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Konrad Stefański – dancer, teacher, choreographer. He graduated from the Feliks Parnell Ballet School in Łódź. He started his career in a musical theatre. He took part in musical productions in Western Europe, among others with Andrew LLoyd Webber or George Gershwin.

In 1999–2006 a soloist of the Polish Dance Theatre. He played in almost every performance of the Theatre, among others B@ttle between Carnival and Lent, Transss…, Tango with Lady M, …and I dance (choreography by Ewa Wycichowska), Wo-man in tomatoes (choreography by Yossi Berg) and Stop non stop (choreography by Paulina Wycichowska). In 2006 he created his first performance Drzewo in London. In the Swiss Luzerner Theater, managed by Verena Weiss, he created other choreographies: Ego (2008), Dziady (2009) and Das Hohelied (2010).

He made his debut as a teacher in International Contemporary Dance Workshops in Poznań. While in Switzerland, he worked in BALLETTSCHULE MARIA-PIA FORSTER and Tanzschule Tina Müller as a teacher of contemporary dance, improvisation technique as well as yoga (as its qualified instructor). In September 2011 he came back to the Polish Dance Theatre.

He studies theology at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. He is interested in psychology and philosophy.





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