Aubre Hill is an international dance artist, choreographer, master teacher and the owner/director of Movement Art Space. Her training includes extensive years in Raks Sharqi Bellydance, Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Hiphop, Musical Theatre, Pilates, and Folk dance. This training helped develop a style original to Aubre's artistic voice, which gave her a place onstage with the Bellydance Superstars and countless other theatre and concert productions. Performing across Europe, Egypt, Asia, and North America, she has become one of the most sought after dance artists, including residences at the Folies Bergere, recent acclaimed guest artist for "Fuse the World" (a full dance production in Taipei, Taiwan), and her own show on the Discovery channel.
Aubre created the Lumina Dance Company after coming off tour and wishing to push the ideas and expectations of bellydance. This company has gone on to influence and change the scene of bellydance, and many of the company members have gone on to successful solo and group careers. She has produced a wide range of performances including "Sketches of Arabia," "Once Upon a Dream," "From Folk to Fusion," and "Noir Romantique" bringing together artists from different genres and backgrounds to express and explore various themes as well as the first Maghreb Weekend Intensive and was voted 2014's top promoter of the year. She is also a regular guest artist at Zulu Lounge, a quarterly event hosted by Zulu Tattoo to bring arts and social awareness together.
In balance with pushing the boundaries, Aubre continues to be a resource of traditional Arabic folk dance ("You must know the past in which you are building your future.") In the fall of 2011, she founded one of the first all Arabic folk dance companies in the United States, the Qabila Foundation, and she is commonly seen performing & teaching extreme fusion & expression along side tradition & historical culture. She is the owner and director of Movement Art Space and co-director of LA Raqs. Her technical finesse and emotive soul bring together the elements to move and inspire audiences around the world.