Elisa is a dance/visual artist and performer, originally from Italy, based in London. She has completed a BA (First Class Hons) at LABAN, receiving the Marion North Award for Outstanding Performance in her final year. Since then she has worked freelance with various artists, such as Tilted Productions, DKHP, Janine Harrington, Irina Baldini and Pablo Bronstein, as well as collaborating with Stella Papi in SALSAROSA and making her own work somewhere hybrid in between performance and visual arts.
Stella is an Italian dance artist based in London where she graduated from Laban Conservatoire of Dance. As a performer, Stella has worked with a variety of international artists, such as Rosana Antolì, Janine Harrington, Katarzyna Witek, Dog Kennel Hill Project, Susan Sentler and Jeremy Nelson. She collaborates with Elisa Vassena on the choreographic duo SALSAROSA which has performed throughout Europe. Stella is also an early years movement leader often working with children with special needs.
Anders is a British/Swedish, dance artist, choreographer and visual artist. After completing a Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, Anders went on to a degree at London Contemporary Dance School. They graduated in 2014 and became postgraduate apprentice with Tilted Productions, then joining the cast of Maresa Von Stockert's promenade piece, Belonging(s) (2015-2017). They have also worked with Lea Anderson, Requardt & Rosenberg, Humanah Productions, Wayne Parsons, Kasia Witek and Jose Agudo.
Tora Hed is a performer and dance artist from Sweden, based in Leeds since 2012. She graduated from Northern School of Contemporary Dance in 2015 and received the Carolyn Woolridge Outstanding Performance Award. Tora explores physical and emotional states in her practice and generates new spaces for imagination. Tora has made works from solo to extended pieces, collaborated with other dance, music and filmmakers across the UK and Europe.
Composer, improviser, guitarist, producer and interdisciplinary artist Alex Roth has been described as "one of contemporary music’s most innovative and impressive talents" (musicOMH). His work encompasses solo, chamber, choral and orchestral concert music, dance and theatre scores and sound installations, alongside touring and recording with numerous bands.
Alice Purton is a London-based cellist, who is much in demand as a chamber musician, contemporary music performer and improviser. Alice completed her Masters in Performance at the Royal College of Music in 2010, where she was taught by Melissa Phelps. Before this Alice studied with Karine Georgian and Raphael Wallfisch whilst she completed the prestigious Joint Course between the Royal Northern College of Music and the University of Manchester.