About Attila Andrási 

Attila Andrási is a Hungarian neurodivergent dance artist, choreographer, and movement facilitator based in the UK. He enjoys experimenting with choreographic methods and movement practices. His work is influenced by clownesque narratives and archetypes, which he engages with through somatically informed scores. Attila views choreography as an ongoing journey of self-discovery and learning.

Attila holds a degree from the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance and an MFA(dist) in Choreography from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. He was the recipient of a Leverhulme Arts scholarship and the highest achievement prize at the Master’s level in Dance Choreography.

His performances have been showcased at the Sismomgraf Dance Festival, Festival 10 Sentidos, and Resolution Festival. He has also participated in artistic residencies at Roca Umbert de la Arts, Desembre en Dansa Festival, and Lake Studio Berlin.

Attila has led contemporary dance training and performance practice workshops in Europe, Asia, and Africa. His work has received support from the Hungarian National Dance Theatre, the Hungarian Ministry of Human Resources, and Arts Council England

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