Natalia Marie Rocamonde, a Miami native of Cuban heritage, is a multidisciplinary dance artist, choreographer, video editor, and dance educator exploring the intersections between art forms such as music, film, theater, and circus arts. She currently dances with Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami and is a member of Syncopate Collective. Natalia graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from New World School of the Arts (NWSA) in 2021 where she studied modern, ballet, and Afro-Caribbean dance. She is also a graduate of Ballet Etudes School of South Florida, where she obtained fundamental classical ballet education, and performed several full-length classical ballets. Natalia has had the opportunity to perform in festivals such as the Mauro Youth Arts Festival in Puerto Rico and the Merce Cunningham Centennial in New York City. Her choreography has been presented at the Pérez Art Museum Miami as part of the 2021 Miami DanceMakers Adele Myers and Dancers community engagement program, The Moss Center, the Miami Beach Bandshell, Miramar Cultural Center, and in various NWSA productions. Furthermore, Natalia’s most recent project of creating choreography for a musical by Ada de Luque, The Pirate’s Daughter, was presented at the Lehman Theater. Natalia’s extensive movement education and practice has led her to embodying and developing a holistic body vocabulary.