Robert Bridger was born in the U.K. in 1993. He began his training at the Swindon Dance Center for Advanced Training and afterwards the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance. He worked with choreographers and contemporary dance companies including Alexander Whitley, Protein Dance, Saju Hari and Hubert Essakow at The Print Room. Robert has also performed in gallery spaces such as Dulwich Picture Gallery, and in Pablo Bronstein’s piece at the Tate Britain. He strongly supports the work of Dance for Parkinson’s.

Robert Bridger was born in the U.K. in 1993.
He began his training at the Swindon Dance Center for Advanced Training and afterwards the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance. He worked with choreographers and contemporary dance companies including Alexander Whitley, Protein Dance, Saju Hari and Hubert Essakow at The Print Room. Robert has also performed in gallery spaces such as Dulwich Picture Gallery, and in Pablo Bronstein’s piece at the Tate Britain. He strongly supports the work of Dance for Parkinson’s.

Péter Juhász was born in Hungary in 1987. He studied at Budapest Kortárstánc Főiskola and SEAD. He worked with choreographers like Roberto Olivan, Eleonore Valere, Frank Michelletti... In 2013, he joined company Les Ballets C de la B and in 2014, the coproduction project of Ultima Vez and Mate Meszaros. Currently, he’s touring with Thierry De Mey (Charleroi Danses). He’s a guest teacher in international dance workshops and companies in Croatia, France, Spain, Belgium... In 2012, he cofounded SUB.LAB Collective.

Péter Juhász was born in Hungary in 1987.
He studied at Budapest Kortárstánc Főiskola and SEAD. He worked with choreographers like Roberto Olivan, Eleonore Valere, Frank Michelletti... In 2013, he joined company Les Ballets C de la B and in 2014, the coproduction project of Ultima Vez and Mate Meszaros. Currently, he’s touring with Thierry De Mey (Charleroi Danses). He’s a guest teacher in international dance workshops and companies in Croatia, France, Spain, Belgium... In 2012, he cofounded SUB.LAB Collective.

Eddie Oroyan was born in Hawaii in 1978.  After graduating from university in Wisconsin, he danced with Creach/Company in NY. He then moved to Minneapolis, where he pursued a masters in English education and a teaching license. Since 2012, he's working with Ultima Vez. His previous experience spans Shapiro & Smith, ARENA Dances, Zenon, Andrea Miller and Roberto Olivan. He was a founding BLM mover and Artistic Associate for company Black Label Movement. As an active choreographer, he's been based in Minneapolis but recently premiered a solo at P12 Space in Brussels, and his recent collaborations were presented at American Dance Festival 2014 (w/ Carl Flink) and Zürich Tanzt 2015 (w/ Rakesh Sukesh). Eddie is currently developing a duet with Natalia Pieczuro.

Eddie Oroyan was born in Hawaii in 1978. 
After graduating from university in Wisconsin, he danced with Creach/Company in NY. He then moved to Minneapolis, where he pursued a masters in English education and a teaching license. Since 2012, he's working with Ultima Vez. His previous experience spans Shapiro & Smith, ARENA Dances, Zenon, Andrea Miller and Roberto Olivan. He was a founding BLM mover and Artistic Associate for company Black Label Movement. As an active choreographer, he's been based in Minneapolis but recently premiered a solo at P12 Space in Brussels, and his recent collaborations were presented at American Dance Festival 2014 (w/ Carl Flink) and Zürich Tanzt 2015 (w/ Rakesh Sukesh). Eddie is currently developing a duet with Natalia Pieczuro.

Milena Twiehaus was born in Germany in 1984. After completing her dance training at the Royal Conservatory in Holland and The Juilliard School in New York, she spent a few years working in several small companies in Europe, followed by dancing with the Batsheva Ensemble in Tel Aviv. Since leaving Israel, she has freelanced with various choreographers in Europe, including Karine Guizo, Edan Gorlicki, Amos Ben-Tal and Itamar Serussi-Sahar. She started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2012.

Milena Twiehaus was born in Germany in 1984.
After completing her dance training at the Royal Conservatory in Holland and The Juilliard School in New York, she spent a few years working in several small companies in Europe, followed by dancing with the Batsheva Ensemble in Tel Aviv. Since leaving Israel, she has freelanced with various choreographers in Europe, including Karine Guizo, Edan Gorlicki, Amos Ben-Tal and Itamar Serussi-Sahar. She started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2012.

TingAn Ying was born in Taiwan in 1989. In 2011, she graduated from Taipei National University of the Arts in dance and arts theory. She then worked for National Science Council as a research assistant and was extensively involved in different projects in curating, industrial design and writing. TingAn moved to Germany and joined Stadttheater Heidelberg in 2013. After two successful seasons, she started freelancing in 2015 and worked with choreographers such as Shangchi Sun, Guy Weizman, Edan Gorlicki, Ashley Wright, Joshua Monten...

