Daniela is a dancer, teacher and choreographer specialised in Polynesian Dance with more than twenty years of experience in the dance world.
In 2008 she founded in Brescia (ITALY) one of the first dance academies in Italy specialised in ethnic dances (asd haremdanza) of which she was President and Artistic Director.
In 2017 together with her colleague Laura Cernigliaro she founded in Italy a new dance academy of Ethnic Dances, Orientalya, of which she is today the artistic director and master teacher – section Polynesian Dance.
Daniela is lecturer, master teacher and responsible for the official national Italian teacher training courses of Polynesian Dance on behalf of CSEN (sport promotion institution recognised by C.O.N.I. – Italian National Olympic Committee).
Daniela has promoted and taken part in numerous artistic projects both as a dancer and as a choreographer. She is a teacher and master teacher for festivals, events in Europe and performed in different programs on Italian TV (Dancing with the stars).
She is director since 2017 of IA ORA TAHITI ITALIA and since 2019 also of IA ORA TAHITI ENGLAND – European School specialised in Polynesian Culture and Dance created by Yunick Vaimatapako with whom she is constantly cooperating to spread the culture of the different pacific islands through dance courses, workshops and cultural seminars.
She is a senior member of C.I.D. (International Dance Council – the official organisation for all forms of dance in all countries of the world. It brings together the most important international, national and local organisations, as well as selected individuals active in dance. Its members are the most prominent federations, associations, schools, companies and individuals in over 170 countries. CID is an official partner of UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation).
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