Dancers

Naoko Arimura Dancer

Naoko Arimura is a dancer from Japan, started her ballet training at the age of 8 and graduated high school as a performing arts major. She moved to NewYork to study contemporary dance and loves her life here. She has worked with such a wonderful people: The Next Stage Project, Maija Garcia, Diane McCarthy, Aurelien Peillex, Amaris dance and Ayako Takahashi.

Noemi Di Gregorio Dancer/Choreographer

Noemi performed in Europe, Asia, Canada and the U.S.A. with different choreographers, such as Connie Procopio, Avir/Enzo Celli, shows like “Art on Ice“ and movies such as "Die Räuberinnen". She was a member of Spark Movement Collective for 4 years. Besides that, Noemi has been choreographing and showing her own work in NYC and Switzerland. www.noemidigregorio.com

Lilianna Kane Dancer

Lilianna Kane was born in Brooklyn, New York and is currently a 2nd year BFA in dance at The Ohio State University. Before college, Lilianna danced with Dancewave Company I, where she had the pleasure of performing works by choreographers such as Andrea Miller, David Dorfman, Nathan Trice, Kyle Abraham, and Ronald K. Brown. At OSU, Lilianna has performed in works by Ann Sofie Clemmensen, Megan Davis, Serena Chang, among others. Lilianna choreographed her first piece third, which premiered in January, 2015, and she plans to continue choreographing throughout her career.

Claire Moore Dancer

Claire Moore is currently a 2nd year BFA in dance at The Ohio State University. She trained at the Dancewave School in Brooklyn, New York where she learned and performed pieces by world-renowned choreographers including Kyle Abraham, Paul Taylor, Andrea Miller, Twyla Tharp, Susan Marshall and David Dorfman. At The Ohio State University, Moore has performed works by Abby Zbikowski and Sofie Clemmenson as well as participated in many undergraduate and graduate works. https://clairemmoore.wordpress.com/

Mei Suzuki Photographer/Dancer

Mei Suzuki is a dancer and photographer. After 2 years of training in New York, she is back to Japan and works in various field of performance. Her curiosity towards dance leads her to photography especially focused on dancers. With these different form of art, she explores the possibility of performing.

Tina Wang Dancer

Tina Wang is a Taiwanese native who grew up in Latin America. She discovered the magic of concert dance at Washington University in St. Louis as she was pursuing her B.A. in Psychology. After graduating, she attended the Peridance Certificate Program to further her training. She is now currently at NYU for her M.S in Translation Studies to further her understanding of how to be clear and expressive human being. http://tinawang07.wix.com/tina-wang-artist-