Prof. Aleksandra Dziurosz, PhD

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Dancer, choreographer, teacher of contemporary dance, stage movement and improvisation. She holds a PhD in dance, is a professor at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, a qualified culture manager and the originator and director of Warsaw Dance Theatre, as well as the director of Warsaw Dance Days, International Festival of Contemporary Dance. International Contemporary Dance Festival, and artistic director of the Chopin University Dance Company.

She graduated from the Ludomir Różycki State Ballet School in Bytom, the Ballet Pedagogy at the Academy of Music in Warsaw and completed postgraduate studies in culture management at the Warsaw School of Economics.

Choreographer of dance performances and creator of stage movement in theater and opera productions. She has created for Polish Dance Theatre, Kielce Dance Theatre, Warsaw Chamber Opera, Prague Chamber Ballet (Czech Republic), United Movement (Switzerland), Conservatorio Profesional de Danza in Seville (Spain).

Jury member of national and international dance and choreography competitions. Member of the Polish Choreological Forum, Union of Polish Stage Artists ZASP and the Association of Authors ZAiKS.
Three times scholarship holder of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, twice scholarship holder of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. A scholarship holder of the Swiss Rectors’ Conference.

Winner of the group 1st degree Rector’s Award of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music (2017) and twice individual 2nd degree (2012, 2017), Choreographic Award of the Director of the Polish Dance Theatre – Ewa Wycichowska (2005) and the main award of The Best of Solo Performance at SzólóDuó Festival in Budapest (2009).

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