Rosely Conz is a Brazilian dancer, choreographer and dance teacher. She started dancing at the age of six, and ballet was her first language in dance. She has an MFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder, an MA in Performing Arts and BFA in Dance from the University of Campinas -Brazil. For the past 15 years, Rosely has been performing and choreographing professionally for dance companies both in Brazil and in the USA. She had her work funded by grants in Brazil such as FICC (Fund for Cultural Investments) and Capes (Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel), and sponsored by Merge Dance Company at the State University of Texas and by the Atlas Black Box Experimental Studio in Boulder- CO. Collaboration is part of Rosely’s philosophy which led to partnerships with Michelle Ellsworth, Ana Baer, Julia Ziviani, Adam Sekuler, amongst other incredible artists.
In 2016, Rosely served as Visiting Assistant Professor at the Michigan State University and continued her research on the strategies to integrate somatic methods, especially Ideokinesis and Alexander Technique, to ballet and contemporary dance in higher education.
Rosely is also interested in how dance and choreography can contribute to the discussions on foreignness, immigration, and otherness.
Theatre & Dance
- Royal Academy of Dance Certification
- BFA in Dance - University of Campinas - Brazil
- MA in Performing Arts - University of Campinas - Brazil
- MFA in Dance - University of Colorado at Boulder - USA
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Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Somatics, and Choreography
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