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 ABOUT THE DANCERS 

Meet the 2019-2020 Company Members for Adele Myers and Dancers

For the 2019-2020 season Adele Myers and Dancers will be a commissioned company in residence at the South Miami Dade Cultural Arts Center. Scroll down to meet our members. Click here for information on additional company members of Adele Myers and Dancers for Repertory from 2008-2016.

Ivonne Batanero

Company Member 2017-2019

AMD Repertory: “Girls!Girls!Girls!” (2018), “The Stage Show” (2019)

Ivonne Batanero was born in Lima, Perú. Graduated from University of North Carolina School of the Arts in 2009. She is a two-time commission artist by Miami Light Project for their annual Here and Now Festival. She is currently working with Adele Myers and Dancers, WildBeast Collective, and Rosie Herrera Dance Theater as well as working on her community initiative Greedy Pumpkin Head Projects.

Loren Davidson

Company Member 2017-2019

AMD Repertory: “Girls!Girls!Girls!” (2018), “The Stage Show” (2019), “The Last Bird” (2020)

 

Loren Davidson is currently performing with Adele Myers and Dancers and Rosie Herrera Dance Theater in Miami, FL. She is also a Pilates instructor at Polestar Physical Therapy and Pilates Center. Ms. Davidson is passionate about developing rehabilitation and conditioning methods for dancers.

Britney Tokumoto

Company Member 2018-2019

AMD Repertory: “Girls!Girls!Girls!” (2018), “The Stage Show” (2019), “The Last Bird” (2020)

 

Britney Tokumoto is originally from Honolulu, Hawaii and trained at Mid Pacific School of the Arts in Honolulu. She received her BFA in Dance from Marymount Manhattan College in 2012. Britney has also attended Springboard Danse Montreal in 2017 and performed work by Shannon Gillen and Ryan Mason. In New York City she worked with Bare Dance Company, Colectivo Dos Zeta, Denisa Musilova, Schoen Movement Company, Steps Ensemble, and Tami Stronach. Britney is currently collaborating with Adele Myers and Dancers, Rosie Herrera Dance Theatre, and Ivonne Batanero (Greedy Pumpkin Head Projects).

Kashia Kancey

Company Apprentice 2019-2020

AMD Repertory: “The Stage Show” (2020), “The Last Bird” (2020)

Kashia Kancey is a Miami-born dancer, choreographer, performer, and artist, who earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in dance from New World School of the Arts. While at NWSA, Kashia has presented choreography on the Dancemakers: New Works series and has performed works choreographed by Robert Battle, Ohad Naharin, Paul Taylor, and others. A Spike Award recipient, she attended the American Dance Festival Summer Intensive. She has also choreographed several works for the Peter London Global Dance Company, including “Every day is February”, which premiered at the Adrienne Arsht Center in 2017. Kashia continues to pursue her professional career as a dancer and choreographer.

Cristina Moya-Palacios

Company Apprentice 2019-2020

AMD Repertory: “The Stage Show” (2020), “The Last Bird” (2020)

Cristina Moya-Palacios is a Venezuelan-born Miami-based dancer with a BFA from New World School of the Arts College. During her time at New World, she performed works by Robert Battle, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Ohad Naharin, and others. Her most recent professional work includes performing in Rosie Herrera Dance Theatre’s Tropical Depression and in Jamar Roberts’ The House of the Most Loved. In 2018 she was awarded the Marcia Kaplan Scholarship to attend the School at Jacob’s Pillow. In the future she hopes to collaborate with artists globally and absorb from every opportunity and experience that arises in order to continually further her development as a dancer.

Sydney Rabin

Company Apprentice 2019-2020

AMD Repertory: “The Stage Show” (2020), “The Last Bird” (2020)

Sydney Rabin was born in 1996 in Phoenix, Arizona. Her passion for dance led her to Miami, Florida to New World School of The Arts to receive her BFA degree in dance. While in school, Sydney was a part of works by various choreographers; Robert Battle, Mark Morris, Ohad Naharin. In January of 2018 she was also a part of “The House of the Most Loved” a show choreographed by Jamar Roberts and has also worked with him on several other projects. Immediately after graduating, she joined Peter London Global Dance Company, showcasing concert dance to Miami. Sydney’s future plans include exploring dance in both Europe and the U.S. while still finding her own voice through her own choreography.

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