Anthologie/Blütenlese – Artists

For the newest creation „Anthologie/Blütenlese“ headed by Munich based choreographer Cristina D’Alberto, the dancers are constructing solos out of interviews with people with whom they share the first name. The choreographic work aims at incorporating these stories into one body while representing the similarities as well as the differences of all the interviewees. For the Bad Lemons Project classes two of these solos will be taught to the participants. The artistic director of the project, Cristina D’Alberto starts on Monday with a physical introduction into choreographic movement work. This is followed by two classes lead by Florence based dancer Sara Campinoti as well as two classes lead by Robert Hemming from Birmingham, teaching their personal movement material and the solos they created for „Anthologie/Blütenlese“.
„Anthologie/Blütenlese“ premieres on October 22. 2020 at schwere reiter. More information can be found here:

Cristina D’Alberto – Choreography and Artistic Direction “Anthologie/Blütenlese”             

In the past years her choreographic works have been staged in several international festivals. Also, she is co-founder of the FIKA Dance Company, Florence. Cristina leads contemporary classes in different contexts, including: Iwanson International School, DancePat Munich, Profittraining Leipizig, B12, Sharing Training Turin and Sharing training Florence. Before, she has been touring internationally for more than five years with the TPO Company. As a freelance artist she has been working with several choreographers and directors, such as Peter Mika, Loris Petrillo and German Jauregui, Michael Marmarinos, Ryan Mason, Anton Lachky, Romeo Castellucci, Cindy Van Acker, Johannes Härtl, and Claude Bardouil.

In 2018 she directed and choreographed her own production “somewhere/shared” at the Munich centre of Community Arts (MUCCA) and remounted it in 2019 at schwere reiter. On October 22nd 2020 her new production “Anthologie/Blütenlese” will premiere at schwere reiter in Munich.  

Sara Campinoti – Dancer “Anthologie/Blütenlese”

Sara Campinoti started her professional dance formation at Opus Ballet and Oma (Florence) and she continued with Virgilio Sieni company in the project called Officina Pontormo. In 2012 she danced in L’O.fficina company directed by Samuele Cardini and Tan Temel. Since 2013 she worked in TPO company and she danced in many festivals all around the world. In 2014 she moved to Israel to study with Kibbutz contemporary dance company and here she worked with young choreographers and she learnt the repertory of the company. In 2015 she created the solo OffWithHerHead presented in EchoEcho festival in Londonderry (UK). In 2016 she collaborates with Collettivo Kirillov in the project 2BEE. In 2015 she was a cofounder of the artistic collective FIKA contemporanea danza. 2018/19 she danced in Cristina D’Alberto‘s Munich debut somewhere/shared.

Robert Hemming – Dancer “Anthologie/Blütenlese”

Robert Hemming is a Dutch- British dance artist based in the West-Midlands. He trained at the ArtEZ Prevocational Dance in The Netherlands where he full-time studied ballet, contemporary dance and European folk dance. During this training, he toured work around by choreographers such as Nils Christe, Adriaan Luteijn, Stefan Ernst- Project Sally, Andrew Greenwood and Samir Calixto. He continued his studies at London Contemporary Dance School – The Place in London. As a student, Robert worked with dance artists and organisations including Richard Alston Dance Company, Hofesh Shechter Company, Sarah Dowling, Renaud Wiser, Hannes Langolf, and Marso Riviere.

Robert is currently active as a freelance dance artist through teaching, performing and creating work in the UK and mainland Europe. As a teacher Robert so far worked for organisations including DanceXchange, The Place – Recreational and Prevocational Dance, ArtEZ Prevocational Dance Department in Venlo The Netherlands, RDC Youth, Man Made Youth and Birmingham Dance Network and is a regular teacher for Birmingham Professional Class.


Oct 5. – 9. 2020

Monday Oct 5 – with Cristina D’Alberto

Tuesday Oct 6 – with Sara Campinoti

Wednesday Oct 7 – with Sara Campinoti

Thursday Oct 8 – with Robert Hemming

Friday Oct 9 – with Robert Hemming


Bergmannstr. 22
80339 München

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Profi Training / Bad Lemons in Kooperation mit Tanztendenz München e.V. und Tanzbüro München. Mit freundlicher Unterstützung des Kulturreferats München. Diese Veranstaltung/ dieses Projekt wird ermöglicht durch den Bayerischen Landesverband für zeitgenössischen Tanz (BLZT) aus Mitteln des Bayerischen Staatsministeriums für Wissenschaft und Kunst.

Photo credit: Jasmine Ellis Projects / Ray Demski photography