Daniel Ezralow (Co-Director/Choreographer) Mr. Ezralow began dancing while at UC Berkeley and in New York as a dancer with Lar Lubovitch, Paul Taylor and Pilobolus. He was one of the original dancer-choreographers of MOMIX, is a founding member of ISO Dance and has created original works for the Paris Opera Ballet, Hubbard Street Dance Company and Batsheva among many others. Mr. Ezralow choreographed Julie Taymor's "The Green Bird," on Broadway, Ron Howard's, film "Grinch" and "1998 Academy Awards" and "200Grammy Awards" for television. He has created music videos for Andrea Boccelli, U2, David Bowie, Sting and Ricky Martin. Mr. Ezralow is the recipient of The A.C.A. Innovators Award, and an EMMY AWARD for the PBS special" Episodes." He conceived and choreographed the award-winning dance special "Windows," shown extensively on BRAVO and is the subject for a new feature documentary film, exploring his solo multimedia show "MANDALA." Most recently Mr. Ezralow co-created and staged the PBS Great Performances special "Josh Groban In Concert" shown nationally and directed the MTV for the Josh Groban song, "Gira Con Me Questa Notte."

David Parsons is a recipient of the 2000 Dance Magazine Award, as well as the 2001 American Choreography Award. He has enjoyed a remarkable career as a performer, choreographer, teacher, director and producer of dance. Mr. Parsons was born in Chicago and raised in Kansas City. From 1978 to 1987, he was a leading dancer with The Paul Taylor Dance Company, where Mr. Taylor created many roles for him in works such as Arden Court, Last Look and Roses. On July 17, 1985, Mr. Parsons founded Parsons Dance with lighting designer Howell Binkley.

Mr. Parsons has created more than 70 works for Parsons Dance. He has received commissions over the years from The Paul Taylor Dance Company, The American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, the American Dance Festival, Jacobís Pillow, the Spoleto Festival and Het Muziektheater in Amsterdam. His work has been performed by Paris Opera Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, Nederlands Danse Theatre, National Ballet of Canada, Hubbard Street Dance and BatSheva Dance Company of Israel, among many others.

Moses Pendleton Moses Pendleton is the Artistic Director of the highly innovative dance/theater company, MOMIX. Concurrent with MOMIXís success, Pendleton has been an active performer and choreographer for other companies, including the Joffrey Ballet, Die Deutsche Oper, La Scala, and the Munich Staatsoper. In television and film, Pendletonís choreography appears in a wide array of creative endeavors, including FX II (1991), Too Late for Goodbyes (1984), Sesame Street, The Tonight Show and a special broadcast presentation of Pictures at an Exhibition, premiered by Charles Dutoit and the Montreal Symphony in 1991. White Widow, the much-admired vignette from MOMIX in Orbit, also appears in the 2003 Robert Altman film, The Company. In 2004, Pendleton dazzled Italian audiences as he choreographed twelve weeks of RAI-TVís number one rated live variety show, Fiorello. Pendletonís talents have also translated into choreography for music videos with Prince, Julian Lennon and Cathy Dennis, among others.

A recipient of the Connecticut Commission of the Artsí Covernorís Award in 1998, Pendleton went on to receive the Positano Choreographic Award in 1999 and an American Choreography Award in 2002 for his contributions to dance in film and television.

Missoni (Costume Design) Internationally acclaimed in the world of fashion design, Missoni gained cult status in the 60s and 70s with its rainbow colors and signature zigzag waves. The essential foundation of Missoni design is that colors and graphics take precedence, that patterns provide the dimensional quality and intrigue. Over the past five decades, Missoni has gathered numerous fashion awards including: in 1973 the Neiman Marcus Fashion Award, in 1990 the International Design Award from the Fashion Group International, in 1997 the Honorary Royal Designer for Industry in London, in 1999 the Dallas Historical Societys Stanley Award for lifetime achievement in fashion design. Missoni is among an elite group of designers who truly combine the worlds of Art and Culture with Fashion. Missonis debut in costume design was in 1983 for the production of Donizettis opera Lucia di Lammermoor at the La Scala Theatre in Milan. Other works include Africa for the opening of the 1990 World Soccer Championship and in 1994 Step Into My Dream for The Parsons Dance Company. In creating the costumes for AEROS we knit space-dyed stretch yarns in bright and vibrant colors to capture the speed of movement in the Energy and Fun themes; rich and soft colors to enhance the sensuality of movement in the Aesthetics and Magic elements of the show. (Luca Missoni)

TTG Music Lab (Music Composition and Arrangement) TTG Music Lab has been creating original scores for television, film, theatre, and dance since 1994. Geoff Bennett, Longo Hai and Ben Johannesen operate as a compositional team creating soundscapes for a wide range of artistic endeavours. In 2001 they won the award for "Best Original Music Score for a Program or Mini-Series" at the 16th Annual Gemini Awards, for their score for director David New's film Dinner At The Edge (Sienna Films). They received another Gemini nomination in 2002 for their work on Q Films' documentary series The Secret World of Gardens. Other recent soundtracks for film and television include: the documentary series Going To Extremes for National Geographic and Britain's Channel Four; the new HBO thriller Say Nothing starring William Baldwin and Nastassja Kinski; Sienna Films' award-winning feature New Waterford Girl; and three Nelvana series, George and Martha, Maggie and the Ferocious Beast, and Max and Ruby. TTG's current catalogue of CDs includes Music for Bipedal Movement, and AEROS, the original soundtrack of the 2001 U.S. tour.

Maria Fumea (Movement Coordinator) A native Romanian, Maria attended the Institute of Polytechnics and the College for Trainers in Bucharest. She performed as a rhythmic gymnast for 18 years, achieving first place in the National Championships in 1975. As an athlete, she was featured in several books on rhythmic gymnastics and workout published in Romania. Maria has worked as a coach and choreographer since 1983 and has worked with many famous gymnasts including Nadia Comaneci, Aurelia Dobre, Lavinia Milosovici and Gina Gogean. Presently, Maria acts as head coach of the national team of Sports Aerobics, which was founded in 1994 as part of the Romanian Federation of Gymnasts. Since 1995, the Romanian team has won 33 medals in 7 World Championships and 2 European Championship in all categories among them 13 gold. Maria has also worked as a choreographer in women's artistic gymnastics in Great Britain, Turkey and Greece. She has taken part in all of the World Championships as a judge since 1995. She was elected as a member of the European Commission of Sports Aerobics in October 1999. In November 2000, Maria was elected member of the Technical Committee of the FIG in Sports Aerobics.