The Erasmus+ Body Sound DiVision Consortium took its first steps in Rome in July-August 2021: six Estonian students selected by the BFM – Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School were welcomed by three Roman institutes (Saint Louis, ISIA, AND) for the launch of an original multidisciplinary project between dance, music and design and worked together with the two trainees selected by the Electronic Music department of the Saint Louis College of Music under the supervision of Italian and Estonian tutors.

After the Roman stage, the end of summer coincides with new inspirations and suggestions in Tallinn where the Italian and Estonian trainees carried out the Ro Ta project (Rome Tallinn) for another two months, culminating in the final rendition which took place on 15 October 2021 at the Black Room of the Tallinn University.

The Estonian teachers Oksana Tralla (dance, BFM) and Alessandro Nanì (cross communication, BFM), accompanied the students in their research and implementation of the project. They were supported in this task by the tutoring of the teachers of the BSdV Consortium: Giovanni Capoccia (design, ISIA), Luca Spagnoletti and Gabriele Petrillo (electronic music, SLMC), Cristina Zavalloni (jazz singing, SLMC), who enriched the artistic path of the trainees with transversal workshops able to involve students of the most disparate disciplines.

BSdV, Saint Louis College of Music trainees: Alessandro Di Maso, Electronic Music; Marco Puleo, Electronic Music
Baltic Film, Arts and Media School, trainees: Emily Aalde, Design; Eva Liisa Metspalu, Dance; Gete Tiirats, Design; Johanna Randmann, Music; Roland Teeäär, Music; Roosemari Sarapuu, Dance