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Dancers


Kamila Borowska

Kamila BorowskaKamila Borowska is a graduate of Warsaw Ballet School, Ballet Magnificat Trainee Program and Frederic Chopin Music University of Warsaw. Her stage experience includes cooperating with National Theaters of Ex Yugoslavia, Poland and United States. In the meantime she had the opportunity to be part of Folies Dance Company with large production Rock loves Chopin performed at Arena Di Verona in Italy. At the moment she works for Warsaw Dance Theater as a dancer and the choreographer`s assistant. Kamila Borowska got her master degree in pedagogy of ballet, therefore besides performing she is teaching ballet, modern dance and acrobatics. People of all ages, children and adults enjoy taking her classes and have been pushed to a new caliber in their dancing ability.

Joanna Drabik

Graduate of the Ballet School in Bytom (2007). Prizewinner of ballet competitions in Poland and abroad: 3rd Prize in XV Nationwide Dance Competition in Gdańsk (2007) and honorable mention during the VI Nationwide Ballet Competition in Szczecin, finalist of the dance competition in Rietii and winner of the 1st Prize at the choreographic competition in Bytom. Since 2007, she has been a dancer at the Polish National Ballet in Warsaw and the Warsaw Dance Theatre.

Anna Maria Karabela

Anna KarabelaGraduate of the Warsaw Ballet School. In 2005 she received first place in the National Dance Competition in Gdansk. She went on to study at the Rotterdam Dance Academy and Private Bruckner Universitat in Linz. In 2009, she graduated from an international program and the Dance Apprentice Network across Europe under the direction of: W. Forsythe, W. McGregor, F. Flamand and A. Preljocaj. She has performed in several productions, including: "Human Writes", "Equivalence"and "Hypothetical Streams" – The Forsythe Company, "A Nos Heros" – Ballet Preljocaj, "Les Metamorphoses du Louvre" – National Ballet de Marseille. She is currently an independent dancer, taking part in various projects and collaborating with several groups and companies throughout Europe, including: The Guest Company – "Paun" (Lyon), III Dance Theater – "Lace" (Bern), Paris-Cabaret Contemporaine "No West" (Paris). Since 2010 she is a member of the Warsaw Dance Theatre. 

Maria Kuchowicz

Maria KuchowiczGraduate of the National Ballet School in Łódź. She studied at the University in Austria – Bruckner Private University in Linz. During her studies she danced in post-graduate dance company x.IDA Dance Company (Linz), where she was working, among others, with: Cathrine Guerrin, Oleg Soulimenko, Rose Breuss, Frans Poelstra, Teresa Ranieri and Amy Raymond. In 2008, she received an annual grant from the Ministry of Culture and Art in Vienna (BMUK - Bundesministerium fur Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur / Vienna – Austria). In recent years she has worked in the Netherlands with such choreographers / directors as Nathalie Larquet, Bruno Caverna, Solid Ground Movement Company (Frascati Theater) and Cia. Willi Dorner. In the meantime, she gave workshops in Austria at Anton Bruckner Privat Universtät, the team x.IDA programs in the Netherlands, for the Rotterdam Dance Academy Codarts and Amsterdam Dance Center, Belgium Artesis Hoger Instituut voor Dans (Lier / Antverp (Belgium) and in Vilnius (Lithuania), in collaboration with Igor Podsiadły – dancer of the company Club Guy & Roni (Groningen / Netherlands). Since October 2012 she has been working with Aleksandra Dziurosz in Warsaw Dance Theatre.

Anna Lorenc

Graduate of the Ballet School in Bytom and Ballet Pedagogy Studies at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. She is currently a dancer at the Polish National Ballet in Warsaw and the Warsaw Dance Theatre. While in ballet school, she danced as a soloist in such a performances as: "Apollo Musagetes" (choreography by George's Balanchine) and Giocconda (choreography by Marius Petipa) in Praha, Heidelberg, Sandhausen, St.Pölten and at the National Opera in Warsaw in Jiří Kylián's "Petite Mort". Anna has participated in international and nationwide dance competitions in Lyon (2002), Brno (half-finals, 2003), Gdańsk (2003, 2005), Rietii (3rd Prize, 2004). Since 2008 she cooperate with the Warsaw Dance Theatre.

