Ruben Bellavia

Jazz Drummer – Italy

Ruben Bellavia is a very versatile drummer on the Italian musical scene. In 2017 he has been invited from the Berklee College of Music to present his innovative method of practicing inspired by Tony Williams. After getting his Bachelor Degree in Classical Percussions at the Conservatory in Torino he started studying jazz drumming seriously. He’s been working with some of the most influential musicians on the Italian and International jazz scene like Randy Brecker, Chad LB, Antonio Faraò and many more. In 2011 the jazz trio leaded by the pianist Fabio Giachino has been founded. In 2016 he has been ranked in the top 10 of Italian Jazz Drummers and in third position with the Fabio Giachino Trio in the band section from the readers pool of the Jazzit Magazine.

Alexandra Light

Multidisciplinary artist, choreographer, dancer – Washington DC

Alexandra began training in ballet at the age of three at the Maryland Youth Ballet, as well as the School of American Ballet in NYC, San Francisco Ballet School, and other institutions. Her artistic inspiration draws from classical dance, the psychology of people, and her Jewish heritage. Using various mediums such as collage, acrylic, mixed media, and the human body, Alexandra creates pieces ranging from small and minimalistic to large and abstract. Her artwork has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, and her choreographic works have been performed at renowned institutions such as The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and the Katzen Arts Center of American University in Washington, DC. Alexandra is currently based in Fort Worth, Texas.

Megan Castro

Dancer – USA, South Carolina

Megan Castro was raised in South Carolina, United States, where her dance journey began. She went on to earn her BFA in contemporary dance at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. She furthered her studies abroad at the Kyoto Dance Festival in Japan and the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company in Israel.

Her passion for dance in other countries lead her to participate in various projects, performances, and jobs abroad, including her work with with Tanz Compagnie Gervasi in Vienna, Austria.

Today, Megan continues to create her own work, participate in collaborative projects, and teach her own movement language.

Her love of improvisation movement drives her creativity, allowing her to express the joy and freedom of physical expression.

Andrej Stepita

Dancer, Performer – Austria, Salzburg

“Artunio is a special project with great potential – to finally create an opportunity for artists to share without being urged to compromise their work.”

A performer, teacher, and creator working mainly in the field of contemporary dance and physical theater. In his artistic work, he draws from the endless stream of energy, which during his artistic development was shaped by several dance styles and aesthetic forms.

Cindy NG

Dancer – Malaysia

Cindy was born and raised in Malaysia. After graduating from the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts (HKAPA) in 2019, Cindy joined the postgraduate company called BODHI PROJECT Dance Company at SEAD and worked with Stephanie Thiersch (DE), Hillel Kogan (IL), Massimo Gerardi (IT). ), Francesco Scavetta (IT) and Adrienn Hód (HU). After leaving the company, she started freelancing in Germany and worked with Paper Tiger Theater Studio, Münchner Kammerspiele and Azimuth Arts and Dance Ensemble. In addition to being a performer, Cindy has also created her own choreography, such as Parasite, Amidst the FOG and FOG. She also collaborated with directors and filmmakers on a documentary – “I Don’t Walk, I Dance” by Darren Tan, which premiered in Macau, Hamburg, Taiwan and Holland and on Mu Wang’s short film “Non-Poetic Poems”.

Since 2022, she has been a member of Divadlo Studio Tanca.

Diego Alvarez Sanóu

Dancer – Costa Rica

Diego started his training at the age of 19 in Olympic gymnastics, at the age of 20 he started training as a dancer at the “Conservatory El Barco” in Costa Rica. He collaborated with: Milan Tomášik & Co. (Slovenia-Slovakia), Ultima Vez/Wim Vandekeybus (Belgium), Fernando Hurtado Cia. (Spain), 4Pelos/Losdenmedium (Costa Rica), created projects with Anton Lachký (Slovakia-Belgium) and independent choreographers and dancers from different countries. With his brothers, he started a project called Tres Hermanos and created the REVES workshop festival, which is attended by people from all over the world. In 2010, he started collaborating with Adrián Arriaga and together they founded Colectivo Clá, an independent dance company. In 2014, he won the “Best Company Dance Award” in Costa Rica for his work across borders and beyond.

Since 2022, he has been a member of Divadlo Studio Tanca.