Annamaria Ajmone is a dancer and choreographer. Graduated in Italian literature at Università Statale – Milano and at Scuola di Arte Drammatica Paolo Grassi – Milano where she held a degree in dance. She collaborated and worked as a performer with Alias Company, Ariella Vidach-Aiep, Daniele Ninarello, Santasangre, Muta Imago, Cristina Kristal Rizzo, Mithkal Alzghair and with the videomaker Maria Giovanna Cicciari. She also performed in Jerome Bel’s Compagnie Compagnie. Her productions are: [In]Quiete, selected for premio
Equilibrio 2014, winner of the special prize from Göteborgs Operans Danskompani; Tiny, winner of Dnappunti coreografici 2014, premiered at RomaEuropa Festival 2015 and performed at Biennale Danza Festival di Venezia, 2016 where the choreographer also conducted a workshop for Biennale College 2016 Project;
Mash, a duet in collaboration with dancer and choreographer Marcela Santander Corvalán, To be Banned from Rome with the musician Bienoise/Alberto Ricca. Since 2015 she’s working on the ongoing project Arcipelago/ Pratiche di abitazioni temporanea, a series of site-specific actions. The project was presented in Italy, France and Usa. She co-organize, in Italy, the open-source format for exchange of practices in the performing arts:
Nobody's Business. In January 2016 she won the prize “Best young Italian Performer 2015” by Danza&Danza
magazine. Her works have been presented in some of the most important festivals and theatres of contemporary dance such as: Biennale di Venezia – Danza, Torino Danza, Inteatro Festival – Polverigi,
Triennale di Milano, Danae Festival – Milano, Short Theatre – Roma, Inequilibrio – Castiglioncello, Romaeruopa Festival, Fabbrica Europa Festival, Contemporanea Festival, Rencontres Chorégraphiques, Internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis, Festival de la Ville – Paris, Ramallah Contemporary Dance Festival,
Bipodi Festival Beirut, Amman Contemporary Dance Festival, On Marche – Marrakech, Festival Artdhanté, Vanves.