TingAn Ying was born in Taiwan in 1989.
In 2011, she graduated from Taipei National University of the Arts in dance and arts theory. She then worked for National Science Council as a research assistant and was extensively involved in different projects in curating, industrial design and writing. TingAn moved to Germany and joined Stadttheater Heidelberg in 2013. After two successful seasons, she started freelancing in 2015 and worked with choreographers such as Shangchi Sun, Guy Weizman, Edan Gorlicki, Ashley Wright, Joshua Monten...

Thomas Bradley was born in Australia in 1990. After studying at the NZ School of Dance, he joined Sydney Dance Company in 2012. He received a professional development fellowship from Tanja Liedtke Foundation and was nominated for Outstanding Male Dancer at the Australian Dance Awards in 2015. He choreographed short works for NZ SoD, SDC PPY and Transit Dance. In 2016, he joined Australian Dance Theatre and worked with Larissa McGowan. In 2017, he was supported by the Australian Arts Council to work with known Japanese butoh artists for a month.

Thomas Bradley was born in Australia in 1990.
After studying at the NZ School of Dance, he joined Sydney Dance Company in 2012. He received a professional development fellowship from Tanja Liedtke Foundation and was nominated for Outstanding Male Dancer at the Australian Dance Awards in 2015. He choreographed short works for NZ SoD, SDC PPY and Transit Dance. In 2016, he joined Australian Dance Theatre and worked with Larissa McGowan. In 2017, he was supported by the Australian Arts Council to work with known Japanese butoh artists for a month.

Pansun Kim was born in South Korea in 1981 and started dancing at the age of 18. Between 2000 and 2006 he studied at the National University of Artists in South Korea. Since then he has worked for various companies in Seoul including the Laboratory Dance Project. Pansun started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2008.

Pansun Kim was born in South Korea in 1981 and started dancing at the age of 18. Between 2000 and 2006 he studied at the National University of Artists in South Korea. Since then he has worked for various companies in Seoul including the Laboratory Dance Project. Pansun started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2008.

Zoé Lecorgne was born in France in 1994. She started to study dance in CRR of Boulogne. Then she studied psychology in the University for two years. She completed her dance training with the formation COLINE where she met differents choreographers Emanuel Gat, Thomas Lebrun, David Hernandez, Georges Appaix, Edmond Russo et Shlomi Tuizer, Fabrice Ramalingom, Angels Margarit... She joined the company Tatoo in February 2017, a company of disabled and non disabled dancers.

Zoé Lecorgne was born in France in 1994.
She started to study dance in CRR of Boulogne. Then she studied psychology in the University for two years. She completed her dance training with the formation COLINE where she met differents choreographers Emanuel Gat, Thomas Lebrun, David Hernandez, Georges Appaix, Edmond Russo et Shlomi Tuizer, Fabrice Ramalingom, Angels Margarit... She joined the company Tatoo in February 2017, a company of disabled and non disabled dancers.

Genevieve Osborne was born in Australiain 1980. She completed her dance training at the Queensland University of Technology, Australia, in 1999.  Dancing briefly in Australia with the 'Direct Dance Current Initiative', she then based herself in Europe.  She spent a few years dancing for the International dance Theater, after which she joined Ballet Linz, in Austria. Since then, she has freelanced for various cho-reographers around Europe, including, Zappala Danza, Batsheva / Riksteatern, Pedro Goucha, Isabelle Chaufaud, Amos Ben-Tal, Edan Gorlicki  and Itamar Serussi-Sahar. Genevieve started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2010.

Genevieve Osborne was born in Australiain 1980.
She completed her dance training at the Queensland University of Technology, Australia, in 1999.  Dancing briefly in Australia with the 'Direct Dance Current Initiative', she then based herself in Europe.  She spent a few years dancing for the International dance Theater, after which she joined Ballet Linz, in Austria. Since then, she has freelanced for various cho-reographers around Europe, including, Zappala Danza, Batsheva / Riksteatern, Pedro Goucha, Isabelle Chaufaud, Amos Ben-Tal, Edan Gorlicki  and Itamar Serussi-Sahar. Genevieve started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2010.

Ashley Wright was born in 1987 in Australia. She joined the Royal Ballet of Flanders in 2006 at the age of 18 after graduating from the Australian Ballet School. In 2010, her work won second prize at the Audience Choice Award at the Copenhagen International Choreographic Competition and was featured in the Interdans Festival, Belgium 2011. In July 2012, she joined the Lyon Opera Ballet. She started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2015.

Ashley Wright was born in 1987 in Australia.
She joined the Royal Ballet of Flanders in 2006 at the age of 18 after graduating from the Australian Ballet School. In 2010, her work won second prize at the Audience Choice Award at the Copenhagen International Choreographic Competition and was featured in the Interdans Festival, Belgium 2011. In July 2012, she joined the Lyon Opera Ballet. She started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2015.