Anna Majder

Anna MajderGraduate of the National Ballet School in Bytom. In 2011 she graduated from Anton Bruckner Private University in Linz (Bachelor: Dance Pedagogy/Movement Analyzis, Master: Stage Dancer). She danced in x.IDA Dance Company (Linz), working with: Cathrine Guerrin, Oleg Soulimenko, Rose Breuss, Frans Poelstra, Teresa Ranieri, Amy Raymond and in Austria co-operating with: Christina Medina, Annika Luschin, Willi Dorner, Daniel Morales Perez, Christine Gaigg, Karl Schrainer. As a member of the D.ID/ Dance Identity (Oberwart/A) with Liz King she co-produced "Double bind" and "Sweet hearts". She was director of "Tanz gegen Gewalt" performance (Oberwatr). She was contemporary dance teacher at "Red Sapata" and "Perform Dance" dance schools. She was a lecturer at the Anton Bruckner Private University. Since 2011 she has danced at the Warsaw Dance Theatre.

Laura Murphy

laura murphyShe was born in a small town in Illinois, USA. Her movement training began with competitive gymnastics and continued until the age of 17.  After this Laura went on to receive a BA in Dance from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, where she had the opportunity to study with Simone Ferro, Janet Lily, Ed Burgess, Long Zhau, Luc Vanier, Ferne Yangyeitie Caulker-Bronson, André Tyson, and other esteemed guest artists such as Micheal Pink, Bill Young, and Elizabeth Johnson. Following graduation, Laura joined the Milwaukee-based Wild Space Dance Company, led by artistic director Deb Loewen, described as “daring and witty” by the New York Times. During her four full seasons with the company Laura helped to create and perform 12 new works, while also collaborating with other independent choreographers such as Sofi Askenazi, Dan Schuchart, Katie Sopoci, and Peggy Choy. Her own work has also been presented by Danceworks Studio Theater and the Madison Intercontinental Dance Festival. Laura has enjoyed teaching dance for the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee, Wild Space's Outreach Education Program,  Milwaukee Turner's Gymnastics, and independently devised workshops. She still participates in many workshops as a student like f.ex. in Austria where she attended Vienna's Impulstanz International Dance Festival and has improved her skills with Inaki Azpillaga and Benoit Lachambre.

Robert Bondara

Graduate of the Ballet School in Łódź (2002) and the Frederic Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw (Ballet Pedagogy Studies, 2007). He has collaborated with the Musical Theatre in Łódź and the National Theatre in Poznań. Since 2005, he has been a dancer at the Polish National Ballet in Warsaw, where he performed as a soloist in Jiří Kylián's "No More Play" and as Lenski in the ballet "Oniegin" by John Cranko. He is a prizewinner of Bronisława Niżyńska Choreographic Competition (Warsaw, 2008). He collaborates as a dancer with the Warsaw Dance Theatre.

Bartosz Zyśk

Graduate of the Warsaw Ballet School (2007). Since October 2007, he has been a dancer for the Polish National Ballet in Warsaw. Prizewinner of many awards and scholarships: scholarship from National Children Fund (2004), scholarship from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage for scholastic achievements in years 2005/2006 and 2006/2007, scholarship from the Prix de Lausanne Dance Competition in Switzerland (2007) and scholarship from the Academy of Classical Ballet in Monaco (V-VII, 2007), in the XIII Nationwide Dance Competition in Gdańsk (3rd Prize, 2003), in the XIV Nationwide Dance Competition in Gdańsk (2nd Prize, 2005), in Prix de Lausanne Dance Competition (2007), in the XV Nationwide Dance Competition in Gdańsk (1st Prize, 2007), in the VI Nationwide Ballet Competition in Szczecin (The Best Graduate of Ballet School in Poland 2007– honorable). Since 2008, he has been collaborating with the Warsaw Dance Theatre.