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Aline Campos




Aline
Campos (1985)
Carioca, from Rio de Janeiro, she began her studies in dance at the age of 11, with Jorge Teixeira, in the group Thalhe. She has already danced, among other companies, in the Ballet of the City of Niterói and in Companhia Nacional de Bailado, the National Ballet in Lisbon, Portugal, under the direction of Memeth Balkan. Until 2008, she made part of Companhia de Dança de São José dos Campos (SP) (Dance Company of São José dos Campos). In April 2008, she joined SPCD, where she remained until 2010. In 2011, she worked in several operas at the Municipal Theater of São Paulo and in musicals. She integrated the Project MOV_OLA, contemporary dance, by Alex Soares. In May 2012, she rejoined SPCD.
Ammanda Rosa




Ammanda
Rosa (1990)
Born in São Paulo, in 1990. Rosa began her ballet training at age eight at the Escola Municipal de Bailado. In 2007, she achieved contemporary and classical repertoire ballet certificates from Especial Academia de Balé. She was awarded at the Joinville Dance Festival and the Youth America Grand Prix, in New York. Rosa attained a soloist certificate from the Royal Academy of Dance, of London, in 2007.
Ana Paula Camargo




Ana Paula
Camargo (1986)
Born in Ourinhos (SP), in 1986. Camargo began her dance training in her hometown at the Escola Municipal de Bailado. Later she danced with the Balé Teatro Guaíra, in Curitiba (PR). She was born in an artistic family – her two siblings are also dancers. She has also trained in other styles such as contemporary, flamenco and folk dancing.
Ana Roberta Teixeira




Ana Roberta
Teixeira (1992)
She was born in Curitiba and began her studies in classical ballet at Escola de Dança Teatro Guaíra (EDTG) (Dance School of Guaira Theatre), in 2001. In 2007, she was granted a scholarship to Harid Conservatory by Youth America Grand Prix, in the United States, where he graduated in 2010. In the following year, she took an internship at Columbia Classical Ballet, directed by Radenko Pavlovich, in Columbia. She was awarded by the Joinville Dance Festival in female classic solo category in 2007, and as the best dancer on the 5th Rio do Sul Dance Festival, in Rio do Sul, in 2012. She has already worked with important teachers and choreographers, such as: Patrícia Otto, Cinthia Andrade, Rick McCullough, Simone Cuttino, Carla Heineck, Victoria Schneider, Olivier Pardina, Svetlana Osyeva, among others. She joined the cast of SPCD in 2012.
Andressa Ribeiro




Andressa
Ribeiro (1986)
Born in Minas Gerais (Belo Horizonte), Andressa began studying dance in 1999 at Núcleo de Arte e Dança, directed by Patricia Lima, in Viçosa (MG). Throughout the year of 2005 she was a student of the Conservatório Brasileiro de Dança, directed by Jorge Texeira, Henrique Talmah Cia. de Dança and Companhia Brasileira de Ballet, in Rio de Janeiro. She moved to Companhia de Dança de São José dos Campos and later she joined the Balé da Cidade de São Paulo in which she stayed from 2009 to 2013, under the direction of Monica Mion, Lara Pinheiro and Iracity Cardoso. At Balé da Cidade de São Paulo she danced the pieces Coisas que Te Ajudam a Viver, by Susana Yamauchi, T.A.T.O., de Jorge Garcia, A Sagração da Primavera, by Luís Arrieta, among others.
Artemis Bastos




Artemis
Bastos (1983)
Born in São Paulo, in 1983. Bastos began her ballet training at age six at the Cadência Ballet, in Rio Claro (SP), before attending the Camilla Ballet, in São Paulo. From 2002 to 2004 she performed as senior prima ballerina the corps de ballet of Companhia Estável Promodança. She was a guest dancer at the Classical Dance Expo held at Centro Cultural de São Paulo (CCSP), in 2003 and 2006.
Beatriz Hack




Beatriz
Hack (1988)
Born in São Paulo in 1988. Hack began her ballet training at age ten with Paula Firetti, having achieved her certificate in 2005. She also attended the Escola Municipal de Bailado de São Paulo and the Especial Academia de Ballet. In 2007, Hack was offered a position with the Ballet Clasico y Moderno de La Ciudad de Asunción, in Paraguay.
Carolina Pais




