Chiara Taviani (1985)
Her early education is acquired at the Academy Princesse Grace de Monaco (Fr) and at the Spid Academy de Milano (It). She then participates in the dance training Coline in Istres where she meets and works with choreographers such as Emmanuel Gat, Edmond Russo and Shlomi Tuizer, Mathilde Monier, Georges Appaix, Thierry Thieu Niang, Salia Sania and Seydou Boro, Lisi Estaràs from Ballets C de la B… She then becomes interpreter in different Italian companies including Balletto Civile from Michela Lucenti. In 2011, she founds ‘C&C’, together with Carlo Massari. They are authors to different dance pieces: Maria Addolorata, 012, Corpo e Cultura and Tristissimo. With those project they tour in National and International festival and received important price as :
Prix du Jury HiverOclytes/ Les Hivernales Avignon, Premio Roma Danza, 2nd price in International competition in Hannover, Premio Corto in Danza (…)
In 2014-2015 she participates in the research and creation program Prototype II in the Royaumont abbey.
In 2016 she presented her first solo “Peurbleue” in Roma Europa Festival.
Henrique Furtado Vieira (1987)
Engineer in Energy and Environment, he follows his artistic training in several French institutions (INSA Lyon, CDC Toulouse, Prototype II – Royaumont abbey). He collaborates with Bleuène Madelaine for Monoïque (2012). Under Extensions in the CDC of Toulouse from 2012 to 2014, he participates in several works by Aurélien Richard, Fabrice Lambert, Cie du Zerep, Julie Desprairies… He dances in Bbeals (2015) by Eric Languet, in Revue Macabre (2015) and Dante (2016) by Aurélien Richard. In addition, he is working with Aloun Marchal, Céline Cartillier, Daniel Pizamiglio and Chiara Taviani in several projects.
His new project Bibi ha bibi is supported by CDC de toulouse and will have his première in 2017 in France.
Graduated from the English National Ballet, he studied at numerous contemporary training centers (LondonContemporary, Ramber School, Refinery). Since 2012 he has collaborated with Virgilio Sieni as a dancer and trainer. He has worked with visual artists and choreographers such as Rizzo, Favale, Sehgal, Bronstein, Vidach, Corradi, Mohovich, Ramirez, Godani, Scigliano, Sullivan, Ninarello, Tudisco, Bianco, Touzea and Cosimi. Currently engaged in two projects: Cosmopolitan Beauty and We_Pop, commissioned by the East East Festival of which he is an associate artist.