Apostolia Papadamaki

Apostolia Papadamaki

Apostolia is a visionary choreographer/director creating unique ceremonial performances, called Anamnesis and they are experiential and participatory with the audience. Presented in major archeological- sacred sites of Greece, these performances are a call to the soul to remember who we are and where we come from, honouring the relationship between Humanity, Nature and the Divine.

A Greek Ancient Wisdom Keeper and an Embodied Practices mentor, Apostolia who was born in 1967 in a small Greek town of Northern Greece. She has devoted her artistic work and teaching methods, to research how Ancient Greek Mythology, Philosophy, Drama, and History, can be linked in a performative ritualistic way that can activate the sacred sites and remembrance in the hearts of the people. She believes that a ritual is the enactment of a myth. And, by participating in the ritual, you are participating in the myth. She has been choreographing theater productions of Ancient Greek Tragedy for more than 15 years and she has deep knowledge on how to orchestrate Logos, Melos, Orchesis ( Word, Music, Movement).

Some of her Major artistic achievements include “Drops of Breath” / the 1st underwater dance performance in the world, “Synergy” the 12th Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony at the Olympic Stadium of Athens, broadcasted worldwide and “From Darkness To Light”, the first overnight experiential performance in a Greek Archeological site. Her work has been presented in more than 40 festivals around the world. She is teaching workshops and retreats nationally and internationally.

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