Emma Rosa, Cuban New Jersey native, is a professional dancer, choreographer, and teacher in various styles ranging from heels and hip hop to contemporary and tap. Emma is currently a backup dancer for popular Reggaeton artist Guaynaa and has also performed live and in music video with other popular Latin artists including El Alfa, Sech, and Chimbala. Emma’s live stage experience expands to performances with American music artists like Trey Songz, 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Todrick Hall, and VH1 Love & Hip Hop’s Mariah Lynn as well as Tayla Parx’s international We Need To Talk tour.
Emma was also a featured tap dancer and actress in Variety Life Production’s off-Broadway show Midsummer: A Shakespeareance and the Public Hotel’s sold out Carmen: To Havana and Back. She was recently a dance athlete for Nike’s Own The Floor campaign and has been a member of Maurice Chestnut’s tap company Dance Therapy, Theresa Stone’s contemporary fusion company AbstraKT BEINGS, and Shirlene Quigley’s heels crew Queendom.
Emma just completed her International Heels Expression Teaching Tour, traveling to 20 different cities including Paris, France, Milan, Italy, Monterrey, Mexico, and Manchester, UK. Right now, Emma teaches weekly sold-out classes at well-known NYC studios Brickhouse and SassClass and guest teaches at Peridance Center. She has also been a movement coach to emerging music artists including Mia Gladstone, Remi Lewis, Imani Rey, and more. Her main focus is to inspire movement expression for people of all levels and abilities through a focus on intuition, community-building, and unapologetic self-acceptance.