Professional Choreographers are regularly supported for the creation of New Contemporary Dance Works, led by Artistic Director Harriet Macauley.

Commissioned Choreographers from 2024 – 2025:

Harriet Macauley



Choreographer Harriet Macauley

Founder and Artistic Director of InDance International, Harriet is a London Born Performer Choreographer, Dancer and Emergent Dance Scholar. Harriet Macauley is the winner of numerous international awards for the creation of new choreography in England, Europe and Internationally. She has excelled professionally as a choreographer and dancer in Spain, Turkey, Denmark, Austria, Italy, Germany, Scotland, USA, Ireland, Canada, United Kingdom and Portugal. She has delivered and performed in 560 performances and festivals internationally. Her artistic interest lies in the rediscovery of the aesthetic intention and her choreographic works are an explosion of cultural identity, coupled with ethnicity. Her process of creative investigation strives to find truth and value with the use of stylistic and cultural movement forms which originate from identity. Her process in creation goes beyond the recreation of movement or shape, instead her practice is explored through a development of fertile art forms, which are explored through contrasting movement styles prevalent in popular, cultural and commercial dance of today.

ELisabeth Schilling



Choreographer Elisabeth Schilling

Elisabeth Schilling is a dancer and choreographer. In close collaboration with an international team and across various collaborations, she develops transdisciplinary projects between movement, design, visual arts and music, making the disciplines dance among themselves and with each other. She is Artist in Residence at Trifolion Echternach and Associate Artist at Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg. Elisabeth has received numerous choreographic commissions from institutions such as the Grand Théâtre du Luxembourg and the Philharmonie Luxembourg, the Tate Gallery of Modern Art (London), the Museum of Applied Art (Frankfurt/Main), Gauthier Dance (Stuttgart), the Scottish Dance Theatre Creative Learning (Dundee), Boston Dance Theatre, amongst others. Moreover, her work was shown in many different venues and festivals including Saatchi Gallery, Whitechapel Gallery (London), MUDAM (Luxembourg), Kunstfest (Weimar), Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele (Ludwigsburg), Les Hivernales (Festival Off Avignon, Dance Live Festival (Aberdeen),  Hunterian Art Gallery (Glasgow) and The Place (London).
As a performer, Elisabeth regularly dances in international productions across Europe, in the UK, Finland, Norway, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany. She has worked with around 40 choreographers of all styles and generations and performed work by Scottish Dance Theatre, Sasha Waltz, Trisha Brown, Koen Augustijn, Clod Ensemble London… As a speaker, she was invited to talk at TEDx Luxembourg City and the #CultureIsNotALuxury conference, part of the British Art Show. 

TIM Rubel



Choreographer Tim Rubel

Tim Rubel is a San Francisco and Texas-based dance artist. He received his M.F.A. in Dance/Experimental Choreography from the University of California, Riverside. He has been on the dance faculties of several institutions including San Francisco State University, Mt. San Jacinto College, Alonzo King LINES Ballet and Dance Center and the Beijing Dance Festival in China. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Dance at Texas A&M International University in Laredo, Texas. His professional dance performance credits have included work with Fusionworks Dance Company in Providence, Rhode Island, Windhover Dance Company in Rockport, Massachusetts, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon, and in San Francisco with the David Herrera Performance Company, Leonora Lee Dance and Epiphany Dance Theatre to name a few. Additionally, his choreography has received support from the Zellerbach Family Foundation, Texas A&M International University, The Goethe Institut, the Checkpoint Charlie Foundation and has been presented on both U.S. coasts and abroad. In 2013 he became the first ever Artist-in-Residence at the Harvey Milk Center for the Arts, where Tim Rubel Human Shakes developed their evening-length work, Here and Then. His 2018 work ALIEN, in collaboration with Elisabeth Kindler-Abali of Germany, premiered in San Francisco and had subsequent performances at the Pfefferberg Theater in Berlin. His latest work with TRHS, The Culture of Love had it’s first iteration at Texas A&M International University in February of 2022.

RAul TAmez



Choreographer Raúl Támez

Winner of a Bessie Award in the category of outstanding choreographer in 2022; award given to the best of contemporary dance in New York, USA. Raúl is the first Mexican choreographer to have worked for the prestigious Limón Dance Company after José Limón himself. In 2017 and 2018 he was awarded two Auditorium Moons for the creation of the Mexico City International Contemporary Dance Festival. Guillermo Arriaga National Dance Prize 2016. He has a degree in contemporary dance from the National School of Classical and Contemporary Dance of INBAL and from the Rotterdam Dance Academy, Netherlands. He is a sociologist from UNAM and has a master’s degree in dance from Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom; carried out with the FINBA-CONACYT scholarship. He has created more than 30 works that have been presented in the best theaters in Mexico and abroad.
He has danced and presented his work in countries such as Spain, Holland, Cuba, Latvia, Lithuania, China, Slovenia, Sweden, Turkey, Japan, USA, Canada, Australia and Colombia. She has been part of companies such as IT Dansa, Le Jeune Ballet du Quebec, Aura Dance Theater, Eva Martz Dance Company and the Riga Chamber Ballet. She has performed repertoire by choreographers such as Jiry Kilyan, Sidi Larbi, Alexander Eckman, Rafael Bonachela, Wayne Mc Gregor, Ohad Naharin and Jasmin Vardimon.
In Mexico she has danced with important choreographers such as Tania Pérez Salas, Alicia Sanchez and Jaime Camarena. He was a member of the first generation of CEPRODAC dancers, a group in which he has also worked as a choreographer. Raúl has been a jury and curator in Mexico and abroad, and has obtained various awards, scholarships and recognitions. Along with Rodrigo González he is director of the Infinita Compañía and the Teatro Varsovia. He is a professor at the University of the Claustro de Sor Juana and a visiting professor at different Universities in Mexico and abroad.


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