Upcoming Shows & more:

10 years Ackerstadtpalast Festival Berlin


14. Dezember 2022, 18 Uhr

# 03 Burkhard Beins & Naïma Mazic

# 04 Anna Clementi & Peti Costa

15. Dezember 2022, 18 Uhr

# 03 Burkhard Beins & Naïma Mazic

# 04 Anna Clementi & Peti Costa

More info & Tickets

PoLy-Mirrors the film 

by Alaa Alkurdi & Naïma Mazic

Screening at PAF (Performing Arts Forum St.Erme)

23.11.2022, 21:30 at Media Room 

supported by:  ÖKF Paris 

Still from PoLy-Mirrors the film

PoLy-Mirrors /a re-performance of feminine diagonals

PoLy-Mirrors concert/ jazzclub version 
Lucie Piot, Naïma Mazić, Felix Hauptmann & Evi Filippou
21st of November, 20:30 at Loft Cologne




HEAR & NOW*, danced Jazztunes

Naïma Mazic & Golnar Shahyar

7. September 2022 @ 19:00

Naïma Mazic (l) & Golnar Shahyar (r)
Naïma Mazic (v) & Golnar Shahyar (h)
Golnar Shahyar (l) & Naïma Mazic (r)


supported by



Public Moves Workshop Of(f) Rhythm by Naïma Mazic / ImPulsTanz 

26.7., 18:30–19:45
MuseumsQuartier in front of the main entrance
Reservation start 25.7., 10:00

for free

for everybody

just sign up


Kultursommer Vienna

Naima’s dream, little steps- Naïma Mazic & Golnar Shahyar

5. August 2022 / 20:00―21:00 14. Muthsamgasse
6. August 2022 / 20:00―21:00 20. Mortarapark

free entrance

mani froh

Cabaret Catatonique:
Dust to Dust

is composed of five musicians, a writer,a choreographer/dancer
and a visual artist 

14.09. Volos, Palia Ilektriki Theater, Greece
15.09. Larisa, MPArt (Mill of Performing Arts), Greece
Supported by the Volos Festival & Mylos Performance Arts Larisa

with Naïma Mazic, Evi Filippou, Maria Filippou, Natalia Manta, Lara Alarcón, Felix Hauptmann, Robert Lucaciu and Argenté

Ensemble uBu  – Mutants of Music
with a piece by Naïma Mazic

Piano Trio & Dance

Shows September 2022
23.09. LAB Frankfurt
25.09. & 26.09. Tanzfaktur Cologne
30.09. Resonanzraum Hamburg

Choreographic / Movement Advise for Maria Coma VOCAL ROOTS



PoLy-Mirrors /a re-performance of feminine diagonals will finally celebrate its Austrian Premiere from 13th-15th of January, 20:00 at brut nordwest Vienna!!

14th of January: Talk of the Artists after the Show

Concept & Choreography Naïma Mazic Choreographic/ Dramaturgical Assistance Fergus Johnson Musical Composition Elias Stemeseder Dance Yuika Hashimoto & Lucie Piot Synthesizer, M-Claviton Georg Vogel Percussion,Drums, Vibraphone und Mirrors Evi Filippou Visdual Art / Stage Design Lola Drubigny Costumes Maël Blau Dramaturgy Sara Ostertag  Intern Camilla Gerstner Assistant Christine Kern Mentoring Alain Franco, Robyn Schulkowsky & Marcela Giesche Production more2rhythm/ Naïma Mazic 

A co-production of Naïma Mazic / n ï m company and imagetanz / brut Wien. With the kind support of the Cultural Department of the City of Vienna MA7, BMKÖS, ACTOUT, ÖKF Berlin.

Residencies & Research at Lake Studios Berlin, ImPulsTanz, DOCK11 Eden***** Berlin, D.ID Dance Identity, workspace Brussels, Le Regard du Cygne, La Ménagerie de Verre. 



will be shown at the 45th LEIPZIGER JAZZTAGE

  ✩BODY TIME✩!!!!

9th of October 2021, 19:30 at the theatre Schauspiel Leipzig. Get your tickets now! 🙂 and check out this great interdisciplinary Jazzfestival.


5th of October Workshop by Naïma Mazic & Haggai Cohen-Milo with a performance of the students at 18:30 at Schaubühne Lindenfels

6th of October exhibition of the film PoLy-Mirrors by Naïma Mazic & Alaa Alkurdi at Altes Stadtbad

PoLy-Mirrors / a re-performance of feminine diagonals

Naïma Mazic & Haggai Cohen-Milo »of(f) rhythm«





a piece by Naïma Mazic with music by Elias Stemeseder

Premiere: January 2022 @ brut nordwest, Vienna

Concept & Choreography: Naïma Mazic
Composition & Musical director: Elias Stemeseder
Performance/ Dance: Margaux Marielle-Tréhoüart and Amie Jammeh
Cembalo, Synthesizer, Fender Rhodes: Elias Stemeseder
Vibraphone, Percussion, Mirrors: Evi Filippou

