Klaudia Strzelczyk a dancer, dance pedagogue, choreographer, jury member of various dance competitions and founder of the Dance and Ballet School Le Pas.
She graduated with honours from Olga Sławska-Lipczyńska Ballet School and upon her graduation was also granted a prize named after the schools patroness. She danced at the Grand Theatre in Poznań and the Grand Theatre in Łódź, where she featured as a soloist as well as a demi-soloist (e.g. she played the main character in two ballets choreographed by Sławomir Woźniak Coppelia in Coppelia and Klara in the Nutcracker). She also danced Carmens variation from Carmen, choreographed by Alberto Alonso and presented at the Ballet Gala in the Grand Theatre in Łódź. She also performed in the repertoire performances of the Grand Theatre in Poznań and the Grand Theatre in Łódź such as: Swan Lake (chor. Kenneth Grave), Cinderella (chor. Giorgio Madia) in Poznań and The Promised Land (chor. Grey Veredon) and Don Quixote (chor. Aleksander Polubentsev) in Łódź.
She holds the scholarship of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage for outstanding artistic achievements. She also received a prestigious scholarship from the Ballet Foundation for her outstanding achievements as a young Polish dancer. She is the winner of the 1st prize at the International Young Dancers Competition in Gdańsk.
She works as a teacher of classical ballet, contemporary dance, jazz dance and acrobatic dance. She graduated from the Faculty of Choir Conducting, Church Music, Rhythmics and Dance at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw with a degree in Ballet Pedagogy. She also graduated from postgraduate studies at the Poznań School of Banking (specialisation: Organisation and Management of Education). In July 2019 she completed a series of courses for dance teachers at the Royal Academy of Dance in London. Currently, she is a student of Early School and Pre-School Pedagogy at the University of Social Sciences in Łódź.
In 2017, in Gniezno, she founded the Dance and Ballet School Le Pas, where she regularly creates ballet premieres. So far, Strzelczyk and her school team produced the following performances Premiere Ballet Gala (2017), Ad-hominem (2018), Don Quixote miniature (2018), in which she was responsible for choreography, directing, light design and music collage. As director of the Dance and Ballet School Le Pas, Strzelczyk cooperates with the Aleksander Fredro Theatre in Gniezno.
Since 2020 she also continues developing her authorial project called MovementStorm: https://www.facebook.com/movementstorm/.