Jari Boldrini, trained at the Opus Ballet school in Florence, Italy, and Giulio Petrucci, a graduate of the Teatro alla Scala ballet school, collaborated individually with various Italian and foreign international institutions and collected common experiences with authors like Fabrizio Favale, Cristina K. Rizzo, Virgilio Sieni and Stefano Questorio.
Their backgrounds, although different, unite their common interests, which consolidate over time a strong friendship.
Their various daily and work experiences together nurture their artistic thinking, which led them to give birth in 2018 to C.G.J. Collettivo Giulio e Jari.
The collective is a research project of performative formats, which pays attention to the body and movement and observes the multiple aspects hidden in the everyday life of every culture.
In 2020 they get the support of Nexus Factory by Simona Bertozzi and Anghiari Dance Hub, and in the same year they win the Danza&Danza prize as emerging performers.
With the project Evento, they are selected to the Vetrina Anticorpi XL 2020, Anghiari Dance Hub 2020 and the Twain_DirezioniAltre 2020.
Thanks to ResiDanceXL 21 they began their second project, Pas de deux, which would later gain production support by winning DNAppunti coreografici 2021.