Bruno Beltrão is a Brazilian choreographer who uses urban dance styles in the context of conceptual theatre and combines various influences, including hip hop, to form abstract choreographic landscapes. In 1996, he created the Grupo de Rua de Niterói with Rodrigo Bernardi, bringing hip hop dance out of the confines of its own definition. In 2001 the duet From Popping to Pop was Beltrão’s official debut in the contemporary dance scene and marked a turning point in his career. In 2001 he created Me and my choreographer in 63 and in that year Rodrigo Bernardi left the company and Beltrão took over running Grupo de Rua. Since then he has choreographed Too Legit to Quit (2002), Telesquat (2003), H2 (2005) and H3 (2008) and Inoah (2018).