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We are facing the exaltation, in a greater tone, of the puzzle of the cultural diversity on our planet, where we witness undaunted, continuous tendencies, although not voluntary, of spatial redistribution of social groups.

With this borderless mobility, cultures, histories and experiences lived in different azimuths and also travel, mixing and crystallizing the heterogeneity of our singularities.


Technical Sheet

Converge +
Concept and Choreography
Idio Chichava
Assistent and rehearsal director
Osvaldo Passirivo
Mai Juli Nhapulo, Stela Matsombe Cristina Jaime Matola, Judith Novela, Nilegio Cossa Martins Tuvanji, Osvaldo Passirivo, Vasco Sitoe Diogo Igor Amaral, Fernando Machaieie, Calton Muholove, Mauro Sigauque, Patrick Sitoe ( Kazsula )
Lights Creator
Ivan Mathi
  • Mozambique


Idio Chichava is a dancer, choreographer, and artistic director of Converge+ Dance Company from Mozambique. After a successful career in France, he returned to his home country and began working actively to promote creative exchange, free dance education for local communities, and the presentation of performances in public spaces. His focus includes multidisciplinary productions and creative collaborations so that everyone has a space to explore their inner world and coexist with others.

Chichava curator assistant of the multidisciplinary platform KINANI and curator of the Dance Week - 2022, is also one of the two producers of the Raíz Traditional Music Festival in Maputo. Following his individual projects are Veridicidade, Xithukulumukumba, Xiquelene, Inkino, Intolerance, Sentido Único, Yellow Fat Chaos!, as well as performances in public spaces, museums, galleries, and more. He worked in the team of Culturarte, the first contemporary dance company in Mozambique.

As a dancer and choreographer, he has collaborated with a number of artists, including Panaibra Gabriel, Horacio Macuacua, Cristina Moura, Thomas Hauert, David Zambrano, Frank Micheletti, Boyzie Cekwana, Qudus Onikeku, Marcel Gbefa, Djodjo Kasadi, Faustin Lienkula and others. He has participated in artist residencies and tours in more than 30 countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Awarded the State Diploma of France, Chichava lives between Mozambique and France, where he has collaborated in the choreographies of the French company Kubilai Khan Investigations since 2005.

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