Hervé Chaussard was born in France in 1974 and started dancing in Auxerre before entering Paris’ National Conservatory of Music and Dance. Following graduation he was a member of the Nice Opera Ballet for three years and worked for 10 years with Angelin Preljocaj, appearing with that company in nine premieres.
Amala Dianor started as a hip-hop dancer and discovered contemporary dance at the age of 24 when he entered the CNDC of Angers (France). After two years of study he started to work with various French choreographers including Abou Lagraa, Farid Berki, and Georges Momboye. He first met Emanuel Gat in 2007 at Suresnes Cité Danse where he was invited as a choreographe
Aurore Di Bianco was born in France in 1979. After her studies in CNSM in Lyon, she chosed to leave for Prague where she worked with the choreographer Jean Pierre Aviotte, artistic director of the Laterna Magika Theatre. Back to France she work in Ballet de l'Opéra de Lyon. After that she starts working for numerous choreographer such as Myriam Dooge,Marie-Claude Pietragalla,Shlomi Tuizer& Edmond Russo, and Frédéric Céllé amoung aothers. Un 2012 she starts working with Emanuel Gat Dance.
Andrea Hackl was born in Austria 1982 and studied dance at ArtEZ Dance Academy in Holland. Her work as dancer was influenced by choreographers and artists such as Tony Vezich, Ime Essien among others. Before joining Emanuel Gat Dance she worked internationally with various choreographers and companies including Zappala Danza (Sicily), Andrea Boll – Hans Hoff Ensemble (Amsterdam), Fabian Chyle (Stuttgart) and Suzy Blok (Amsterdam). Over the last years she has started to create her own work and to organize performances in Holland.
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.
Michael Löhr was born in 1982 in Germany and started dancing at the age of five. After finishing his dance studies at the 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.
Philip Mesia started dancing at the Rosella Hightower Dance School, joined the Rudra Bejart School in Lausanne, and worked with the Martha Graham Ensemble. He was a member of Metros (Jamon Oller Company) for six years before joining France’s Ballet Preljocaj. Since that thme he has worked with numerous choreographers including Lena Joseffson, Pieter de Ruiter, and Marie Claude Pietragalla.
Genevieve Osborne was born in 1980 in Australia. 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 choreographers around Europe, including, Zappala Danza, Batsheva/Riksteatern, Pedro Goucha, Isabelle Chaufaud, Amos Ben-Tal, Edan Gorlicki and Itamar Serussi-Sahar. This is her first season with Emanuel Gat.
François Przybylski was born in France in 1984. He started dancing with hip hop and began to take modern jazz classes at the age of sixteen. He studied contemporary dance with Corinne Lanselle, and has worked with various choreographers including Cyril Viallon and Marie Claude Pietragalla.
Rindra Rasoaveloson studied at the Toulouse Conservatory (France), and entered Paris’ National Conservatory of Music and Dance (CNSMD) in 2000 (where she was graduated with honors). She worked with Jean-Claude Gallotta, and the GUID at France’s Ballet Preljocaj in 2006, and has performed choreography by Abou Lagraa and Pascal Montrouge, among others.
Milena Twiehaus was born in 1984 in Germany. 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 has recently started working with Emanuel Gat