Danseur, Chorégraphe, Professeur Contemporain
Settled in Paris in 1984, Paco Dècina,Neapolitan origin, founded his company Post-Rétroguardia two years later. In 1987, he received the choreography prize for his piece Tempi Morti at the Ménagerie de Verre, and the following year Circumvesuviana brought him national acclaim. He has created over 30 productions with the most significant being Ciro Esposito Fu Vincenzo in 1993, Mare Rubato & Infini in 1996, Neti Neti in 2000 and Soffio in 2003 to name a few.
After a 4 year residency at the Théâtre de la Cité internationale, he created Fresque, femme regardant à gauche in 2009. It was in Chartres then at the Biennale du Val de Marne, that he presented Non Finito. Since 2012 he returned to the Parisian region where he formed close ties with the Théâtre 71 national scene of Malakoff and the Théâtre Brétigny–a publically funded theater in the Val d’ Orge. He presented repectivly Précipitations and Arthur, two musical and choreographic plays. Choreographer of purity and harmony, Paco Dècina, creates choreographic works which are sensually mysterious, moved by an internal vibration, inspiring the spectator within a world that is just as physical as it is mental.