Carolina
Pais (1993)
Born in Santa Cruz de la Sierra (Bolivia), Carolina chose Melbourne (Australia) to study at the Australian Ballet School, where he remained until 2013. During 2009, she was awarded the Joinville Dance Festival with the first free solo by Vivace, and the Grand Pas de Deux Fille Mal Gardée. In the same year, she received the award for best dancer at Festival Passo de Arte Minas (Minas Gerais, Brazil), with the solo Éttudes, and the variation repertoire of Coppelia. She received scholarship from the companies Australian Ballet School (2010-2011), Canada National Ballet School (2009) and l'Ecole Supérieure de Danse de Cannes Rosella Hightower (2009), for the Prix de Lausanne.
Caru Truzzi




Caru
Truzzi (1992)
Born in São Paulo, Ana Carolina Truzzi began studying dance at age of 10, in Monte Alegre do Sul. At age 13, she began studying classical ballet at the Academia de Ballet Lina Penteado (Campinas) and, in 2007, she moved to São Paulo to study at Especial Academia de Ballet. She an actress graduated by Escola Superior de Artes Célia Helena and studied musical theater at Escola de Atores Wolf Maya and at Casa de Artes Operária Arts, where she participated in the shows Avenida Q., Making Musicals 3, Mudança de Hábito and others. She mastered her technique in dancing and singing in the school Steps on Broadway (New York, USA) and studied jazz with Edy Wilson at Raça Centro de Artes (São Paulo, Brazil), under the direction of Roseli Rodrigues. For the show Tucca Aprendiz de Maestro with the Orquestra Sinfonieta Tucca Fortíssima, she integrated the cast of O Soldadinho de Chumbo, Coppélia, Operilda, Os Acordes de Bela Adormecida and Swan Lake. She participated in four seasons in presentations of the Russian Ballet in São Paulo in the works of Swan Lake and Dom Quixote (2007 e 2008), A Bela Adormecida (2012) and Dom Quixote (2013), directed by Boris Storojkov, Roumen Rachev and liudmila Polonskaya. She had as ballet masters Aracy de Almeida, Jorge Peña, Jhean Allex, Silvana Franzoi, and Ana Maria de Almeida Campos. In 2008 and 2009, she received the title of soloist of RV Promoções.
Cintia Pimentel




Cintia
Pimentel (1984)
Born in São Paulo, she graduated in 2001 by Escola Municipal de Bailados de São Paulo. Between 2002 and 2009, she integrated the corps de ballet of Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro and danced major works of the classical repertoire such as Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, Giselle, Coppelia, La Fille Mal Gardée, Eugene Onegin, The Seventh Symphony of Beethoven, and Creation, by Uwe Sholtz. In parallel, she danced the pieces Quase Uma, Outro Lugar, Entrelinhas e Curvas, and B612, for the Focus Cia. de Dança, from choreographer Alex Neoral. In 2009, she joined the Cia. de Dança Déborah Colker, remaining until 2011 and toured in European countries and the United States, with the pieces Cruel, 4x4 and Mix. Sasha Svetloff is among her ballet masters.
Danyla Bezerra




Danyla
Bezerra (1989)
Born in Pindamonhangaba (SP), she studied at the School of Dance Guaíra Theater and in 2006, she integrated the cast of the Teatro Guaíra Ballet (BTG), in Curitiba (PR). Afterwards, she moved to the United States to study at the Miami City Ballet School, remaining until 2009, when she received a scholarship for the trainee program at Boston Ballet School. In 2010, she joined the cast of the National Ballet of Canada, integrating the cast of works such as Romeo and Juliet, by Alexei Ratmansky, Theme and Variations, by George Balanchine, The Seagull, by John Neumeier, among others. She Integrates SPCD dance cast since 2013.
Fernanda Verardo




Fernanda
Verardo (1994)
Born in Rio de Janeiro, Fernanda began dancing professionally at the Petite Danse School of Dance, directed by Patrícia Salgado, and at the Companhia Jovem Dançar Vida. In 2012, she was trained by Pedro Paulo Kraszczuk and Cecília Kerche. In the same year, she joined the Companhia Brasileira de Ballet, directed by Jorge Texeira, where she danced classical works such as Dom Quixote, The Nutcracker, La Bayadère, by Marius Petipa, and Giselle, by Roland Petit.
Isabela Maylart




