Dancers

        Frank Leone

Frank Leone was born and raised in Westchester, New York. He began dancing at age 16 at his hometown studio. After two years, Frank attended Point Park University where he obtained a BA in dance with duel concentration in jazz and modern. While at school, he had opportunity to perform works by Bill T. Jones, Ohad Naharin, Randy Duncan, Terrence Marling, Dwight Rhoden and many more. After graduation, Frank joined Norwegian Cruise Lines as a production dancer. Frank now resides in NY and will be joining shawnbibledanceco. this upcoming season. Peace and love always.

   Bianca Delli Priscoli

Bianca Delli Priscoli is from Salerno, Italy. She began her dance training at age six at Artestudio in Salerno, where she graduated in 2012 in ballet, modern and contemporary dance. She currently enrolles at A.N.D.( Accademia Nazionale di Danza) in Rome. She came to New York in 2014 and she successfully completed the independent study programme at the Ailey School. She also received scholarships from Dance Theatre of Harlem, Dance Haus Susanna Belerami in Milan, M.A.C. in Rome. She performed works by Adriana Borriello, Robert Garland, Dionne Figgins, Darryl Quinton and Judinne Somerville. She is currently a member of Artestudio Dance Company by Loredana Mutalipassi in Salerno. She has danced for Forza Malizia dance Company, Long Island Ballet Theatre and Bianca Falco/Labilab Company. She joined Saya Spring Dance Theatre in 2015.

 Boonyarith           Pankamdech

Boonyarith graduated from Assumption University of Thailand majoring in Computer Science. He had studied acting with ABAC Drama and started ballet training with Bangkok City Ballet. Then he joined Urban Bones Dance Company and performed in various musical productions with Dreambox such as Fame the musical. Boonyarith had trained with the Martha Graham School and he is currently training with Peridance Capezio Center on scholarship. Boonyarith is now a member of Coyote Dancers under the direction of Maher Benham and performed with many companies such as Merce Cunnungham Trust, Sans Limites Dance Company, BALAM and Sokolow Theatre Dance Ensemble.

    Ayaka Taniguchi

Ayaka Taniguchi, originally from Tokyo Japan, began her ballet trainig in1999 at age five at Studio Benus. She was privately trained by Luis Villanueva, a certified ABT® syllabus teacher who had worked with American Ballet Theatre and the Metropolitan Opera Company in New York. Ayaka studied Lester Horton Technique with Mitsue Miyake at Hop Dance Arts Entertainment in Tokyo in 2012. She enrolled at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater School as a scholarship student in 2013. Ayaka performed Ailey's Extension's Voices & Visions under the direction of Manuel Vignoulle, Park Avenue Armory Gala Press working with Matthew Rushing at the Baryshnikov Arts Center in NYC, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Opening Gala at New York City Center choreographed by Hope Boyki, and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre Spirit Gala at the Lincoln Center choreographed by Carlos dos Santos. Ayaka's ballet appearances include the Pas de Duex and variations from Le Bayadere, Don Quixote, Paquita, Grand Pas Classique, La Corsaire, Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake and Carmen.