Dance has always been part of my life and in it I find the space to express myself and grow on a personal level, challenging myself and my body every day to outdo.
I believe that the teaching of classical dance determines in the student a development both on a physical and character level by educating, in addition to the control of the body and the space in which it moves, also the discipline, dedication and collaboration between students.
Giulia Taccani approaches classical dance at the age of 6 at an amateur level at various schools in Milan.
In 2013 she was admitted to the Carcano Theater Choreographic Studies Center, where she began her professional career studying with Elena Cipollini, Elena Albano and Margarita Smirnova. Alongside the study of classical dance, she added contemporary dance, modern and character dance.
She participates in numerous internships in Italy and abroad, thus having the opportunity to study with different teachers and approach different styles and repertoires.
In 2015 she moved to Turin to study at the Eko Dance Project directed by Pompea Santoro and here she approaches the Mats Ek repertoire.
Starting in 2021, she approaches teaching.