Isabela
Maylart (1992)
Originally from Barra Bonita, countryside of São Paulo, Isabela began studying dance at age of nine at Academia Primeiro Movimento (First Movement Academy). In 2004, she moved to São Paulo to study in Pavilhão D Centro de Artes (Arts Center Pavilion D), under the direction of Ricardo Scheir. By the school, she participated in several festivals, including the Youth American Grand Prix, in which she was granted a scholarship to John Cranko School, in Stuttgart, Germany, under the artistic direction of Tadeusz Matacz. Graduated by the school, she returned to Brazil in 2011, when she attended the gala of the 30th edition of Joinville Dance Festival.
Larissa Lins




Larissa
Lins (1993)
Born in Rio de Janeiro and graduated in classical ballet by the Centro de Dança (Rio de Janeiro) under direction of Marisa Estrella. She danced in important companies such as Petite Danse School of Dance, Cia. Jovem de Ballet do Rio de Janeiro, Companhia Sesi Minas de Belo Horizonte. She danced important ballet pieces such as With Love (Dalal Achcar), Masquerade (Tindaro Silvano), Alors on Danse (Eric Frederic). She was a trainee at Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro dancing Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet (Gounod), and The Merry Widow (Franz Lehár). She participated in the Youth American Grand Prix and Prix de Lausanne (Switzerland). She had as her ballet masters Juan Pablo, Darlene Varella, Patrícia Salgado, Anna Elizabeth Alexandre e Maria Angélica Fiorani, among others.
Letcia
 Martins




Letícia
Martins (1987)
Born in Brasília (DF). She started dancing in 1997, at the Lucia Toller Academy and continued to study with the maitre Gisele Santoro. After participating of the International Dance Seminar of Brasilia, in 2005, she moved to Germany and started dancing at the Ballet Theater Company of Magdeburg. The following year, she joined the Ballet Theater Company of Nordhausen (Germany), remaining until 2010. Yet in Germany she joined the cast of the Ballet Company of the Stadttheater Bremerhaven. In 2012, she moved back to Brazil.
Luiza Del Rio




Luiza
Del Rio (1992)
She was born in São Bernardo do Campo (SP). She graduated in Classical Ballet by the Academy of Ballet Elisa of São Paulo and studied at Bolshoi Theater School in Brazil from 2006 to 2010. She has taken part on important dance competitions as the Dance Festival of Joinville, International Ballet Competition and Youth America Grand Prix.
Luiza Lopes




Luiza
Lopes (1990)
Born in São Paulo, in 1990. Lopes holds a certificate from the Escola Municipal de Bailado. From 2003 to 2006 she attended classes at the Núcleo de Dança Nice Leite – Ilara Lopes. She has been awarded at dance festivals and holds a certificate from the Royal Academy of Dance. In 2006 she was granted a scholarship to the Royal Ballet School and the English National Ballet School, both of them in London. She returned to Brazil in 2008 to join the São Paulo Companhia de Dança.
Luiza Yuk




Luiza
Yuk (1989)
Born in Pelotas (RS). Luiza began her studies at the School Dicléia F. de Souza. In 2007, she moved to Joinville (SC) to study at the Bolshoi Theater School in Brazil, graduating in the first class of the institution. She danced as soloist with the Bolshoi Company Youth Brazil, directed by Pavel Kazarian for four years. In 2009, Luiza took an intensive workshop in the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow (Russia), under the direction of Alexei Ratmansky. Following the year, she took an internship with La La La Human Steps in Montreal (Canada), directed by Édouard Lock. In 2011, she joined the cast of the Vancouver Coastal City Ballet Company, and in 2012, she integrated the Ballet Dortmund (Germany). Luiza returned to Brazil to join the cast of SPCD.
Mariana Carossa




Mariana
Carossa (1994)
Born in São Paulo, Mariana graduated in classical ballet under the direction of Mariana Ribeiro at Stúdio Coreográfico Corpore Sano, in Santo André (SP). Besides classical ballet, she studied rhythmic gymnastics, jazz and American Tap Dance. In 2012, she attended the Summer Intensive Program at Miami City Ballet School (USA). In the same year, she was a student at the renowned Bolshoi Ballet School (Moscow), during the Moscow International Ballet Competition. Over the past three years she danced important works of classical ballet like Dom Quixote, Giselle and The Nutcracker.
Michele Molina




Michelle
Molina (1983)
Born in São Paulo, in 1983. Molina began training at age five. In 1996, she enrolled at the Escola Municipal de Bailado de São Paulo, from which she attained a certificate in 2001. She trained under masters Tony Abbott, Miti Warangae, Aracy de Almeida, Ruth Rachou, Ibis Montoto, and Ruben Terranova, among others. She danced with the young corps de ballet at Esi Dancers and Company Ballet.
Morgana Capellari




