Gennaro Maione is an Italian dancer and choreographer who was born in Naples in 1989. He got trained as a ballet and contemporary dancer at "Ballet Teatro Scuola Rossella Rossi" in Naples and in order to refine his skills attends seminars, lectures and workshops in Berlin at the contemporary dance schools Tanzfabrik and Dock 11 and in Brussels at DCJ contemporary dance school, Thor company, Pina Bausch company.

He begins to dance in Italy with International Dance Company Körper, Collettivo Nada, Balletto di Napoli, Mp3 project, Dignità autonome di prostituzione, AZ dance works, Napoli Teatro Festival.
He works abroad as a dancer with PVC Tanz (Freiburg), Karine Saporta company (Paris), Labo DSN company (Liège), RBS company (Arles) besides he works in Brussels as a performer with A.Dolores Marcelis.
In 2012 begins his career as a choreographer in various national and international festivals (Italy, Germany, Belgium, USA, Mexico, Spain, Portugal, Bulgary). He has been a co-worker, choreographer and performer of Palco 11zero8. Since 2014 he has been the ideator of GMW (Gennaro Maione works), created with the intent to propose projects and new ideas with a real artistic identity. He has been a choreographer and teacher for Movimento Danza (Naples), Art Garage (Naples), Opificio Certificate Program (Rome), Ocram Dance Movement (Catania), Dance Company Körper (Naples), Derida Dance Center (Sofia), Moncalvo in Danza (Asti, IT), CPRB – Contemporary Project (Salerno) and for a dance pièce directed by Teresa Olavarrieta (Orleans).

In 2019 he dances for “Aerowaves Spring Forward” and he’s been accepted as a member of the International dance council of CID UNESCO. His goal is to further develop his own choreographic language which he has been nurturing over the last years and to continue to reflect upon the ideas, inspirations, and influences that cross his path.

'I offer a space for the creative process to take place, for contact with oneself, sensitivity and expression, without pretensions or judgements, where everything is possible.'