Jon Beney (In)visible Dancing
Eryck Brahmania Border Tales
Patsy Browne-Hope (In)visible Dancing
Elisabetta d'Aloia Windows in Progress
Stephanie Dufresne Windows in Progress
Salah El Brogy Border Tales
Maria Fonseca (In)visible Dancing
Valentina Golfieri (In)visible Dancing
Thomas Goodwin (In)visible Dancing
Fania Grigoriou Windows in Progress
Carl Harrison Windows in Progress
Kenny Ho Border Tales
Anthar Kharana Border Tales
Chris Knight Windows in Progress
Stephen Moynihan Border Tales
Femi Oyewole Border Tales
Rachele Rapisardi (In)visible Dancing
Yuyu Rau Border Tales
Stuart Waters Border Tales
Matt Winston (In)visible Dancing
Hans de Kretzer
Born in Jesi, Italy, Luca graduated in Performing Arts at Bologna University. In 1995, he moved to London to complete his dance training at Laban. Since then Luca has worked with Maxine Doyle's First Person, Catherine Seymour Dance Company, Lea Anderson and The Featherstonehaughs, Rose's Thoughts, Bock & Vincenzi, Sarah Rubidge, Joanna Portolou, Ruth Segalis and Aletta Collins.
His choreography dates from 1997 when he co-founded Protein Dance. As Artistic Director he is known for idiosyncratic dance theatre work provoked by its deep connections with the everyday. His personality is stamped on large-scale cross-generational and participatory events including the world record-breaking Big Dance Class, Eat London (which won a Visit London Gold Award) and Big World Dance 2010, both of which took place in Trafalgar Square. He has created full-length intergenerational productions in Valenciennes, Athens, Barcelona, Greenwich and Turn; and has taught and presented Protein’s participatory work at schools and conferences in Singapore, Spain and Italy.
In addition to his work for Protein, Luca has created work for the Royal Opera House, Transitions Dance Company, CandoCo, Bare Bones, Intoto, From Here To Maturity, Company of Elders at Sadler’s Wells, Sankalpalm and HeadSpace Dance. Theatre and opera credits include work for English National Opera, Theatre Rites, Royal Court Theatre, Duckie and Youth Music Theatre UK. He has won a Jerwood Choreography Award, a Bonnie Bird New Choreography Award and The Place Prize 2006 Audience Award and was one of the first recipients of a Rayne Fellowship for Choreographers (2006). In 2012 Luca and Protein were presented with a New Connections Award by the British Council in Italy for the valuable contribution made in developing closer relations between the UK and Italy.
He is a Work Place artist, a modul-dance Artist and Associate Artist at DanceXchange.