Iris Borras

Iris is a mover and a visual artist from Barcelona. She started in the dance academy Ramon Solé in Barcelona and continued Institut del Teatre in Barcelona. After graduating she joined VERVE, the Postgraduate Performance Company of the Northern School of Contemporary Dance, where she toured through Europe new creations by Efrosini Protopapa, Renaud Wiser, Athina Vahla and Anton Lachky.

She has toured internationallly, performing in ‘Cul de sac’ by Kor’sia Dance, ‘The Flock’ by Roser López Espinosa (Producció Nacional de Dansa 2018), ‘Many’ by Thomas Noone (Producció Nacional de Dansa 2018), ‘The disappearing act’ by Renaud Wiser Dance, ‘Glitch’ by Patricia Okenawa, ‘OBC Dances Ravel’ under the direction of Antonio Ruz (and Zoi Tsokanov with the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra) and ‘Nightingale’ by Ana Borrosa.

Iris is one of the creators of The Pink House Festival, a multidisciplinary festial focused on scenic arts in a rural environtment (Abbeville-Saint-Lucien, France). She has also choreographed and performed in few music videos and is also a collaborator in MicroMacro&Friends with the piece “Rambling’s gonna be the death of me”.

She is deeply interested in creativity and in the use of different artistic medium (ranging from the movement of the body to drawing, painting and woodburning) and has been involved in several educative projects. She looks forward to keep on researching on tools to develop creativity and making a positive impact in society. In Autumn 2020, Iris will create her first visuals for RCD's next full length production, which will premiere in 2021.

Iris joined RCD in 2017, as an original dancer in At the end we begin. Since then, she has been an original cast member in Still Touch (2019-20).

Sharol Mackenzie 

Sharol’s first experience of dance was in her birthplace Swaziland. Moving to England in 2005, she soon obtained a place with Swindon Dance CAT scheme and later joined Na- tional Youth Dance Company in 2012.

Her contemporary dance training progressed and she graduated from Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance with a first- class honours degree in 2017. Upon graduat- ing from Rambert she worked on short projects with Arielle Smith Dance, Richard Chappell and Mark Bruce before joining VERVE, the Postgraduate Performance Company of the Northern School of Contemporary Dance (2017-2018). With whom she performed works by Matthew Robinson, Lenka Vagnerova, Hannes Langolf and Sita Ostheimer on a Na- tional and European tour.

Since finishing VERVE Sharol has toured nationally in  Matthew Bournes: Romeo and Juliet and Mark Bruce Com- pany’s: Return to Heaven.

Sharol has collaborated with of RCD since 2017, performing in tours of At the end we begin (2018-19) and as an original cast member of  Still Touch (2017-19).  In 2020, Sharol will feature in RCD's film Present With Me.

Francesco Migliaccio

Francesco Migliaccio is originally from Naples, Italy. In 2013 he moved to London in order to train at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, graduating in 2016 with a First Class honours degree. In 2018 he completed the Master of Arts in Contemporary Dance at London Contemporary Dance School with Distinction. At Trinity Laban he had the opportunity to work with choreographers such as Zoi Dimitriou, Gary Clarke, Kerry Nicholls and Valerie Preston-Dunlop. Furthermore he attended work experience placements with Theo Clinkard, Limón Dance Company, Batsheva Ensemble, Phoenix Dance Theatre, and Candoco Dance Company.During his second academic year Francesco was selected by the BBC for the filming of the documentary “Dance Rebels: A Story of Modern Dance”; where he performed works by Wayne McGregor and Lea Anderson. In the same year he choreographed for the exhibition Spaces, Contexts, Habitats at Palazzo Biscari in Catania. 

In 2016, Francesco performed in Tanhaüsser choreographed by Jasmin Vardimon at the Royal Opera House.Since graduating, Francesco has worked with James Wilton Dance, MoveMe, Jose Agudo, Sung-im Her, KDV Dance Ensemble in collaboration with Box Artists Management for the U.K. Music Video Awards, Richard Chappell Dance, Bastard Assignments, Susan Sentler, Antonio Branco & Riccardo Tarocco, The Waldorf Project and visual artists such as Susan Hefuna, Alexis Zelda-Stevens, Megan Broadmeadow, Eddie Peake, Hannah Perry, Pablo Bronstein, Andrea Canepa, Sylbee Kim, Andrea Galvani, Liz Glynn, Josiah McElheny and Joan Jonas. 

Francesco has worked closely with RCD since 2017, performing in tours of At the end we begin (2018-19) and as an original cast member in Still Touch (2019-20). 

Faye Stoeser

Faye Stoeser is a contemporary dancer based in London and trained at London Studio centre where she received First Class Honors Degree. She recently attained a First for her Masters with Rambert2. During Rambert 2, Faye worked with choreographers such as Benoit Swan Pouffer and Ohad Naharin and continues to work with Rambert as a guest artist. Faye is currently freelancing working with Richard Chappell Dance, Agudo Dance Company as well as working commercially with credits including Toyota, Vogue Italia, Selfridges, and Adobe. 

Alongside Faye's career in contemporary dance, she participates in the Ballroom Scene where she specialises in New Way Voguing. She has gained international recognition, winning many prizes, teaching and judging around the world as well as receiving the title of Princess of the Iconic House of Revlon.  

Faye has been a close collaborator of RCD since 2017, performing as an original cast member in At the end we begin (2017) and As Above, So Below (2019). In 2020, Faye joined the cast of Still Touch

Kennedy Junior Muntanga 

Kennedy Junior Muntanga is a movement artist born in Ndola, Zambia where he resided until he was 7. Moving to Leeds (UK), Kennedy's passion for movement came from his wholesome relationship between dance and music. The importance of dance and music was already embedded in him through his African heritage, which he began to study from the age of 12. Kennedy furthered his training and graduated in Ballet and Contemporary Dance at the Rambert School in July 2019. So far, he has worked for companies such as Phoenix Dance Theatre, Humanhood, Robert Cohan, Michael Keegan-Dolan, Alesandra Seutin & C. Raman Schlemmer. With a huge interest in choreography, Kennedy is the Artistic Director of company Kennedy Muntanga Dance Theatre.

In Autumn 2020, Kennedy started working with RCD on the companies new creation 2020-2021 creation.