PoLy-Mirrors is opening up slanted looks, tilted heads, tangent necks, twisted bodies. Two dancers and two (jazz-) musicians communicate through a shared rhythmic vernacular, allowing to disrupt straightness, leaning into queerness. They perform a polyrhythmic glissando into a diagonal feminine state of being, asking:  (How) do diagonals – created between and by body parts – perform femininity?
Together with Elias Stemeseder, Evi Filippou, Margaux Marielle-Tréhoüart and Amie Jammeh, choreographer Naïma Mazic wants to reclaim and re-signify the gestures of feminine diagonals. To embody them, to own and transform them, by giving them the chance to perform through any()body and to re-orient our lines of sight across identity.
In PoLy-Mirrors, the visual artist Lola Drubigny is creating a space for reflections of gender and a place for the mirroring of dance and music. Within this room, one subject is fixed, the other takes off, orbiting in circles and emerging into queerness. PoLy-Mirrors questions an imposition of diagonal lines on the female body throughout art history until today, that might represent the projection, eroticization and fetishization of a desired strangeness, a mystified seductiveness into a ritual of submission.

PoLy-Mirrors at DOCK 11 EDEN*****


OPEN Rehearsal- 19th of January-  VIMEO LIVESTREAM 

12:00-14:00 & 15:00-18:00

 feel free to drop in and out as you like

after the stream, at 18.15h, we want to invite you to meet the artists via ZOOM
PM Lola Drubigny / Frederik Vogel
PM Lola Drubigny / Frederik Vogel

New Workshop Trailer:


New Release Nov. 2020 : 

Musikvideo of TOYTOY – choreography and concept by Naïma Mazic, performed by Franklyn Slunch Kakyire



by Lola Drubigbny
n ï m by Lola Drubigny
n ï m by Lola Drubigny

Our latest works

infectious, Hamburg K3 Tanzplan/ Kampnagel



THE CHANGING SAME at Kultursommer Vienna, Summer 2020



Naïma choreographed the new Music Video of singer and musician Lia Pale. Out now:


PREMIERE OF PoLy-FleXion and more at Living Away Fest New York 20th-26th of July 2020

23rd of July at 3 PM NY time- 9 PM Austria live performance

PoLy-Flexion online 23rd-26th of July

 FILM will be presented July 2020

What would a diagonal poem be?

Audio written and recorded by Naïma Mazic:


by Naïma Mazic (Concept, Choreography) and Daniel Rodier (Music, Editing)

n ï m company performed in New York City March 2020

with movement research at Judson Church NY


nim company at judson church
nim company at judson church

A conversation of dancers and jazz musicians based on a shared polyrhythmical language. “Music is the making of the music.” (Fred Moten)

Naïma Mazic (dance/choreography), Jungle (dance), Gabriella Burdsall (dance), Vinicius Gomes (guitar/music), Lukas Akintaya (percussion/music), William Ruiz-Morales (dramaturgical advice), Research: Haggai Cohen-Milo, Margaux Marielle-Tréhoüart & the team of infectious


THE NEW TRAILER OF—-> infectious 

©n ï m company/ Anja Beutler/ infectious

What does it take for dance and jazz music to be folding in love again, today? 3 dancers and 3 jazz musicians attempt to get closer by sharing the same polyrhythmic language.

House dancers, contemporary dancers and jazz music infect each other and anybody who is watching through the immediate corporal tension of the pulsating uneven rhythms, whose embodiment gives breath to the groove which spreads from all sides, at every angle, to every degree. Dancers realize an unfamiliar improvisational independency and musicians learn how to see, touch and hear dance.

infectious is how you join the conversation that jazz has always been speaking, the cypher which has always meant everything and nothing.

 (written by Naïma Mazic and Is Ali)


A polyrhythmical study by Naïma Mazic

Now also on the wonderful website of Pascal Michon RHUTHMOS

Maria Grand & Naïma Mazic

Duo Performance at Spectrum in Brooklyn

further information


newest creation


Concept & Choreography: Naïma Mazic
Dancers: Margaux Marielle-Tréhoüart, Cat Paz Jimenez & Franklyn Kakyire
Choreographic Assistance: Margaux Marielle-Tréhoüart
Musical Director: Haggai Cohen-Milo
Music & Composition: Haggai Cohen-Milo & Mateo Lugo
Musicians: Haggai Cohen-Milo (bass), Mateo Lugo (guitar) & Mareike Wiening (drums)
Stage/Costumes: Anton von Bredow, Assistance by Lili Avar
Mentoring: Anne Kersting, Matthias Quabbe, Alain Franco & Robyn Schulkowsky
Outside Eye / Inside Ear: Anaïs Mazic, Keren Kraizer and Vincent Jonsson
produced by: K3 Tanzplan Hamburg & n ï m company /more2rhythm
supported by: BKA Austria, ÖKF Berlin, Hamburgische Kulturstiftung

© infectious n ï m company / pictures by Anja Beutler

Short film: 377

Kolkatta, India from 2015 – remade

Naïma in New York 2018

© nim
© nim
©Marit Wolters
©Marit Wolters