Federica Angelozzi
Federica has studied and worked with the likes of Marisa Ragazzo, Omid Ighani, Gus, Madonna, Jared Grimes, Milo Levell, Tony Stone, Caterina Felicioni, and Mauro Astolfi. In 1997,together with Sabatino D'Eustacchio, she founded the group Extralarge who won 1st place in the national championship Ballando Ballando (for 2 years), 1st place at Federfunk, 1°Fiaf, and 9th at the world championship in Tour. She has also worked with Carla Fracci, Arabella and Daniel Ezralow, Gheorghe Iancu, Alessandro Riga, Oplas, and Spellbound Dance Company for the "Festival di Todi et Cividale." As a choreographer, she has won numerous contests, including "Best Choreography" at Dancexperience. Her choreography credits also include Ostro by the Botega theater compy, Verdi in Pisa, and Ambra Jovinelli in Rome. She is an instructor at the Opus Ballet school directed by Rosanna Brocanello and Daniel Tinazzi in Italy.

Sabatino D’Eustacchio
Sabatino amassed his dance technique in LA studying Hip-Hop and jazz. Upon returning to Italy, he became a Dancer in the show "Amores" by Vittoria Ottolenghi and Vittoria Cappelli. Other dance credits include Omid Project Theatre choreography by Marisa Ragazzo, as a soloist in the show L'amour et son Amour during the Todi Arte Festival, the dance company Teatro Koros of Massimo Morricone, co-founder of Extralarge dance company with Federica Angelozzi, and Italian National Hip-Hop Soloist Champion. On TV, you can see him as the lead on "Amici di Maria de Filippi." He teaches Hip-Hop at the Accademia TV dance, founded by Daniele Cipriani, together with other teachers like Bill Goodson, N'Mvula Sulgani, Tosca, Fabrizio Mainini, Franco Miseria, Claudio Insegno and many others who aim to provide complete training for show business.