Marion Sparber

Originally from South Tyrol in Italy, Marion is a professional dancer/instructor based in Berlin, Germany. She received her dance training at Varium in Barcelona and Iwanson Contemporary Dance School in Munich.

As a teacher she has been working in several schools and festivals in Italy, Spain, Belgium, Costa Rica, Switzerland, Austria, Russia, Portugal, Poland, Canada, Germany, USA a.o at B12 Festival Berlin, Circuit-Est (Canada),de kunsthumaniora dans – hedendaagse dans (Belgium), Deltebre dansa (Spain), TanzAHOI Festival Hamburg (Germany), Atlas Festival, Camp In, La Cantera, Encuentros Mutantes (Mexico), Vim Vigor Workshop New York, Diavolo Company LA, Flow Movement Colorado, Athletic Playground San Francisco (USA), Performact, Lagos Sea Dance (Portugal), Marameo, Tanzfabrik, Dock 11, Danceworks, Etage, Seneca (Berlin, Germany), Tanzcompagnie Rostock and Stadttheater Bielefeld, Ballettförderzentrum Nürnberg, Kari-Tanzhaus, Profitraining Freiburg, Profitraining Leipzig, DancePAT Munich, Tanz s.a.l., Yizong Bagua Köln, Tanzfaktur Köln, Volkstheater Rostock, Stadttheater Bielefeld (Germany), Tanzhaus Zürich and Profitraining Basel (Switzerland), Oliva Dance Project (Italy), Cyrculacje Festival and Sfera Ruchu Festival (Poland), Academy Dancer Russia, Summer for friends and at the University of dance of St. Petersburg (Russia), DASS Summer Intensive (Portugal), La Machine Festival, Espacio Nómada (Costa Rica), Festival Nómada (El Salvador), Guatemala,Descalzinha Danza and Varium (Spain). Marion has collaborated as a dancer with choreographers and companies such as Francisco Córdova/ Physical Momentum in the piece “To be”, Stella Zannou in the piece “Strange”, Sonia Rodriguez, performing “Mabel”, ADN-Dialect in the pieces “Zeitzone”, “Urban Shaman and “L’affaire Wettstein”, Eldon Pulak in “The Wetting Party” and as a guestdancer of Weedance Company. Her solo-work “The Ripe and ruin” and her group-pieces “Shell Shock”, “Nefelibata”, “Acacia confusA”, “Ohne Zwei”, “Porzellan-Haus”, “Eight” and “Impromptu” have been performed internationally.