The acrobat, dancer and choreographer Matyáš Ramba started his professional career as an artistic gymnast. He participated in the European championships and even became the Czech champion in junior categories, yet at the age of 20, after sustaining several injuries, he abandoned gymnastics and began focusing on contemporary and street dance. In 2011, he was cast in the musical Quasimodo at the Hybernia theatre, following which he performed in musicals staged at the Kalich theatre in Prague.
In 2014, he co-founded the Losers Cirque Company, in whose first project, The Loser(s), he appeared. Matyáš has been involved in the contemporary circus group as a performer and creator alike. He has choreographed the production Collapse, and choreographed and directed the production Through the Air. Along with other Losers, he has performed as an acrobat in the National Theatre adaptations of the operas Billy Budd and L'amour des trois oranges.