Marina Calzavara, (her art name is Aniram), began studying classical dance at the age of 7. Dance has always been part of her life and after years of studies and researches it becomes her profession.
She has a degree in Oriental Dances Recognized from Coni, the Italian Sports Authority. She follows a path in dynamic psychology and one in relational psychomotricity that become a peculiar part of its new and exclusive teaching method, whose goal is to dance to be free and to release emotional experience by expressing yourself.
With National and International Masters she founded in 2014 the Anima Oriental DanceSchool in Santa Maria di Sala in Veneto, Italy, and she organizes annually, in the beautiful park of the Roman Villa Farsetti, the Charity Show “Hadiya el Hob – The Gift of Love” whose ticket proceeds are donated to Onlus Team 4 Children in Padua, who is helping to help families with children in severe physical and emotional conditions.
She became Italian Champion in Oriental dance in 2013. In 2014 became vice champion of oriental show presenting one of its specialties: the fusion of the oriental dance and the Latin dance, which she has been practicing for 10 years. From this specialty comes the name of her seminary “Orientalatino”. In 2013 she participates in television broadcast entirely devoted to Oriental dance art: Harem tv. She is awarded with two prizes on 4.
In the occasion of the event in Naples “Danza oltre confine” (“Dancing beyond the border”) Marina meets the great star of classical dance Giuseppe Picone, Director of the San Carlo Theater in Naples, who gives a positive feedback and favorable opinion of his Oriental Art. She recently won the 1 prize category with live band at the Festival Stelle d’Oriente in March 2016.
She took part as main guest in the program tv “Casaperta” dealing with Morocco,ared on the tv network LA9.She performed in San Marco Square in Venice during the Italian-Moroccan Festival,and at seat of the Province of Treviso.
She performed for the Princess Aga Khan in Geneve.
Marina follow researching wellness in dance.