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Igli is born in Tirana, Albania. After studying dance in the National Ballet School of Albania, in 2011 he joined Cannes Jeune Ballet in Cannes, France, where worked with Jean-Christophe Maillot, Jirí Kylián, Fréderic Flamand, Claude Brumachon, Davide Bombana. In 2014 Igli joined Hessisches Staats Ballet Wiesbaden/Darmstadt in Germany as a soloist dancer, where worked with Alexander Ekman, Cayetano Soto, Crystal Pite, Edward Clug, Marco Goecke, Marguerite Donlon, Damien Jalet, Marcos Moreau, Tim Plegge, Wayne McGregor, Jerome Bel, Itamar Serussi, Hofesh Schechter, Alejandro Cerrudo, Jeroen Verbruggen. Joined Ballet Prejocaj in 2018 and danced different pieces from Angelin Preljocaj. In 2019 Igli joined Compagnie Linga in Lausanne, Switzerland, where worked with Katarzyna Gdaniec, Marco Cantalupo. Igli was part of the artistic team for the opening of the museum Audemars Piguet in Le Brassus.Igli was part of the cast of a short movie from the European Commission in Marseille, France. Since August 2019 Igli is part of Tanz Luzerner Theater in Lucerne, Switzerland. Igli have been dancing and teaching in different countries and companies around the world including Australia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Colombia, France, Turkey, Austria, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Albania, Spain, Macedonia, Serbia, Singapore etc.
Igli MEZINI leads a physical and playful technique class that challenges the individual and coordinates the collective group. Together we will build the skills and awareness to move with speed and efficiency. The aim is to alternate between arches and spirals of the body in all directions possibly imagined. We will focus on creative tasks to discover our body using tools for composition which will be introduced integrating movement, spatial and rhythmic awareness. The class utilizes simple movement patterns that involve breathing, speed and the release of energy throughout the body in order to activate the relationship between the center and the joints, moving in and out of the ground more efficiently by maintaining a centered state.
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