Morgana
Cappellari (1990)
Born in São Paulo, in 1983. Molina began training at age five. In 1996, she enrolled at the Escola Municipal de Bailado de São Paulo, from which she attained a certificate in 2001. She trained under masters Tony Abbott, Miti Warangae, Aracy de Almeida, Ruth Rachou, Ibis Montoto, and Ruben Terranova, among others. She danced with the young corps de ballet at Esi Dancers and Company Ballet.
Olivia Pureza




Olivia
Pureza (1991)
Born in Ottawa, Canada, Olivia lives in Brazil since 1992. She began her studies in dance in 2002, at the school Ballet Expressão (Expression Ballet). She passed through Ballet Divertsement, in Canada; Pavilhão D Centro de Artes, Especial Academia de Ballet (Special Ballet Academy), Cisne Negro Dance Company and Companhia Brasileira de Danças Clássicas (Brazilian Company of Classic Dance), where she danced as a soloist, in Brazil. Throughout her career, she received many awards, including as the best ballerina in FestDance (2010), and the 1st place in Joinville Dance Festival (2012) in several categories.
Pamela Valim




Pamela
Valim (1992)
She was born in São Paulo, capital, and began studying ballet at Escola Municipal de Bailados (Municipal School of Ballet) and graduated by the Ballet Aracy de Almeida, under the direction of Guivalde de Almeida. In 2009, she was awarded as the best dancer of the 27th edition of Joinville Dance Festival. In 2010, she was selected in the 10th edition of the IBC - International Ballet Competition, where she played the Grand Pas de Deux from The Blue Bird, and the contemporary ballet Cobarde, choreographed by Eduardo Menezes. She was an invited ballerina from the 30th edition of ENDA - National Meeting of Dance, at the Gala of the Municipal Theatre of São Paulo. She worked under the direction of Ramon Reis, from Cia Les Ballet de Monte-Carlo (Les Ballet de Monte-Carlo Company), in Monaco, and in 2012, participated in the spectacle Voyage a Travers Les Notes, at the Théâtre des Variétés. She took an internship at Academie de Danse Princess Grace, directed by Luca Masala.
Renata Alencar




Renata
Alencar (1989)
Born in São Paulo, she began studying dance in 2000 at Fundação das Artes de São Caetano do Sul, in São Paulo, and at Escola de Ballet Ismael Guiser, where she mastered her technique. In 2006, she danced in companies in Latin America such as Ballet Clássico e Moderno Municipal de Assunção (Paraguay), directed by Miguel Bonin; Ballet da Província de Salta (Argentina), under the direction of Leandro Regueiro; and, at last, she integrated the corps de ballet of Ballet Nacional del Sodre (Uruguay), directed by Julio Bocca, remaining until 2012. She stood out as a soloist in works such as In The Middle, Somewhat Elevated, by William Forsythe; The Rite of Spring, by Oscar Araiz; and Swan Lake, by Raul Candal. Toshie Kobayashi, Ismael Guiser and Sasha Svetloff are among her teachers.
Ren Weinstrof




Renée
Weinstrof (1989)
Born in São Paulo, she began dancing in 1992 at the Ballet Paula Castro followed by the Escola Municipal de Bailados, in São Paulo, Núcleo de Dança Nice Leite – Ilara Lopes, Houston Ballet Academy, Houston Ballet II, and others. In 2010, she joined São Paulo Companhia de Dança and later on, she moved to Cisne Negro Cia. de Dança, directed by Hulda Bittencourt, and Ballet Stagium, directed by Márika Gidali and Décio Otero. She had as ballet masters Ilara Lopes, Décio Otero, Ben Huys, Richard Cragun, Sally Rojas, Alphonse Poulin, Jorge Peña, Svetlana Osiyeva, and others.
Roberta Bussoni




Roberta
Bussoni (1985)
Born in Recife (PE), in 1985. Bussoni was trained at the ballet school of Ismael Guiser and Yoko Okada. In 2009, she was selected prima ballerina in the Centro Pró Danza, of Cuba. She has performed at Cia. Only Broadway, Cia. Paulista de Teatro Musical and in the Brazilian staging of The Phantom of the Opera.
Thamiris Prata




Thamiris
Prata (1987)
Born in Santos (SP), in 1987. She achieved a certificate from the Escola Municipal de Bailado. Prata has danced with the Balé da Cidade de Santos and the Cisne Negro Cia. de Dança. She has been awarded gold medal at the Joinville Dance Festival and competed in the Youth America Grand Prix, in New York.
Andre Grippi