Annie Hanauer was born in the USA. She completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from the University of Minnesota, before moving to London to join Candoco companyin 2008. Her first performance with Candoco was at the Beijing Olympics. She worked with Lea Anderson on the solo Miniatures in 2013. In addition to her work with the company, she has performed in works by Bebe Miller, Pat Graney, Michael Sommers, Morgan Thorson and Karen Sherman, among others, and has dabbled in theatre and performance art. In 2013 Annie joined Rachid Ouramdane’s company. She started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2015.

Annie Hanauer was born in the USA.
She completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from the University of Minnesota, before moving to London to join Candoco companyin 2008. Her first performance with Candoco was at the Beijing Olympics. She worked with Lea Anderson on the solo Miniatures in 2013. In addition to her work with the company, she has performed in works by Bebe Miller, Pat Graney, Michael Sommers, Morgan Thorson and Karen Sherman, among others, and has dabbled in theatre and performance art. In 2013 Annie joined Rachid Ouramdane’s company. She started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2015.

Michael Löhr was born in Germany in 1982. He began dancing at the age of five. After graduating Cologne University of Music and Dance, he joined Germany’s Tanztheater Bielefeld and Tanzcompagnie Oldenburg. In 2005, he received a scholarship from the Goethe Institute to study at the annual summer academy in Kyoto, Japan. He has worked with Guy Weizman, Roni Haver, Gregor Zoellig, Lionel Hoche, Shlomi Bitton, Jo Strømgren, Jan Pusch, Rami Be’er, and Ingun Bjørnsgaard. He started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2008.

Michael Löhr was born in Germany in 1982.
He began dancing at the age of five. After graduating Cologne University of Music and Dance, he joined Germany’s Tanztheater Bielefeld and Tanzcompagnie Oldenburg. In 2005, he received a scholarship from the Goethe Institute to study at the annual summer academy in Kyoto, Japan. He has worked with Guy Weizman, Roni Haver, Gregor Zoellig, Lionel Hoche, Shlomi Bitton, Jo Strømgren, Jan Pusch, Rami Be’er, and Ingun Bjørnsgaard. He started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2008.

Emma Mouton was born in France in 1986. She studied at EPSE Danse, Montpellier, where she obtained her diplomas as a jazz and contemporary dance teacher. She dances regularly with the company Astatic, company Françoise Murcia and for the Opera National Orchestra of Montpellier in the piece "Chérubin". In 2016, she choreographed and interpreted the solo "I love you, me neither" for company 19,75 and "Le Rouge et le Noir" for Emanuel Gat Dance. In 2016, she joined Cie Yvann Alexandre and co-created her own company, FM19.92.

Emma Mouton was born in France in 1986.
She studied at EPSE Danse, Montpellier, where she obtained her diplomas as a jazz and contemporary dance teacher. She dances regularly with the company Astatic, company Françoise Murcia and for the Opera National Orchestra of Montpellier in the piece "Chérubin". In 2016, she choreographed and interpreted the solo "I love you, me neither" for company 19,75 and "Le Rouge et le Noir" for Emanuel Gat Dance. In 2016, she joined Cie Yvann Alexandre and co-created her own company, FM19.92.

Karolina Szymura was born in Poland in 1987. Trained at the State Ballet school in Bytom, she graduated from Codarts Rotterdam Dansacademie where she did her internship with Piet Rogie. After graduation, Karolina joined Noord Nederlandse Dans, where she danced choreographies by Stephen Shropshire, Emanuel Gat, Andrea Miller, Itzik Galili, Roy Assaf and many more. Katerina worked for Thomas Noon Dance in Barcelona and is currently freelancing in Germany, performing pieces by Alexandra Waierstall and Felix Landerer.

Karolina Szymura was born in Poland in 1987.
Trained at the State Ballet school in Bytom, she graduated from Codarts Rotterdam Dansacademie where she did her internship with Piet Rogie. After graduation, Karolina joined Noord Nederlandse Dans, where she danced choreographies by Stephen Shropshire, Emanuel Gat, Andrea Miller, Itzik Galili, Roy Assaf and many more. Katerina worked for Thomas Noon Dance in Barcelona and is currently freelancing in Germany, performing pieces by Alexandra Waierstall and Felix Landerer.

Sara Wilhelmsson was born in Sweden in 1982. As an apprentice at Danceworks, the Netherlands, she worked with various choreographers such as Ton Simons, Bruno Listopad and Philip Adams before graduating from the Rotterdam Dance Academy, the Netherlands in 2004.  Sara spent a period freelancing in Thailand and the Netherlands before moving to Israel in 2006 where she worked with the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company and thereafter Yasmeen Godder. Started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2013.

Sara Wilhelmsson was born in Sweden in 1982.
As an apprentice at Danceworks, the Netherlands, she worked with various choreographers such as Ton Simons, Bruno Listopad and Philip Adams before graduating from the Rotterdam Dance Academy, the Netherlands in 2004.  Sara spent a period freelancing in Thailand and the Netherlands before moving to Israel in 2006 where she worked with the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company and thereafter Yasmeen Godder. Started collaborating with Emanuel Gat in 2013.