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Sagí received a large international exposure. His DanceFilm and performance ‘Silent Force’ was presented at the Louvre Museum in Paris and at Cinedans Festival in EYE Film institute in Amsterdam. His work was co-produced by Carolyn Carlson and CCN Roubaix in France. He was invited to create works for Deutsche Tanz Kompanie in Germany, Grand Rapids Ballet Michigan in The United States, Pori Dance Company in Finland and Austinmer Dance Theatre in Australia. Earlier in his career, he has been selected to choreograph for English National Ballet dancers at the ‘LAB’ project in collaboration with DanceEast Jerwood in The UK. Sagí was chosen to take part in ‘Siwic project’ in Dance House Zurich. He participated in The Hannover International Choreography Competition and at The British Sadler’s Wells theater’s international competition.
Since September of 2021, Sagí is the artistic director and choreographer of WDTanztheater in Germany, a company he runs together with manager, choreographer and painter Jozsef Csaba Hajzer. Since 2012, he is directing foundation GrossDanceCompany Amsterdam in The Netherlands.
Sagí has collaborated with international companies and academies (to name a few): Sydney Dance Company PPY, The German Opera houses: Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Theater Hagen, Oldenburgisches Staatstheater, Staatstheater Braunschweig, Grand Rapids Ballet Michigan, Architanz in Tokyo, Royal Ballet School of Antwerpen, The National Conservatory of Lisbon Portugal, Dansateliers in Rotterdam, The Royal Ballet Conservatory in The Hague, Marameo-Tanzprobebühne in Berlin, Harmonic studio in Paris, Rietveld Art Academy in Amsterdam, Danza – L’AED in Livorno Italy, Busan Dance Academy in South Korea, Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Korzo Theater, Arte&Balleto Italy and many others.
As a dancer he has worked with: Bat-Dor Dance Company, The Israeli Opera House, Dede Dance Company, The Netherlands Opera House in Amsterdam, De Dutch Don’t Dance Division The Hague and Resextansa Company in Bari, Italy.
Sagí was educated at The Dutch National Ballet Academy in Amsterdam, Bat-Dor Dance Academy and Tellma Yellin High School for the Arts in Tel-Aviv. During his studies he won five scholarships for both choreography and dancing from the American-Israel Sharet Foundation.
THE DAF EXPERIENCE
Daf International Artists | Giovanni Insaudo making of “Give me something wonderful”
Giovanni Insaudo new work for students of Daf International project