Rome, Italy in October, 2017.
Annalisa Caicci is born in Camposampiero on 21 October 1984. She starts studying dance at the age of three. First a course in classical ballet and professional training, then modern dance, at difference schools in the Padua and Treviso provinces, Il Balletto in Castelfranco V. To amongst others; she achieved special mentions for her success in the classes from the Royal Academy Of Dance of London and the Imperial Society of Teaching of Dance.
She has taken part in numerous classic and modern dance shows, with the best international maestros, such as: Gianni Rosaci, Michael Croydon Fowler, Miss Herida May, Margarita Smirnova, amongst others.
She honed her skills in Italy and abroad, for example at the Off Jazz Centre in Nice, France, studying with maestros such as: Gianin Loringet, Angelo Monaco, Huge Salgas, Martine Kasserlein and at the Summer Dance Campus in Arta Terme, Udine, Italy. She attended the Intensive Master Course Only Parsons with Mia McSwain from the Parsons Dance Company. She often takes part in festivals, shows, collaborations, exhibitions and performances as an instructor and dancer, as for example recently in Villa Ca’ Marcello in Levada di Piombino Dese, Padua.
She is a Physical Education teacher in high school, in the Musical group, and participates in music and dance fusion shows. Since 2007, she is the artistic director and instructor at the dance studio Pas de Chat gym & dance, with branches in Piombino Dese and Camposampiero where beginners’ courses for dance, classic and modern ballet, and aero-step and tone-up lessons are taught.
Desde 2007 es directora artística y docente en la escuela de danza Pas de Chat_gym & dance, con sede en Piombino Dese y Camposampiero, donde se imparten cursos de inicio al baile, ballet clásico y moderno, aero-step y tone-up.
Her students regularly take part in show and collaborations with entities and groups with the goal of encouraging a correct dissemination of dance and transmitting a positive message of what dance has to offer.
Annalisa offers an educational type of dance where she puts emphasis on the importance of harmony and corporeality to encourage an adequate development of the individual through movement.