Magali Sander Fett
Magali Sander Fett, born in Brazil, studied communication sciences and completed ballet training in Porto Alegre. She then studied dance at the Folkwang University in Essen. She worked with various choreographers including Rodolpho Leoni, Susanne Linke, Emanuel Gat and Tero Saarinen. From 2000 to 2012 she was part of the ensemble of the Bremer Tanztheater. In 2013/2014 she was a performer at Gintersdorfer / Klaßen and Jochen Roller. Since 2013 guest dancer at Tanztheater Erfurt under the direction of Ester Ambrosino and at steptext dance project (Helge Letonja). 2014 premiere of her pieces "Street Art Project - Allowed to play" in the Schwankhalle Bremen and "Corvus - Second Nature" in the Theater Bremen, produced by TanzKollektivBremen. In 2015 she was engaged as a choreographer and director for the short film project ›Postcards for Bremerhaven‹ and received a residency grant at the Heidelberg Choreographic Center for the production of “Schweres Wasser”. In 2017, “And now with music”, a dance research on the Latin formation of the Grün Gold Club Bremen, premiered in the Schwankhalle. In cooperation with Theater Bremen, she developed a performance on the visual artistic work of Johann Kresnik in 2018. In 2018 her choreography "Anne, Hale, Béla & Maria" was shown at the dance meeting of the youth. In 2019 she developed the performance “2D-dramatic dimensions” for the works in the exhibition “Icons - What we people adore”, which was performed in the Kunsthalle Bremen. She is a guest lecturer at the University of the Arts in Social Ottersberg and teaches at tanzwerk Bremen.
For Magali Sander Fett, dance is expression and communication with others. Trained at the Folkwang Hochschule in Essen, her teaching is influenced by principles of Graham and Limón techniques. In her trainings and workshops she follows the movement principles of body, time and space, with the aim to get into a flowing energy and to expand own movement qualities with imagination. She gives improvisation and composition workshops and teaches classical ballet and modern dance.