Tereza Ondrová (CZ) & Silvia Gribaudi (IT)


Tereza Ondrová 

Dancer, choreographer, teacher. Studied Dance Pedagogy at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. In 2004 she co-founded the dance company VerTeDance where she created more than 25 pieces. Since 2012 she has been cooperating with Peter Šavel. Together they created the duet Boys who Like to Play with Dolls, which was awarded the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award (2015), Dance Piece of the Year and Dancer of the Year 2014 in the Czech Republic, nominated by Total Theatre Award Nomination and selected for Priority Companies List 2014 by Aerowaves, and As Long as Holding Hands (2015). Since 2016 she has been working with a director Petra Tejnorová (You Are Here, 2016; Nothing Sad, 2017;  LET’S DANCE!, 2017; Hello, Is Anyone Out There?, 2017; SAME SAME, 2018]. As a dancer and interpreter she collaborated with choreographers such as Charlotta Öfverholm, Karine Ponties, David Zambrano, Anton Ľahký. She is also a teacher. Teaches at Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague and movement courses for actors of the National Theatre in Prague.


Silvia Gribaudi 

Choreographer and performer. Born in Turin.  Her choreographic language is the result of the encounter between dance and irony, and intersects performing art, dance, theatre, focuses on the body and the relationship with the audience. In 2009 she created A corpo libero, with which she won the public and jury prize for Giovane danza d’autore, and which was also selected by Aerowaves, Venice Biennale, Dublin Dance Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Dance Victoria Canada, Do Disturb Festival at Palais De Tokyo in Paris and Santarcangelo Festival. Among her other projects are My place, Felice, Empty. Swimming. Pool., R.OSA_10 exercises. In 2018 she premiered with the performance GRACES, the award-winning project of CollaborAction#4 2018/2019 and Danza&Danza award, and a year later with Humana Vergogna. This year  she will present a new work MON JOUR! co produced by Torino Festival / Teatro Stabile di Torino, Teatro Stabile del Veneto and Les Halles de Schaerbeek, Brussels.