Andre
Grippi (1990)
He was born in Campinas (SP) and started his career at Academia Ballet e Cia (Ballet Academy and Company), in Campinas. Among his awards, it features a silver medal is in Passo de Arte (Art Step) (2009) and a bronze medal in the Festival CBDD (2009). Between 2009 and 2010, he was a scholarship student of the Pacific Dance Arts School, in Vancouver, Canada, under artistic direction of Li Yamin and between 2010 and 2011 he was an intern in Joffrey Ballet Academy, in Chicago, the United States. He also joined Lamondance Works - Vancouver (2009). His professors include: Tânia Fortes, Vivien Fortes, Alexei Kremenev, Anna Renznik, Chartel Arthur, Graça Sales and Willy Shives. He joins São Paulo Companhia de Dança from January 2012.
Binho Pacheco




Binho
Pacheco (1989)
Originally from Salvador, he began studying dance at the age of 16 at Escola de Balé do Teatro Castro Alves (Ebateca) (Ballet School of Castro Alves Theater). In 2007, he moved to São Paulo to join the cast of the Especial Academia de Ballet (Special Ballet Academy). Later on, he joined Companhia Brasileira de Ballet (Brazilian Ballet Company), in Rio de Janeiro, directed by Jorge Teixeira, where he worked as a ballet dancer and choreographer. In 2012, he returned to São Paulo to integrate Companhia Brasileira de Danças Clássicas (Brazilian Company of Classical Dances), directed by Guivalde de Almeida.
Bruno Veloso




Bruno
Veloso (1985)
Born in São Paulo, in 1985. Veloso began his dance training at Escola de Ballet Sandra Amaral, in 2003. In 2006, he joined the corps de ballet at Espaço de Danças e Artes Paulista. From 2003 to 2008, he performed as soloist at the Companhia Estável Promodança.
Caue Frias




Cauê
Frias (1993)
Born in São Paulo he began studying dance at the Academia de Ballet Pássaro Azul. He also studied at Escola Municipal de Bailados, Associação Atlética Banco do Brasil and Pavilhão D. Between 2010 and 2012, he danced at the New Zealand School of Dance (New Zealand) and received the National Certificate of Dance. Between 2012 and 2013, he danced at the Ballet II Houston (Texas, USA), and during 2013 until beginning of 2014, he was a demi-soloist at the Czech National Theatre (Prague, Czech Republic). He performed as a soloist important pieces of the classical repertoire such as La Bayadère and Long and Winding Road (Stanton Welch), Konservatoriet, by August Bournonville, and Theme and Variations, by George Balanchine. He also danced works of important choreographers such as The Nutcracker and Dom Quixote, by Marius Petipa, Napoli, by August Bournonville, Suit em Blanc, de Serge Lifar, and Evening Songs, by Jirí Kylián and others. He received full scholarship to study at the New Zealand School of Dance (2010-2012) as well as the Houston Ballet Summer Intensive (2012). He also received Distinction grade in all exams of the Royal Academy of Dance (London, England).
Daniel Reca




Daniel
Reca (1982)
Born in Rosario, Argentina, in 1982. Daniel began his ballet training at the Ballet School of Teatro Cólon between 2004 and 2005. Afterwards, he attended the School of Contemporary Dance of San Martin Theater. In 2007, he joined the cast of the Contemporary Ballet of San Martin Theater under the direction of Maurice Wainrot. In 2008, he moved to Chile and joined the Santiago Ballet, under the direction of Marcia Haydée, remaining until 2013. In Chile, he danced works such as Rite of Spring, by Glen Tetley; Romeo and Julieta, by John Cranko; Bolero de Ravel, by Maurice Bejart, among others. He quotes Mario Galizzi as one of his masters. He integrates SPCD since 2013.
Diego de Paula




Diego
de Paula (1984)
He was born in Suzano and started his dance studies in 1995, at Studio Márcia Belarmino, in Suzano, São Paulo. From 1998 to 2000, under direction of Maurício Oliveira, he joined the Company Estável Promodança. From 2001, he was accepted at Akademie des Tanzes, directed by Birgit Keil, in Mannheim, Germany. In 2003, he was hired by Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe, also in Germany, where he was promoted to soloist in 2006 and Primo Ballerino in 2008, position which he held until 2011. He has already danced choreographies and versions of ballets of Uwe Scholz, Jean-Christopher Maillot, Hans Van Manen, Mac Millian, Balanchine, Peter Wright, Ashton, among others. He joined São Paulo Companhia in 2011.
Emmanuel Vazquez




