EurAsia Dancer - Chetan Chauhan
EurAsia Dancer – Chetan Chauhan

EurAsia Dance Project International Network, directed by Stefano Fardelli, has more than 20 EurAsia Partners in 18 countries all over the world through Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, Pacific States and Central America. It has become one of the biggest dance networks worldwide and one of the cultural \”bridges\” linking the five continents. It Is supported by the Europe Union Delegation, Italian Embassy, Italian Consulate and Italian Cultural Institutes of the countries where it is based, and also by the EurAsia Partners, governments and institutions, both private and public. 

EurAsia Dance Project International Network is a Non Profit Association legalized by the Italian Government: it is a great opportunity for young dancers and choreographers of any origin. It enables them to study abroad and spread out their culture, share their experiences, giving them access to artistic residencies, meetings, shows and dance opportunities at the highest level of the global dance scene.

The EurAsia Auditions are also on tour in the poorest and most dangerous countries of the globe in order to give a chance to all those kids who share our same passion, helping them to fight for a better life and to fulfill their dream of becoming professional dancers. 

The network wants to be a chance for cultural exchange and cultural meetings. It allows these students to take auditions for the biggest academies of Europe without flying abroad. The students selected during the EurAsia Auditions win a 50% / 80% scholarship for all the 3 / 4 year professional programs.

This year the EurAsia Auditions 2020 are on tour in Iran, India, Mexico, Indonesia, Kuwait, Senegal, Armenia and many other countries.

After being selected, students become part of EurAsia International Network as EurAsia Students and they get the chance to be chosen for international exchange studying programs, as well as for dance contests, artistic residencies, international festivals and other dance opportunities abroad, granted by all the EurAsia Partners. Eurasia also involves them in its own activities: EurAsia Summer Camp, EurAsia Prize, EurAsia Dance Award and EurAsia Repertory.

All the EurAsia initiatives in Europe are free of charge for the EurAsia Students. EurAsia is taking care of everything they need.

Once they finish their professional training, our students become EurAsia Dancers and they have the chance to work with the biggest international dance companies, EurAsia Partners, and of course for EurAsia Dance Company and Stefano Fardelli’s  projects on tour all over the world.

The EurAsia Partners are based in UK, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Poland, India, Iran, Indonesia, Kuwait, Senegal, Mexico, Holland, Denmark, Switzerland, South Pacific United States, South Africa, Armenia, Nepal and shortly new partners will join us from Brazil, Italy, Gambia, Ghana, Serbia, and India. All of them support all the events we organize and all of them represent their countries in the world through EurAsia itself.

Our non-European partners give their talents the chance to be selected, and our European partners give them the chance to study and become real professionals.

With the support of all the EurAsia Partners, EurAsia’s Artistic Director is creating the first generation of contemporary professional dancers in many countries of the world, changing the dance history of these countries but also helping them to spread out their cultures abroad, breaking the borders between the continents.

Thanks to these new cultural meetings and fusions, EurAsia also gave birth to a new taste in contemporary dance, where different bodies, different ways of moving and traditional dances meet in one single place: Europe.

Thanks to the several dance opportunities granted by Stefano Fardelli and the EurAsia Partners, EurAsia is opening its calls for European Dancers too. Since 2016, when the network was founded, our European Students have had the chance to study with many talents coming from abroad and to travel to their distant countries, in order to experience the stories they heard from their foreigner classmates.

The EurAsia Artistic Director and the EurAsia Team are proud to say that EurAsia is the first network that combines art, human rights, education, safeguarding the cultural heritage in one huge project involving hundreds of different people and many countries in all the five continents.
EurAsia is important because it gives voice to hundreds of souls that are just waiting for someone to help them fulfill their dreams.
The limits of these people, often, are in the socio-economic issues due to their origins.
The Artistic Director has risked his own life many times by going to some countries where dance is punished with death. The students selected are now in Europe studying what they love most without being terrified of being captured and arrested.
With EurAsia we are giving the opportunity to many young people to chase their passions, to avoid a life of repression and disappointment: we support them in their personal and artistic growth and accompany them towards success, helping them to fulfill their dreams, which seemed so far before we came to rescue.
The events and the artistic exchanges carried out with EurAsia are important and successful, but what will be remembered the most, in the future, is the fact that this project has created – through dance – the basis for new mergers.
Stefano Fardelli is sure that freedom, passion and love, sooner or later, conquer all.

