Known as "babyson", Soria is the emblematic female figure of French break dance. Since meeting the Wanted Posse, she has participated in a number of artistic adventures with Kamel Ouali, Robbie William, Jimmy King, and Mariah Carey, among many others. Named the first-ever world champion Bgirl at the Battle of the Year in 2001, she took home the title of French champion Bgirl in 2012. Her skills, her technical prowess, and her incomparable sense of performance make her a unique, world-renowned artist. A symbol of femininity in hip-hop dance, she represents prestigious brands in their marketing campaigns, including Nike, Rexona, and Ecko Unlimited. Choreographer for Art Move Concept company with Mehdi Ouachek, she also dances for Accrorap company in "Opus 14".

Mehdi discovers break dance in the 90's. He joins the Infamous crew with which he wins numerous competitions. He developed a very personal and technical style, which led him to choreograph his first creation in 2009: "Authentic Utopia" with Bruce Chiefare. He is an innovator by his singular approach of the dance that he manages to create by mixing different universes. It is recognized for example to practice the Full effect, based on the illusion of a body moving around on the ground weightlessly, with delicacy, fluidity, and precision.
In 2006 and 2007, he worked with the Beijing Circus and at the National Ballet of Florence.
In 2012, he collaborated with Andrés Marín and Kader Attou in the creation of Yatra as part of the Biennale d’art Flamenco at Chaillot. He was also Kader Attou’s assistant choreographer for the company Accrorap, in particular for its productions "The Roots", "Opus 14", "Un break à Mozart" and "Allegria".

A complete dancer, Kevin Mischel was trained by Bruno “Pop N Taco” Falcon, former artistic consultant to Michael Jackson.
Specializing in Popping, Hip-Hop, and Abstract, he has collaborated with many French and foreign choreographers, such as Dominique Boivin, Misook Séo, Jérémie Belingard, Monica Casadei, and Hiroaki Umeda. He was also a solo dancer for Patricia Kaas in her concert Kaas chante Piaf. He has always tried to maintain some freedom in his dance, blending diverse styles and inspirations by working with dancers and choreographers of all origins. In 2012, he met choreographer Kader Attou, with whom he has collaborated for the shows The Roots, Opus 14, and Un Break à Mozart with the company Accrorap. He then met Soria Rem and Mehdi Ouachek of the company Art Move Concept, for which he danced in Nibiru. Dancing in partnership with Si’mhamed Benhalima since 2011, he performed in Existe, choreographed by Benhalima. Together, they founded the company Drive in 2016 and co-choreographed the show Soi, which marked the beginning of a long and fruitful collaboration. Meanwhile, Kevin Mischel is also launching a career as a film actor; most notably, he played leading roles in the films Divines, Bâtarde, and Break.

Simhamed Benhalima is a unique choreographer in the dance world. Coming from the first generation of the Hip-Hop culture in France, member of the groups Vagabond Crew, Boogie Lockers and Divison Alpha (for many creations and battles), he has also danced for Cie Malka, Cie Nasser Martin-Gousset, Misook Séo, and 18 years old with José Montalvo and Dominique Hervieu. He then joined Accrorap company of Kader Attou in the pieces Gorecki, Un break à Mozart, Douar and Opus 14, as well as the company Art Move Concept of Soria Rem and Mehdi Ouachek in Nibiru and Anopas. He founded the company Existe in 2011 and created his first show of the same name. He then founded the company Drive in 2016, in collaboration with Kevin Mischel with whom he choreographed Soi. On the cinematographic level, Simhamed appears in the film The city of dance by Thierry Teston, dances in duet with Kevin Mischel on the film Batârde by Houda Benyamina and in 2017, he was chosen to choreograph the dancers of the film Break by Marc Fouchard. Simhamed has always been evolving his dance and putting his body on the line between order and disorder, line and roundness. He puts his dance into play according to his personal history, according to the places he passes through, multiplying his capacity for interpretation according to the choreographies. His elegant dance, spiced with virtuosity, questions mentalities and cultures, in search of universal movement. All this enrichment has made him a polymorphic, hybrid dancer, passing from one touch to another in search of a new aestheticism.

An exceptional dancer, Bruce is a model of originality and a consummate performer. A 2001 breakdance world champion with his group Wanted Posse, he then joined the companies Kafig, Accrorap, and Art Move Concept. A longtime friend of Mehdi Ouachek, the two performed a duo titled Authentique utopie in 2009. His subtle way of distorting breakdance makes him an avant-gardist in terms of his sensitivity and fluidity on the floor.

A self-taught Russian dancer, Artëm Orlov comes from Ekaterinburg in the Ural Mountains, at the border of Europe and Asia. He was seized by a passion for dance when he discovered breakdancing. He specializes in footwork. The victor in numerous battles in France and internationally, he settled in France in 2009.
He first joined the company S’Poart, then danced for choreographers Amine Boussa, Mathieu Furgé, Babacar Cissé, and Kader Attou, before joining Soria and Mehdi for Nibiru in 2013, then Exit in 2017 and Fli in 2018. In 2018, he founded his own company, Rodina, and choreographed his first piece, À l’intérieur de chez moi.

Jackson Ntcham is a breakdancer specializing in power moves. He initially drew notice in the battle world with Phase T and Infamous Crew, winning a number of international competitions. His technical skill and natural performance style caught the attention of choreographers like Soria and Mehdi, Christine Coudun, and Kader Attou. He joined Art Move Concept in 2013 with Nibiru, then performed in Exit in 2017 andFli in 2018. He has also danced in Black Blanc Beur’s Chroniques du périmètre and, with Accrorap, Opus 14, Un break à Mozart, and Allegria. Jackson also teaches hip-hop dance to the younger generation.

Erwan has belonged to Art Move Concept since 2010.
A well-known and versatile artist, he excels in a variety of disciplines from breakdance to abstract, including circus arts, tightrope walking, and acrobatics. His skills and determination have made him a leading light in major companies such as Accrorap (The Roots), Kafig (Yo Gee Ti), and Seo Dance Company (Contrastes).

Manon is a contemporary dancer who started with classical dance and jazz. Curious, Manon then discovers Hip-Hop dance and develops a hybrid style by feeding on all her experiences. Her dance is generous, passionate and open to the world. She works with Art Move Concept company since 2018 and Hervé Koubi company since 2019.

Inès was trained as a balancing circus artist in Japan and then at the Circus School of Quebec. Rich in circus experiences, she also worked at the theater with Stéphane Hillel and Karim Bel Kacem. Her dance practice is inspired by her travels, her tours, but also her childhood spent with her musician mother at Cirque du Soleil.

Originally from Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Lucie trained in classical dance and contemporary dance from an early age. She was noticed in 2007 by Monique Loudière, and joined the Ecole Supérieur de Danse de Cannes Rosella Hightower. The productions Lucie danced in include Step in the Street by Martha Graham, Opus 14 by Jean-Christophe Maillot and Petite Symphonie by David Bonbana. Lucie has also collaborated with numerous choreographers, such as Caroline Carlson in Water Born, Eliezer DiBritto in Wunderblock, Amala Dianor in The Falling Stardust, and Antonio Ceresia in Quand les Mots Prennent Vite. While training, she undertook internships in major troupes, including Les Ballets Béjard Lausanne and Jean-Christophe Maillot’s Les Ballets Monte Carlo. Lucie obtained a national diploma as a professional dancer (DNSP) in 2011. From 2012 to 2016, she worked with the choreographer José Montalvo at the Théâtre National de Chaillot before dancing at the Opéra de Paris. Lucie has also supported more independent productions, such as Simhamed Benhalima’s Le Van d’un Dernier Eté.