Born in Rio De Janeiro in 1979, Vittoria De Ferrari Sapettostarted with classical ballet in Genoa (Italy) at the age of 6. Later on she studied traditional African dance and at the age of 18 she continued into modern jazz and modern. In 1997 she started to dance and tour with the traditional African dance group Tam Tam Magique. From 2001 onwards she danced in a number of operas in Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa.
In 2002 De Ferrari Sapetto moved to Brussels to start working in the contemporary dance-field. In Belgium she danced in pieces by Jan Fabre, Quan Bui Ngoc, Davis Freeman, Arco Renz, Andy Deneys and Koen De Preter, in France she worked with Frey Faust and in Germany with Felix Ruckert.
De Ferrari Sapetto founded the dance collective 2muchcompany with which she develops her own projects. In 2012 she also joined the group Consla. With them she’ll do research in summer 2013 in Shanghai in order to create a performance with Chinese dancers.
In 2012 De Ferrari Sapetto danced in the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in London in a choreography by Akram Khan. In 2013 she started collaborating with Eastman/Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui for the project Les Médusés, created by Damien Jalet for the Louvre Museum and Puz/zle by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui.