Stephanie Hardy

Type(s) of dance: Contemporary, Salsa, Cuban folklore, Rumba, Ballroom dancing, Afro
Other talents: Model, Acting, Athletics
Height: 1.75
Eye color: BROWN
Hair color: BLACK

Stephanie Hardy López is a contemporary dancer, performer, and dance teacher. She graduated from the National School of Modern Dance of Cuba (2010-2014).
In 2014, she began to be part of Danza Contemporánea de Cuba (DCC), where she was promoted to 1st Dancer in 2018. In Contemporary Dance of Cuba, the dancers train in Classical Ballet, Contemporary and Modern Techniques; she also had the opportunity to participate in workshops with different artists such as Isael Matas (Flying Low), Jeanne Ruddi, first Dancer of the Martha Graham company (Modern dance), training in Classical Ballet. Also, she worked with celebrated choreographers who have different styles that contributed to her body language, for example, Theo Clinkard (England). The work with artistic director Lea Anderson ‘The loves of Mars and Venus’, where she took on this theatrical challenge with the character that was created through proposed images; there she valued how important interrelationship is in the arts; ‘Equilux’ by Fleur Darkin was a piece in which she had a close relationship with the choreographer who was sensitive to personal situations; Angels Margarit Capricis; Miguel Altunaga ‘Más allá del polvo’; George Céspedes ‘Mambo 3XXI’, Matria Etnocentra, Equation among other works that have developed in her body precision linked to attitude and projection. During her 10 years studying Contemporary Dance in Cuba, she performed on stages such as the National Auditorium of Mexico, Barbican Hall London, Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Theater (Russia), New York City Center, among others. She is also a catwalk model and has participated in photography workshops and in this way she has been able to obtain tools to be able to venture into commercials such as ADIDAS “The origin that unites us”, ” Vickys Chela”, “Papitas Lays”, among others. She continues working on her daily development with the aim of continuing to experiment with new creative spaces.