Since 1999 Gregory has collaborated and performed with Brazilian and international dance makers, film & theatre directors, visual artists.

 

THE POP UP TEAROOM SERIES // YUMI UMIUMARE 

The PopUp Tearoom Series was a durational, five-hour long performance installation as a part of Festival of Live Arts(FOLA) at Arts House, Melbourne in March 2016.The multi-dimensional performance spaces were created in the actual, virtual and surreal ‘tearooms’ with audience interaction.

Created by Yumi Umiumare
In collaboration with Adam Wojcinski (Tea ceremony) and Gregory Lorenzutti (Dance)
Performed by Yumi Umiumare and Gregory Lorenzutti
Music by Dan West
Media art by Bambang N Karim and operated by Taran Ablitt
Ikebana by Shoso Shimbo
Tearoom by Zen’s Studio
Installation Dancers: Takashi Takiguchi, Kiki Ando, Makiko Yamamoto, Noriko Nakamura, Stefanie Robinson, and Tamsin Channing.

 

SMUDGE // PHILLIP ADAMS BALLETLAB & BROOK ANDREW

Smudge is a new collaborative project between Phillip Adams BalletLab and Brook Andrew. 

Phillip Adams and Brook Andrew have embarked upon a radical collaboration, through which they surrender their usual artistic expression to swap cultural identities and artistic responsibilities. Hence, the choreographer becomes the artist, and the artist the choreographer. Via a set of rigorous rules, an exploration of the known trajectory of Adams and Andrew is smudged and erased, to allow for new creative and cultural possibilities. 

1st development: 11-29 May 2015: RMIT Design Hub, Melbourne

Concept/Design: Phillip Adams
Concept/Choreography: Brook Andrew
Performers: Anna Kuroda, Gregory Lorenzutti, Anna Seymour, Lilian Steiner

This project is supported by the City of Melbourne through the Arts Grants Program, the Besen Family Foundation, RMIT Design Hub and Ken. 

Phillip Adams BalletLab has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body and by Creative Victoria through the Organisations Investment Program.

THE WEARING KIND PROJECT // TOM LEE-RICHARDS

In 2015 Gregory was invited by the New Zealander song writer and singer Tom Lee-Richards to create the visual concept and choreograph his latest single "The Wearing Kind". The video clip was directed by film maker Chase Burns in different locations across Melbourne in Australia and feature dancers from the Victorian College of the Arts.

 

 

I FEEL IN THE BACK OF MY HEAD // MADELEINE FLYNN & TIM HUMPHREY 

I feel it in the back of my head is a series of works for radio and the moving listener. Creators Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey aim to choreograph your everyday listening, by tapping into the experiences of people who work with sound and space. 

Episode one is for listening at home. Dancers Paea Leach, Gregory Lorenzutti, and David Tyndall invite listeners into the creative process unfolding in a dance rehearsal room, and demonstrate how music and sound wrap around their creation and experience of contemporary dance.

 

GAME OF SEVEN // FORCE MAJEURE 

Presented as part of Performance Space: Score - a festival of exemplary performances and installations that places emphasis on the body in motion: where dance, movement and music come together.

Game of Seven draws its inspiration from Viewpoints; a physical training that provides a vocabulary for thinking about and acting upon movement and gesture within the construction of theatre and composition on stage.

Directors / Kate Champion & Sam Chester
Performers / Ryuichi Fujimura - Paea Leach - Gregory Lorenzutti - Rhiannon Newton - Sophia Ndaba - Bhenjamin Radbun - Taree Sansbury - Carl Sciberras - Melinda Tyquin - Miranda Wheen - Samantha Williams

Carriageworks - Sydney (Australia) 2014.

 

DOCIAMARGO // RENATO VIEIRA COMPANHIA DE DANÇA

In his long term collaboration with Brazilian choreographer Renato Vieira, Gregory took part in more then 10 projects through 12 years working in his company as a dancer and later as choreographer assistant. 

 

THE LINES OF BIRDS // PAEA LEACH ( FOR CHUNKY MOVE) 

'The lines of birds' is a new site-specific dance work by Paea Leach in collaboration with musicians Madeleine Flynn ad Tim Humphry and dancers Gregory Lorenzutti and Michaela Pegum. A work for the meeting of sound and body in a resonant outdoor chamber.

Presented as part of Chunky Move's IT CANNOT BE STOPPED, Next Move season, and performed in the undercroft outside the Chunky building in the wintery chill of Melbourne air June/July 2014.

Lighting Ben Bosco Shaw.

WHITE DAY DREAM (白昼夢) // YUMI UMIUMARE

Our memories are like a heritage but our brain could hemorrhage. This is visual poetry recalling the viewer’s emotion and subconscious. Like a dream itself, the work portrays physical and psycho-emotional realms where things are at once unexpectedly linked and disconnected. Inspired by my own experience of my brother who had a cerebral hemorrhage, I am questioning our idea of ‘reality’. It blurs, fluctuates and we try to substitute it with our own visionary fantasy and imagination. Is it really happening right in front of us or are we daydreaming? What if our piled up memories were suddenly erased?

Choreography and Direction:Yumi Umiuimare

Dance: Gregory Lorenzutti, Tim Craft, Yumi Umiuimare

Music: Dan West and Black flowers by Elodie Sablier
Video:Sam Mcgilp and Harrison Hall
Edit: Julia Julia Bilecki and Sam Mcgilp

OGNAT // COMPANHIA DE BALLET DA CIDADE DE NITERÓI

For 9 years Gregory performed as full time dance for Companhia de Ballet da Cidade de Niterói (Niteroi City Ballet) in Brazil. 

Ognat was commissioned in 2011 to the Berlin based Brazilian choreographer Clebio Oliveira. 

 

BOCA DO LOBO // RENATO VIEIRA COMPANHIA DE DANÇA

In his long term collaboration with Brazilian choreographer Renato Vieira, Gregory took part in more then 10 projects through 12 years working in his company as a dancer and later as choreographer assistant. 

RITORNELO // RENATO VIEIRA COMPANHIA DE DANÇA

In his long term collaboration with Brazilian choreographer Renato Vieira, Gregory took part in more then 10 projects through 12 years working in his company as a dancer and later as choreographer assistant.