Shannon Bramham

Originally from Virginia, Shannon graduated with her BFA in Dance Performance from East Carolina University. While in school, she had the opportunity to perform in works chosen to be part of the American College Dance Festival Association in 2006 and 2007. In 2007, her own choreography was selected to be shown at the American College Dance Festival Association Gala. She also had the chance to set her work on the South Dayton Dance Theatre in Dayton, OH. Shannon has taught at the Ann Catherine Cross School of Dance in Mechanicsville, VA, the Academy of Dance Arts in Winston-Salem, NC and currently teaches both adults and children at the Koresh School of Dance. Shannon joined Koresh Dance Company in 2008.

 

Micah Geyer

Raised in North Carolina, Micah started dancing at a young age with Nina's School of Dance in Durham. He later joined the North Carolina Youth Tap Ensemble under the direction of Gene Medler. During his career, he had the privilege to perform at the Kennedy Center and the Joyce Theater for Tap City, as well as tour throughout Europe and South America. He received his BFA in Dance Performance and Psychology from East Carolina University and joined Koresh Dance Company in 2007.

 

Tim Roberts

Tim Roberts has been teaching in the DC metro area for over 10 Years. His performance credits include national tours with 42nd Street, Cats and Jelly’s Last Jam. He also choreographed a duet which premiered on stage in the first annual Capitol Movement Project.

 

Yarden Raz

Yarden was born and raised in Rishon Le'-zion, Israel. She danced for the Boomer Dance Company as a teen. After serving in the Israeli Army she began to study and explore Gaga - a dance technique conceived by Ohad Naharin, the artistic director of The Batsheva Dance Company. She was very lucky to work in a couple projects with the The Batsheva Ensemble. Since Moving to New York City, she has danced with the Stefanie Nelson Dance Group, Oliver Steele, and has presented her own work at Triskelion Arts.

 

Kim Fox Knight

Kimberly Fox Knight is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University with a BM in Vocal Performance; Kim performed at local theater, theme parks and has various successful projects for Richmond artist. Kimberly released her first solo album in 2013 titled "Second Chances". Besides performing, Kimberly dedicates her evenings as a vocal coach at Mechanicsville Music Center.