Chus was nominated Dancer of the Year with TimeOut Magazine Madrid, 2021. He trained at Millennium Dance Complex (LA) and at Steps on Broadway (NY) where he discovered qualities of movement and experienced new forms of movement investigation and communication. He completed his training in Contemporary Dance at the Carmen Roche School of Performing Arts conservatory (Madrid).
Amelia Holdsworth, trained at Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance from the age of 16 where she worked with choreographers such as Martin Lawrence, Kerry Nicholls, Kerry Biggins, Yorke Dance Project and more. Amelia then continued to complete her Masters Degree with Joss Arnott’s junior company, Emergence. Here she performed and toured a triple bill with works choreographed by Joss Arnott, James Wilton and Wubkje Kuindersma around the UK. Once finishing her Masters Amelia has gone on to work with Moveo Dance Company.
Like many others Meg started ballet at the age of 4, only discovering her love for contemporary art at 17 while training at Morea Performing Arts. Where she worked with many choreographers such as Simon Williams, Dr. Ross McKim & Antonio Borriello. She then went on to be accepted to Northern School of Contemporary Dance as a Professional Placement Scheme for an apprenticeship with Phoenix Dance Theatre, collaborating and touring with Opera North and then going on to tour 40 Years Of Phoenix.
Aside from dancing Meg has found a passion for film editing which works well in collaboration with her other joy choreography, this has led her work to be showcased in 2Faced Dance’s Multi-Story Youth Arts Festival.
Meg is thrilled to be working alongside these incredibly talented artistic members. She’s looking forward to discovering and provoking new ways of moving while absorbing and echoing the knowledge she receives.
Aurore successfully obtained her Diploma in Dance and Music (EAT French Certificate) and practiced classical ballet in Chicago for 3 months at “Faubourg School of Ballet”. She has trained in modern dance at “Marlène Zecler Dance Centre” and studied in New York for 2 months to improve her dance technical skills at the Broadway Dance Centre, Steps on Broadway with her dance mentor Cecilia Martha.
In 2020, Aurore participated at the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneur Program in Thessaloniki and also worked as a Cultural Manager. In 2021, Aurore finished her Erasmus and flew to Saint-Lucia to successfully pass her RAD diploma. She then returned to Martinique to complete her contemporary training at the ‘Tropiques Atrium’ with French choreographers Jean-Hugues Miredin and Karl Pacquemar.