Choreographer, dancer and masseur
Born in 1986, living in France.
Massimo Fusco studied contemporary dance at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique et de Danse of Paris.
As a dancer, he collaborated with Jean-Claude Gallotta, Annabelle Bonnéry & François Deneulin, Hervé Robbe, Sarah Crépin & Etienne Cuppens, Joanne Leighton, Clédat & Petitpierre, Alban Richard, Mélanie Perrier, Christian Rizzo, Dominique Brun, and Gisèle Vienne with whom he performed all around the world. He danced in the movie Le Bal des actrices directed by Maïwenn, and is one of the characters of If it were love directed by Patric Chiha, Teddy Award-winning at the Berlinale 2020.
As a teacher, he is invited to give workshops and professional trainings for dancers at the Ballet Preljocaj, at the Ballet National of Marseille / (LA)HORDE, at the DCA company / Philippe Decouflé, at the Montpellier Danse festival and at the Centre National de la Danse. He developed workshops for more than ten years in France and in Europe in various contexts especially for the medico-social field in which research and experimentation are subjects of special attention.
As a choreographer, he is interested in Performance Art and completed a university degree of art, dance and performance art. Since then, he uses improvisation’s skills as a motor for creativity and composition in order to create more transversality between Arts. Certified as a Tui Na massage practitioner, he sets out to connect dance and somatics in an immersive sound and choreographic installation : SOUND BODIES.