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EurAsia Partners

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    DanceHaus of Milan in Italy, directed by Susanna Beltrami, is the first EurAsia Partner since 2016.
  • 13
    CDSH, Contemporary Dance School of Hamburg, in Germany, directed by Raul Valdez, is a EurAsia Partner since 2017.
  • 5
    Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts of Bangalore, in India, directed by Jayachandran Palazhy, is a EurAsia Partner since 2018.
  • 4
    Gdansk Solo Dance Contest of Gdansk, in Poland, here represented by Maria Miotk, is an EurAsia Partner since 2018.
  • 3
    Kahkeshan of Tehran in Iran, and its Artistic Director Sina Saberi, is a new EurAsia Partner from 2019.
  • 14
    Shoony Dance Centre of Gent in Belgium, directed by Swapnil Dagliya and Wim Boussery, is a new EurAsia Partner from 2019.
  • 2
    HOC of Rome, Italy, directed by Miriam Baldassari, is a EurAsia Partner from 2019.
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    DanceHaus Hip Hop Department of Milan in Italy, directed by Susanna Beltrami, is a new EurAsia Partner from 2019.
  • 6
    LAPA, Loyac Academy of Performing Arts of Kuwait City, Kuwait, directed by Fareah Al Saqqaf, is a EurAsia Partner from 2019.
  • 8
    Afreekanam of Dakar in Senegal, directed by Dame Bayekc, is the first EurAsia Partner from Africa from 2019.
  • 7
    Studio Wayne McGregor of London, UK, directed by Wayne McGregor and here represented by Jasmine Wilson, is a EurAsia Partner from 2019.
  • 11
    MilanOltre Festival of Milan, Italy, directed by Rino De Pace, is a EurAsia Partner from 2020.
  • 9
    Phinda-Mzala Entertainmetn Projects of Gauteng, South Africa, directed by Patrick Lekhobane and here represented by the Project Director David Mahlaba, is a EurAsia Partner from 2020.
  • 10
    Accademia Susanna Beltrami of Milan, Italy, directed by Susanna Beltrami, is the first EurAsia Partner from 2016.
  • 16
    FDR Formal Dance Research of San Luis in Mexico, directed by Fernando Dominguez, is an EurAsia Partner from 2020.
  • 17
    Dansk Talent Akademi of Holstebro in Denmark, here represented by the Dance Department ´s Director Lene Bonde, is an EurAsia Partner from 2020.
  • 20
    Mafalda Dance Company of Zurich, Switzerland, directed by Teresa Rotemberg, is a EurAsia Partner from 2020.
  • 19
    Krakow Choreographic Center, Poland, here represented by the Manager Marta Wolowiec, is a EurAsia Partner from 2020.
  • 18
    Nowohuckie Centrum Kultury of Krakow, Poland, directed by Zbigniew Grzyb, is a EurAsia Partner from 2020.
  • 21
    Himalayan International Cultural Association of Kathmandu, Nepal, directed by Nirmal Shrestha, is a new Eurasia Partner from 2020.
  • 22
    Tanzakademie Balance1 of Berlin, Germany, directed by Miriam K. Drechsler, is a new EurAsia Partner from 2021.
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    LOYAC Lebanon of Beirut, Lebanon, directed by Dima Al Ansari, is a new EurAsia Partner from 2021.
  • 24
    DANCEHAUSpiú, National Choreographic Center of Milan, Italy, co-directed by Susanna Beltrami, Matteo Bittante, Annamaria Onetti, is a new EurAsia Partner from 2019.

EurAsia Dance Project International Network is supported by: