DANIEL FETECUA SOTO- Artistic Director

Daniel Fetecua Soto, Dancer, Teacher and Choreographer.
A native of Bogotà, Colombia holds a BFA from Folkwang-University of the Arts, Essen-Germany, and has appeared as guest artist in Pina Bausch’s masterpieces, Rite of Spring and Tannhäuser. Fetecua has been a soloist member of the Limon Dance Company for ten years (2006-2016) dancing main roles in Jose Limon's master pieces. Daniel has also danced works by Jiry Kilian, Susane Linke, Rodrigo Pederneiras/Grupo Corpo, Lar Luvovitch, Anna Sokolov, Doris Humphrey among others.
Mr. Fetecua is a master teacher of the Limon technique and reconstructor of Limon's repertory, faculty member of the Limon Institute and founder member of Limon4Kids program. Daniel Fetecua is the founder and artistic director of two dance companies: Pajarillo Pinta’o, a dance company that preserves and promotes the Colombian traditional dances through dance performance, workshops and classes and D-Moves, a contemporary dance project that combines Colombian traditions, Modern Dance and German TanzTheater. Daniel Fetecua is a longtime collaborator of Colombian composer and musician Pablo Mayor. Together, they have created "Amalgama", "El Barrio Project" and the educational residency Cumbia For Kids/Cumbia For All. Since 2008 has work with Native-Choreographer Rosalie Jones/Day Star for her work "Wolf: A Transformation", from whom Daniel has the rights to the piece for the performance, preservation and promotion. With Foundation La Espiral in Colombia, Daniel has create a training project of Limon technique and Limon repertory through workshops since 2009.

Daniel Fetecua is currently resident choreographer and board member of ID Studio Theatre a not-for-profit organization led by Colombian actor German Jaramillo. He is also a resident choreographer at Teatro SEA directed by Manuel Moran for which he has choreographed "Sueño"- a Caribbean take of Shakespeare Midsummer Night Dream and "La Gloria: A Latin Cabaret". For La Gloria, Fetecua recently won a HOLA award for Best Choreography. Other commissions include, the Connecticut Ballet and Opera Hispanica and Universidad Distrital of Bogotá.
Grants awards include Harlem Stage Fund for New Work and NALAC (National Association for Latino Arts and Culture) Funds for the Arts.

ANNA AMADEI - Managing Director
A native of Italy, Anna Amadei began her dance training at the age of nine. She studied ballet, yoga, jazz and contemporary dance for almost 15 years. In 2004, she graduated from the University of Bologna (Italy) with a BA in Communication and an MA in Performing Arts Management. For four years, she was responsible for international relations and tour coordination for Daniele Cipriani Entertainment
one of the most renewed performance managements of Italy with a special focus on dance.
During her tenure with Cipriani, she served as the Italian tour manager for the Martha Graham Dance Company, Limón Dance Company, Susanne Linke and Urs Dietrich, Inaki Urlezaga and Ballet Concierto (from Argentina), Companhia Portuguesa de Bailado Contemporaneo, among the others. She was also produced dance events, galas, and special events.
Since moving to the US, Anna has been working as Contract Manager and International Artist Representative for Elsie Management, performing arts management based in Brooklyn, NY and she also has returned to dance, performing with Pajarillo Pinta’o, directed by Daniel Fetecua Soto, her husband. Amadei is also the Managing director of the Company. She has also started performing Tango, her main focus in the past 9 years.