Emmanuel
Vazquez (1991)
Born in Buenos Aires (Argentina), he began studying ballet with six years old. At age of nine, he was selected to study at the Institute of Arts of the Colón Theatre and graduated in 2009, with the highest technical score of the school. As a student of the Colón Theatre, he danced important works such as The Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Dom Quixote, The Armed Hat, The Nutcracker, Giselle and Coppélia. In 2010, he joined the corps de ballet of the Ballet de Santiago (Chile), where she danced The Magician, Paquita, Dracula, and Romeo and Juliet and Éttudes. In 2012, he received a bronze medal for the Cape Town International Ballet Competition (South Africa) and in 2013; he was promoted to soloist with the Ballet de Santiago.
Everson Botelho




Everson
Botelho (Beka) (1978)
Born in São Paulo, he began his dance classes with 14 years old at Especial Academia de Ballet. Throughout this period of training he received awards in major dance festivals in Brazil and abroad as Passo de Arte em Santo André (São Paulo), Festival de Dança do Triângulo em Uberlândia e Sesi Capézio em Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais), CBDD - Conselho Brasileiro De Dança (Rio de Janeiro), ENDA - Encontro Nacional De Dança (São Paulo), Seminário Internacional de Dança de Brasília (Distrito Federal), Festival de Dança de Joinville (Santa Catarina), in which he was nominated by the Ministry of Culture for the dance Mambembe Trophy as Best Dancer. He participated in international competitions such as International Competition of Ballet en Estudiantes de La Havana (Cuba), International Dance Contest in Buenos Aires (Argentina), Prix de Lausanne (Switzerland), and others. His ballet masters were Aracy Ballet de Almeida, Tony Abbott, Toshie Kobayashi, Manoel Francisco, and others. Among his international masters stands out the cubans Isaura Guzman, Niurka Naranjo, Ramona de Saa, Ofelia Gonzalez, Pablo Moret, Laura Alonso, Ivan Monreal, Reynaldo Muniz, Mercedes Beltran, Lazaro Carreño; the argentines Ismael Guiser, Bettina Bellomo, Gustavo Malajoli, and russians Sergei Alexandrov, Boris Storojkov and Iouzef Raoukout. Between 1997 and 1999 he danced at Companhia de Dança do Palácio das Artes in Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais, Brazil). Between 1999 and 2011 he danced at Grupo Corpo Companhia de Dança de Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais, Brazil), under the direction of Paulo Perdeneiras, and performed in more than 26 countries.
Flvio Everton




Flávio
Everton (1989)
Born in São Paulo, he graduated by D Pavilion Art Centre, under Ricardo Scheir's direction. In 2006, by also Scheir's guidance, he danced with São José Dance Company, where he remained for over 2 years. In 2008, he had integrated the cast of SPCD. In the Company, he danced Polígono, by Aléssio Silvestrin; Les Noces, by Bronislava Nijinska (1891-1972); Gnawa, by Nacho Duato, among others. He'd moved to Campos dos Goytacazes, in 2012, to be part of the Trianon's Theatre group, and in 2013 he returned to SPCD cast.
Geivison Moreira




Geivison
Moreira (1992)
Born in Valinhos, city where he began studying Classical Ballet at Casa da Cultura Vicente Musselli. In 2003, he participated in Cuballet, where he was a soloist of works as Le Corsaire, Don Quixote and Swan Lake, all by Marius Petipa (1818-1910). In 2007, he was approved at the Bolshoi Theatre School in Brazil, Joinville. He received numerous awards throughout his career, including the 1st place in the XIV New Fest Dance of Campos do Jordão (2010) and in the 15th National Dance Festival of Ribeirão (2012).
Glauber Vaz




Glauber
Vaz (1983)
Born at the countryside of São Paulo, Glauber graduated in classical ballet by the Especial Academia de Ballet under the direction of Guivalde Almeida and Jorge Peña. His ballet masters were Ilara Lopes, Ana Maria Campos, Marc de Graef and Ismael Guiser. He integrated the corps de ballet of major companies such as Cisne Negro Cia. de Dança, Cia. de Dança de São José dos Campos, Cia. Brasileira de Danças Clássicas and Sesc Cia. de Dança. He worked with Henrique Rodovalho, director and choreographer of Quasar Cia. de Dança and Ramon Reis, resident choreographer at Monte Carlo. Glauber danced great works of classical ballet as La Esmeralda, The Nutcracker, Coppelia, Giselle, A Bela Adormecida, Raymonda and Le Millions d'Harlequins.
Igor Silva




