Fanni Roberto


Professor in Motor Sciences, Dance Teacher, Choreographer and Dancer
He started his dancing career with the professional course for dancers in Rome. Other achievements where the “Steps on Broadway” the “Broadway Dance Center” the “Merce Cunningham” the “Ballet Arts” in New York and many more.
He took part in various musicals, operas, operettas, cabarets, well as classic and modern Dance shows as dancer and choreographer. Since 1990 he has created many choreographies for dance schools. He founded the “Danzakalaris” dance school on 2006 and he has run it since then. He takes part in national and international competitions.
At the same time he graduated from the sports university ISEF in Cagliari and obtained his PhD in sports science in Rome. He has been teaching physical education at high school for several years. For 9 years he had been a lecturer in the Faculty of Sport Sciences in Cagliari, teaching “Theory, Technique and Didactics of Motor Activities” and thesis advisor for many three-years bachelors’ dissertations on Dance. He has written books on various topics such as “movement and youth” and technique and didactics in dancing.


Description of workshop
The topic of this course is to see how the motor abilities, particularly the coordination abilities, can be improved by creating some variations on a basic choreography created for one dancer in order to convert this basic dance into choreography for two or more dancers.
The lessons are particularly suitable for PE teachers, even with little dance experience, who want to create simple choreographies.
Especially movement choreographies are shown for the use at school.

All the units start with a short warm up. Afterwards we will create very exciting but simple choreographies. You’ll have a thrilling experience.

As the units build up on a logical sequence, attendance of the 5 lessons is recommended.
However, you can also do only single lessons.


  • First unit – symmetric execution e space distribution
  • Second unit – time and rhythm variations
  • Third unit – the performance of the spatial changes
  • Fourth unit – the performance in collaboration with a partner
  • Fifth unit – creative composition for partnership