Alesandra Seutin was born in Harare, raised in Brussels and trained in London where she has made her residence. Seutin's work has toured nationally and internationally and she is progressively emerging as a choreographer making marks.
‘Dance for me is a way of expression and through my work; I intend to speak volume’ Alesandra Seutin
In addition to the work she created on Vocab Dance Company, as an independent choreographer and movement director Alesandra has created a commissioned piece ‘1976’ for renowned Phoenix Dance Theatre’s, she has also worked on Ashmeed Sohoye’s ‘Rigged’ and ‘The day the waters came’ by Lisa Evans for Theatre Centre which have all toured nationally and internationally.
Her work has been performed at venues such as Sadler’s Wells, The Queen Elizabeth Hall, The Riley Theatre, Laban Theatre, The Place Theatre, Stratford Circus, The Yorkshire Playhouse, Theatre Louis Aragon (Paris, France), Tanzhaus Nrw (Dusseldorf, Germany), The Arcola, The Lindsey Theatre, Jant-Bi (Senegal, Africa) and Purcell Room.
Alesandra Seutin is also a half of ADiaspora Collective with Vicki Igbokwe and has created Frusted, which went on to tour nationally and internationally. The collective’s latest commission was through ADAD and the South Bank Centre and saw them collaborating with Nii Tagoe (Fritti Dance Company) for African Dance Encounter, an exploration into both traditional and modern approaches to African Dance.
Alesandra Seutin was awarded the Trailblazers Fellowship 2009/10 by ADAD and the Lisa Ullmann Travelling bursary, to take part in a residency at the renowned Germaine Acogny’s Ecole des Sables centre for African Traditional and Contemporary Dance in Senegal, with whom she is building solid connections and partnerships.
- Vocab Dance Company - Afropean Dance