Igor
Silva (1991)
Born in Uberlândia (Minas Gerais), Igor graduated as a professional dancer from the Bolshoi Theatre School in Brazil. Between 2007 and 2012, he danced great works of classical ballet such as The Nutcracker, Giselle and Dom Quixote, restaged by russian master Vladimir Vasiliev. As a soloist, he danced works as Flames of Paris, Le Corsaire, La Fille Mal Gardée, Diana and Acteon, Walpurgia Night, Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, Coppelia and La Esmeralda. In 2013, he danced as a soloist in Cia. Sesc de Dança, in Minas Gerais.
Joca Antunes




Joca
Antunes (1985)
Born in Rio de Janeiro, in 1985. He trained at the Grupo Cultural de Dança – Ilha and Escola Estadual de Dança Maria Olenewa. Antunes achieved a certificate from the London Studio Centre. He danced with the Ballet Jovem do Rio de Janeiro, DeAnima Ballet Contemporâneo, Teatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro, Companhia de Dança de São José dos Campos, and K-Ballet Company, in Tokyo, Japan.
Jonas Moraes




Jonas
Moraes (1988)
Born in Salto, countryside of São Paulo, he began his studies in classical and contemporary ballet in 2003. From 2005 to 2012, he joined the cast of Faces Ocultas Companhia de Dança (Faces Ocultas Dance Company), under the direction of Arilton Assunção. He joined the cast of Companhia Brasileira de Danças Clássicas (Brazilian Company of Classic Dance), under the direction of Guivalde Almeida; and Companhia Independente (Independent Company), of Edson Santos. He participated in dance exchange projects. In 2010, he danced in the International Dance Festival in Macao, China. In 2011, he was awarded as the best dancer in Passo de Arte of Belo Horizonte.
Leony Boni




Leony
Boni (1990)
Born in Salto, countryside of São Paulo, he began his studies in classical and contemporary ballet in 2003. From 2005 to 2012, he joined the cast of Faces Ocultas Companhia de Dança (Faces Ocultas Dance Company), under the direction of Arilton Assunção. He joined the cast of Companhia Brasileira de Danças Clássicas (Brazilian Company of Classic Dance), under the direction of Guivalde Almeida; and Companhia Independente (Independent Company), of Edson Santos. He participated in dance exchange projects. In 2010, he danced in the International Dance Festival in Macao, China. In 2011, he was awarded as the best dancer in Passo de Arte of Belo Horizonte.
Lucas Axel




Lucas
Axel (1993)
At Valinhos (SP), his hometown, attended and graduated in jazz at Vicente Musseli Cultural Centre between 2001 and 2009. In 2010, he moved to Joinville (SC) to study at the Bolshoi Theatre School in Brazil, in the Contemporary Dance Department. The next year, was invited to take part in the Bolshoi's Brazil Young Company, in which he performed as a ballet dancer and started creating choreographies (Over my Eyes e Conflicts), of which he was awarded with a golden medal at the Istambul International Dance Festival (Turkey).
Lucas Valente




Lucas
Valente (1990)
He is from Bahia. He began his studies in dance in 2007 and went through several ballet schools in São Paulo, and, also, through independent dance companies. He studied at Centro Pro-Danza, in Cuba, and acted at Ballet Laura Alonso. He had a brief passage through Cisne Negro Dance Company. He participated in the Venice Biennale, where he came into contact with dancers and rehearsers of important companies in dance such as William Forsythe and Wim Vandekeybus, of companies such as Companhia Rosas, in Italy, and the Stuttgart Ballet, in Germany.
Lcio Kalbusch




Lucio
Kalbusch (1990)
Born in Joinville (SC). Lucio started his classic ballet studies in 2004, at the Bolshoi Theater School. In 2007, he integrated the cast of the Brazilian Conservatory of Dance and Brazilian Dance Company, in Rio de Janeiro, under the direction of Jorge Teixeira, dancing contemporary and classic works. He performed at the Monaco Dance Forum in Monte Carlo. In 2010, he joined the cast of the ballet of the Municipal Theater of Rio de Janeiro. In 2012, he became first soloist. He integrates the cast of SPCD since 2013.
Nielson Souza




