General Information

Artistic statement
With my work I wish to involve by creating affective situations. Making use of virtuosity, illusion and subtle humour allows for an ambiguity that at times evokes emotions and even pathos. I desire to learn new skills, be curious, obsessive and intuitive.

Lea Moro is a performer and choreographer from Switzerland, based in Berlin and Zurich. She studied at the Scuola Teatro Dimitri (BA in Physical Theatre), LABAN Centre London (Diploma in Dance Studies) and graduated 2014 from the Inter-University Centre for Dance Berlin (BA Dance, Context, Choreography). Her group piece “(b)reaching stillness” (2015) has been invited to the German Dance Platform 2016 and Swiss Dance Days 2017 and is touring internationally a.o. Festival Moving in November in Helsinki, Arsenic Lausanne, Festival ImPulsTanz Vienna (FM4 Fan Award). Her solo performance “Le Sacre du Printemps, a ballet for a single body” (2013/14) was presented internationally a.o. at HAU Berlin, Festival Tanztage Sophiensaele Berlin, Colombo Dance Platform Sri Lanka. In 2015/16 Lea Moro was artist in residence at the K3 Centre for Choreography I Tanzplan Hamburg and developed the solo musical “The End of the Alphabet”. Lea Moro is nominated talented choreographer within the year book 2015 of “tanz” magazine. In the same year she received the Elsa-Neumann-Scholarship of the city Berlin, in 2014 the DanceWEB Scholarship during the Festival ImPulsTanz in Vienna, in 2016 a research-scholarship of Senat Berlin and since 2014 she is supported by the PAP Mentoring Program Berlin. Lea Moro co-founded the Acker´Festival Berlin (2013/14), between 2012-14 she was council member of der Akademischer Senat / Erweiterter Akademischer Senat UdK Berlin and since 2014 she is part of the curatorial team for the residency program Schloss Bröllin (D). 2017/18 Lea Moro is part of the Young Associated Artist Program at Tanzhaus Zürich in cooperation with Pro Helvetia. In Summer 2017 her new group piece “FUN!” will have its premiere.
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