I'm proud to announce the premiere of my first work completed as Artist in Residence at Dancemakers. SILVER VENUS was made in collaboration with Nicole Rose Bond, Irvin Chow, Francesca Chudnoff, Alicia Grant, Julia Male, Claire Turner Reid, and Matt Smith. I feel very lucky to have worked with this abundant, energetic, and talented group.
Also, I'm publishing the choreographic score for SILVER VENUS and have had a great experience working with Gracia Gallo and Gabrielle Raill Design.
Hot off the press at the show! LINK TO FULL TEXT SCORE HERE

APRIL 26th-28th at 8pm
Tickets are priced at a sliding scale.
Seating is limited, reserve your tickets HERE


poster design by Eric Kostiuk Williams

photo by Ömer Kardeş Yükseker

photo by Ömer Kardeş Yükseker of Irvin Chow and Alicia Grant


Coming soon to MARFA, TX at the INTERNATIONAL WOMAN'S FOUNDATION a group of artists and lecturers will convene in the desert to share their stuff and laugh and swim and exist ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE FRIVOLOUS

DANCEMAKERS Local artist in residence

I'm working on a group piece with Nicole Rose-Bond, Irvin Chow, Alicia Grant, Julia Male, Matt Smith, and Claire Turner-Reid.
We are making a new VENUS. Our work-in-progress moment happened at the end of April, 2016 here.

"Untrammelled nature teems..." - Mark Roth Created and performed with Irvin Chow, Alicia Grant, Julia Male, Claire Turner Reid, and Nicole Rose Bond Music by Matt Smith April 27 to 29, 2017 at 8 pm Dancemakers Centre for Creation 9 Trinity Street, Theatre Studio 313 Toronto's Distillery Historic District

Movement Research

April 17, 2017 at the historic Judson Church I'll be presenting some problems and questions. Stay tuned.


Three months at Heima in Seyðisfjörður, Iceland meditating on place, the affects of extreme conditions, and co-habitation as myself and the alter-ego in a small house in a fishing village. The fjords have spoken. We're making scores of scores until December 5th, 2016.

A performance by SCHPANDO appropriating the words and movements of A. Spaziani

in TRIALOGUE with Analia Sirabonian and Abi Tariq

THURSDAY, JULY 28th, 2016, 7pm-8:30 @ Uferstudios, Studio 14, in Berlin, GE


Multi-multi of all things pixelated, for time-based works on expanded definitions of space.

At the Transart Triennale on August 6th, 2016 at Uferstudios, Berlin (GE)

The website launch is almost here! On February 1st check out 

Come party at HUB 14

February 1st, 2014, worldwide people

An online choreographic initiative in the form of an invitation to dance once a day, for any length of time, in any capacity, any location, privately or publicly, for a minimum of 1 month. Video submissions and responses posted on It is an invitation to experience a dance that exists outside judgement.

research lab

Overwhelmica: a soft archive at the Dancemakers Centre for Creation - January 20th-February 20th, 2014

Public showing: February 20th 

Read the blog notes here


the moment before

at ps: we are all here

July 3-5 and July 10-12 @ 8pm, 2013

Toronto Dance Community Love-In presents 6 evenings of experimental contemporary dance works by local, national and international artists. Bringing you a series of double bill performances and discussions for two weeks of mover, thinker mayhem.

Collective Space, 221 Sterling Rd, Unit 5. (Sterling Lofts)

Tickets: Single night tickets $15. Festival pass $75. Available at the door or for purchase online here:


In a limbo of anticipation, we prepare like it’s possible to feel prepared.

We are all intention and no delivery.

We are performance with an identity crisis.

We are afraid of being caught with nothing to show.

We are promo for the most fantastic virtuosic stuff you wont see.

We eat pressure, practice too much, and attempt to re-create the magic from last time.

It was so good last time.

Choreography by Andrea Spaziani, Created and Performed by Andrea Spaziani and Amanda Acorn, Sound Design by Christopher Willes, Lighting design by Simon Rossiter, Premiere: TWObyFOUR Festival of Duets, Dancemakers Centre for Creation, Toronto, January 2012 



February 21st to March 10th, 2013In conjunction with Hub 14’s Incubator Residency, Andrea Spaziani's new work with collaborators Amanda Acorn, Alicia Grant, Mike Hughes, Brendan Jensen, Julia Male and Christopher Willes.

meet/meant/mtng/mning considers how we can say just enough, and where/when/how we come together and understand, or not. It is a series of interpretations of utterances, cues, and misappropriations. We will observe the language of making, surrender to horrible descriptive summaries, and never really know what we’re saying except for how we’re saying it. We will engage in pulsion, neotypisms, silent and invisible P’s, and be joyously thankful our bodies can do stuff too. There will be andd audio guide of sorts.