Carlos Garbin (Brazil, 1980) began his career in 1998 at Companhia Municipal de Dança de Caxias do Sul. At the same time, he worked as a choreographer with local children for the social art project BPM - Batidas Por Minuto. In 2004, Carlos moved to Brussels, where he graduated from P.A.R.T.S. in 2008. While training there, he taught dance at Dancingkids. Carlos Garbin joined Rosas for the creation of The Song (2009). He then danced in En Atendant (2010), Cesena (2011), Drumming (2012), Vortex Temporum (2013), Twice (2013), Work/Travail/Arbeid (2015), Golden Hours (as you like it) (2015), and The Six Brandenburg Concertos (2018). Carlos also took part in the museum-based projects Dark Red Research Project (2020) and Dark Red - Kolumba (2020); and was artistic assistant on Mitten wir im Leben sind/Bach6CelloSuiten (2016) and the opera Così fan tutte. Besides Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker/Rosas, Carlos has also collaborated on productions by other artists, in particular David Zambrano (Soul Project, 2006), Gabel Eiben (30 Something, 2020) and Lara Barsacq (Fruit Tree, 2021). Carlos Garbin has played country blues guitar for more than 10 years. He has travelled to the United States several times to study and perform. He has played guitar in many Rosas productions including The Song, Golden hours, Twice and Dark Red - Kolumba.