Ana Sofrenovic is an award-winning film and stage actress, vocalist, director and educator. She has played leading roles in some of the most significant film and theater productions in the former Yugoslavia and has appeared in several TV series for the BBC and ITV. Her original works, which often challenge concepts of theatre and filmmaking, include commissioned productions for Cochrane Theatre in London, Belgrade Music Theatre, and Belgrade Jazz Festival. Ana received an artist residency from CEC Arts link and two Independent Project Awards for her collaboration with the Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artist, educator and producer Peter Sciscioli. She was also selected to take part in the masterclass and Young Artists Concert by Meredith Monk at Carnegie Hall. Ana has attended workshops with artists such as David Moss, Shelley Hirsch, Jaap Blonk, Joan La Barbara, John Giorno, Phil Minton, Tran Quang Hai, Maria Hussman, and many others. She also took part as an artist in residence and teacher with the International Interdisciplinary Artists Consortium held at Earthdance (Massachusetts) in 2013, supported by The Suitcase Fund (New York Live Arts), and online in 2020 supported by Movement Research’s GPS/Global Practice Sharing program. Ana currently works as a professor of vocal technique for actors at Faculty of Arts Pristina in Serbia.
Past Classes & Events
[In-person] GPS Chats: Interdisciplinary Performance Practices in Intercultural Contexts
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