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Sue Williams

Sue Williams is a prominent artist with a recognised body of work and an exhibition history of both solo and group shows on five continents. The work is both raw and accomplished; strong, charged and challenging in its links to contemporary lives and the sexualisation of western society.

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Marta Zollet

Marta Zollet trained at the Roman Academy Arte&Balletto and Accademia Isola Danza directed in Venice by Carolyn Carlson before becoming a permanent dancer in the Dance Ensemble Tanztheater Verena Weiss at the Luzerner Stadttheater. As a freelance dancer and assistant she has worked with choreographers including Virgilio Sieni, Alex Rigola and Michela Barasciutti.

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Ann Sholem

Ann Sholem is a creative producer and dance artist currently producing Wales Dance Platform, Cascade Dance Theatre and Throb. In 1983 she co-founded National Dance Company Wales with Roy Campbell-Moore and was its Artistic Director from 2008 to 2013. She was awarded Welsh Woman of the Year (Arts and Media) in 2007 and received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Theatre Critics of Wales in 2013.

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Pete M Wyer

Pete M. Wyer is a British composer who is interested in storytelling and innovation, his works frequently undertake narrative journeys that cover an eclectic range of styles and sounds. He is known for orchestral scores, opera, choral, ballet and jazz works and has written for the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Juilliard Academy, Royal Opera House, English National Ballet and the London Symphony Orchestra, as well as original work for BBC TV and BBC Radio 3.

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Rhian Edwards

Rhian Edwards is a multi-award winning poet. Her first collection of poems Clueless Dogs (Seren) won Wales Book of the Year 2013, the Roland Mathias Prize for Poetry 2013 and Wales Book of the Year People’s Choice 2013. It was also shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection 2012. Her pamphlet of poems Parade the Fib, (Tall-Lighthouse), was awarded the Poetry Book Society Choice for autumn 2008.

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Romain Guion

Romain Guion trained at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse in Paris before joining National Dance Company Wales. In 2013-2014, alongside his performing career, Romain assisted Alain Platel on the creation of "Coup Fatal" and collaborated with Koen Augustijnen on "Sehnsucht, limited edition" for the Oldenburgisches Staatstheater. In 2014-2015, Romain assisted Koen once more on "Dancing Bach", a production of the Konzert Theater Bern.

 

 

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Roy Campbell-Moore

Roy Campbell-Moore is a choreographer and dance photographer who has worked with Sue Williams for several years now, creating productions that integrate visual art with dance and music. He is passionate about investigating the drama of human condition and is intrigued by how space can be disrupted by placing artistic events in them in innovative formats. He is a former ballet dancer with Scottish Ballet and is the founder Artistic Director of National Dance Company Wales. He now works as a freelance creative producer, photographer and writer.