Nielson
Souza (1990)
Born, in 1990. Souza began his dance training at the Bolshoi Theater School in Brazil. His principal masters were Amarildo Cassiano, Ana Sampaio, Jair Moraes, Denis Nevidomyy and Nicolay Akchurin. He danced with the corps de ballet of the Balé Jovem de Salvador, a contemporary dance company directed by Matias Santiago.
Rafael Gomes




Rafael
Gomes (1986)
Born in Rio de Janeiro, in 1986. Gomes began his dance training at age 13 at the Centro de Dança Rio, where he attained his certificate in 2002. He integrated the corps de ballet of the Companhia Jovem de Ballet do Rio de Janeiro and the Cia. de Dança Deborah Colker, having performed in Brazil and abroad.
Raphael Panta




Raphael
Panta (1984)
Born in São Paulo, in 1984. Panta began his dance training in Londrina (PR), at Escola Municipal de Dança and later transferred to the city of Ourinhos, where he enrolled at the Escola Municipal de Bailado. After achieving his certificate, Panta returned to São Paulo where he joined the Cisne Negro Cia. de Dança.
Rodolfo Saraiva




Rodolfo
Saraiva (1986)
Born in Rio de Janeiro, in 1986. Saraiva began his dance training at Rhitmus Centro de Artes e Movimento. He took ballet classes from Silvana Andrade. He has performed with Laso Cia. de Dança, under Carlos Laerte, and the dance companies of Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro and Teatro Municipal de Niterói.
Ruan Martins




Ruan
Martins (1990)
Born in São Paulo, Ruan began studying classical ballet in 2006 in Quartier Latin Ballet School, under the direction of Marisa Ballarini. Between 2009 and 2012, he mastered his technique in courses of Cuballet and Summer Ballet Adriana Assaf, where he stayed until 2012. As a principal dancer he performed The Nutcracker and Coppelia in 2006 and 2008. In 2013, he joined the corps de ballet of the Ballet Nacional Del Sodre, directed by Julio Bocca, and danced important pieces of great choreographers such as La Sylphide (August Bournonville), Sinfonietta (Jirí Kylián), In The Middle, Somewhat Elevated (William Forsythe), La Consecration de la Primavera (Oscar Araiz), Without Words (Nacho Duato), and Hamlet and Russian (Boris Eifman), among others.
Tendo Pereira




Tendo
Pereira (1986)
Born in Rio de Janeiro, Tendo began studying dance at age 16, at Centro de Dança Rio, in Rio de Janeiro. Between 2003 and 2005, he integrated the Ballet Jovem do Rio de Janeiro and in 2006, he moved to Venezuela to dance in the Contemporary Ballet of Caracas. Between 2007 and 2009, he danced in importante Latin American companies such as the Ballet de la Province of Salta and Contemporary Ballet of Caracas. He took classes with Pyotr Russanov, former principal dancer of the Mariinsky Theatre and professor of Vaganova Ballet Academy. He integrated for four years the corps de ballet of Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro and danced important classical pieces such as Eugene Onegin, Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, Carmen and The Rite of Spring (Nijinsky). He danced as a soloist important works such as Raymonda, Romeo and Juliet, Giselle, Napoli, Diana and Acteon, Dom Quixote, La Bayadère and Carmina Burana, by Maurício Wainrot.
Vincius Vieira




Vinícius
Vieira (1992)
Born in Joinville (SC). He attended Bolshoi Theatre School in Brazil from 2003 to 2011. In 2012, he was hired for the Bolshoi's Brazil Young Company, under Pavel Kazarian direction, performing as a ballet dancer in restaging work and new creations, including Jurei Pro Amor Um Dia Te Encontrar, by Jomar Mesquita; Giselle, de Vladmir Vasiliev; e Raymonda. He was invited to be the prince Desirée at the ballet Sleeping Beauty, by Petipa, at Lima's City Theatre, in Peru. Vinícius is a SPCD dancer since 2013.
Yoshi Suzuki




Yoshi
Suzuki (1989)
Born in Ribeirão Preto, in 1989. He trained under Carla Petroni, Ricardo Scheir, Toshie Kobayashi, Jair Moraes, Henrique Talmah, and Jorge Teixeira, among other masters. Suzuki was awarded in festivals such as those of Joinville (best dancer) and Danzamerica, in Argentina. He danced with Companhia de Dança de São José dos Campos, under artistic director Ricardo Scheir.
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