|Marina Pogiatzi was born in 1984 in Cyprus. Graduated from Rallou Manou Professional Dance School (Athens) and obtained her Masters in choreography from Middlesex University (London). Among others she has performed with Asomates Dinamis Dance Company, Amfidromo Chorotheatro, SuberB Dance Company, March Performance Group as well as performed at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Athens (2004). She is currently based in London working as a freelance dance teacher and performer.|
Meet the Group
Kate March received her B.A. in Choreography from Connecticut College and M.A. in Choreography from Middlesex University. In 2009, Ms. March was awarded a competitive Artist Fellowship Grant by the State of CT to create the choreography: In Place of Blood (performed at Connecticut College 2009). In her extensive 3 year career in Northeast America, she was selected as 1 of 12 choreographers to partake in the Jacob's Pillow Summer Choreography Workshop. Currently in London, Ms. March is leading the march performance group (MPG): a performance art and choreography group exploring the female identity through provocative positioning of women in various performance contexts. Phoenix, created by mpg, was performed at Middlesex University as well as Circomedia in Bristol, UK as part of the Testing Ground Forum for emerging dance artists. Another performance piece, ‘An Evening of Meat’ involved the audience sitting down to a meal while women danced in original fashion designs on the table (Candid Café, London) and was also produced by Felix Ruckert in Schwelle 7 (Berlin, Germany). Her performance work ‘A Beautiful Mess’ was created and produced for the Old Vic Tunnels. Her most recent work, furnishings, took place in a furniture shop window as part of the First Wednesday Programme in Notting Hill. MPG is excited to announce that they have been named dancers in residence at Middlesex University for 2011-2013.