VASILIKI Dancer-Choreographer

Actor, Model, Influencer, Dancer, Teacher / Choreographer

London, United Kingdom
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Physical Attributes

167 cm / 5ft 6in
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UK 12 / AUS 12 / US 8
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Credits & experience

  • Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance : BA in Dance


Acting experience

Previous unpaid speaking roles

High Level in IB Theatre Arts Award for excellence in Theatre Arts from International School of Athens Antigone & The play that goes wrong restaged by Anthony Burk Choreographed and performed in two video clips of Lia Mice


Vasiliki has a professional artist page on facebook, called “Vasiliki Papapostolou” , which has over 2,5 thousand likes/followers.


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Teaching or Choreography ability


Dance styles
  • Ballet
  • Ballroom
  • Contemporary
  • Latin American
  • Rock & Roll
  • Salsa

Vasiliki is a 22-year-old London-based dance artist, born in Greece. She started training in Ballroom Latin and at the age of 17 she successfully auditioned for Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance where she completed her BA in Dance. In 2018 she joined the MASA Programme of KCDC in Israel for 10 months. In October 2019, Vasiliki performs the "Transcendence" with Edifice Dance Theatre. In March 2019 she was invited to be a judge at Percorsi Coreografici in Pisa, Italy (along with Tim Rushton, Gregor Seyffert, Alen Bottaini and Maria Meoni) and teach workshops as a guest teacher. She choreographed and performed as a solo dance artist in "Objekt x Ezra Miller" event for Lia Mice's AV live set, at Islington Assembly Hall in September 2019. Also she has choreographed and performed in two of Lia Mice's music video clips. During her training she performed repertoire of Rami Be'er (Kibbutz Dance Company), Mats Ek and Dore Hoyer. Also she has performed original pieces of Sita Ostheimer, Yael Flexer, Theo TJ Lowe, Zoi Dimitriou and Thomas Page Dances. She is interested in exploring elements of Ballroom Latin dance within the context of contemporary dance through choreological concepts (Solo work "Rous", available on Vimeo)
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