Vicky Angelidou

Vicky Angelidou (GR) is a dancer, choreographer and dance educator, based in between The Netherlands and Greece. She holds a Bachelor’s degree both in Psychology and Dance and she holds an MA in Performing Public Space.

Her main interest is the movement – dance creation which will become a place where different people can meet, connect and understand the different social realities. That is why she loves public space performance.

She created the workshop and Performance “Move the Public Space” that travels in public spaces in Thessaloniki, Brussels, Tilburg and Eindhoven. She co-created the project Hear me to See you, and the performance Hear me, touching the subject of being visually impaired, that traveled in Dwarsdriewer performing arts festival (Kiel, Germany), Dance Days festival (Chania, Greece), Closed Eyes Festival (Tilburg) and Theater Boulevard (Den Bosch). She choreographed the video dance SKOURIES (2015), that was about the mining operations and the environmental disaster in North Chalkidiki, Greece (5th Athens Video Dance Project Athens, Dimitria Thessaloniki, Freedom of Expression Athens, 10th edition of voices from the waters International film festival/India).

She teaches contemporary dance technique and improvisation and she educates dancers through intensive workshops.She is also a teacher in the professional dance school “Fotini Koutlogeorgiou”.

She co-οrganizes the Closed Eyes Festival (Tilburg, Netherlands) and the Pocket Dance Festival (Thessaloniki, Greece).

She is a member of the otherside collective, an international dance collective that meets every year in another country to research and create a dance-music performance, with a starting point in Passing through technique (Studio 12, Bratislava/ Slovakia 2018, Studio 29A, Thessaloniki/Greece 2019).

She is also trained in the Passing Through and Flying Low techniques with David Zambrano, through intensive months (PTO, Catania/Italy, EXIN, Corfu/Greece). She danced with David Zambrano and the participants at Syxrono Theater (Athens, 2015) and Municipality Theater of Corfu (2018).</>