Sandy Silva is an award-winning choreographer, producer, and internationally acclaimed pioneer of percussive dance. She draws from global percussive dance practices infusing them with movement, voice, theater and impeccable musicality. The result is a unique and powerful form of performance and storytelling. After 25 years of performing and teaching around the world, Sandy started the Migration Dance Film Project with award winning director Marlene Millar. Their films have screened internationally and won numerous awards. The migration Dance Film Project will incorporate 8 short films into a full length feature film to be released in 2020. She teaches music and rythmics to higher education students.