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Ersie Pittas

Studied art History at the Sorbonne, as well as modern dance and choreography under Jerome Andrews and Susan Buirge and ballet with Jacques Ribes in Paris. She also attended classes at the schools of Alwin Nikolais and Jose Limon in New York. She has choreographed over 20 productions of ancient and modern drama in Greece, France, Mexico and Belgium. Her solo pieces include “Les Herbes folles de la Campagne”, after a Chinese poem set to music by Didier Denis and presented at the Theatre Gennevillier in Paris. A member of the Post-Modern Art Movement (Paris), she is a founding member of the European Centre of Choreography (Pont - a - Mousson, France), the Centre for the Study and Practical Realisation of Ancient Greek Drama (Athens), member of the Board of Directors of the Greek National School Theatre (Ancient Greek Drama) and she ‘s the founder of the Paremvasi Arts Group. Works include, A diary For Passers (music by Pericles Koukos). Mr. Ioannis Xenakis himself has written a personal congratulatory note on her work. It can be read at her website.

Website: http://www.ersiepittas.gr