RMK is currently accepting CV submissions from performers for upcoming engagements.
If you're interested in working with the company, please send your info to email@example.com. If you are a dancer and would like to be seen, Robert teaches ongoing Sunday classes at LINES Dance Center at 10am.
Dancer & Rehearsal Director, KIN since 2006
Norma Fong began her training at Pacific Ballet Academy in Mountain View, CA. She also trained in classical Chinese folk dance and performed with the Chinese Performing Artists of America. She graduated from California Institute of the Arts in 2005 with a B.F.A. in Dance, Performance, and Choreography and went on to dance with Pasadena Dance Theatre. In San Francisco, she has had the opportunity to work with Shift>>> Physical Theater, Tanya Bello’s Project B, Margaret Jenkins Dance Company, and the Guangdong Modern Dance Company.
Dancer, KIN since 2012
Vincent Chavez was born in Albuquerque, NM, where he raised livestock, rode and broke horses. At age 17, he received dance training from Dance Theatre Southwest, Ballet Hispanico, Academy of Nevada Ballet Theatre and the LINES Ballet Training Program. From this training, education and experience, Vincent has had the opportunity to dance with many different projects and companies including New Mexico Ballet Company (2003-07), Nevada Ballet Theatre (2007-2011), Oakland Ballet Company and Dance Theatre of San Francisco.
Alivia "Liv" Schaffer
Dancer, KIN since 2017
Liv Schaffer is a multidisciplinary artist and educator based in the Bay Area. Liv graduated from Alonzo King LINES Ballet BFA Program at Dominican University of California in 2013 and spent subsequent seasons dancing with DanceWorks Chicago and AXIS Dance Company. Livembraces opportunity nationwide; developing integrative arts curriculum, educating dancers, performing, and creating choreographic commissions with organizations such as Jacob’s Pillow, Shawl Anderson Dance Center, Youth Art Exchange and Alonzo King LINES Ballet BFA & Summer Programs. Liv joined Robert Moses’ Kin in 2017.
Dancer, KIN since 2018
Cora Cliburn grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she studied and performed with Moving People Dance. She has trained with Alonzo King LINES Ballet, the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, and Modas Dance. Cora has been featured in works by Alex Ketley, Robert Sher-Machherndl and Carmen Rozestraten, and also dances with Post:Ballet, where she has performed in works by Robert Dekkers in San Francisco and at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival. She is pursuing a degree in Environmental Anthropology and Dance at Stanford University, and was chosen by DANCE Magazine as one of “25 to Watch,” 2016. Cora performed as a guest artist with Robert Moses' Kin in 2016 and is honored to join RMK for the 2018 home season.