Mr. Nirewicz is in great demand as a GUEST DANCER.
If you would like to book Mr. Nirewicz for the upcoming season please contact us at:
Phone: (001) 803-917-2796
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The Post and Courier
"...Lauren and Nirewicz brought a seldom seen confidence and unabashed panache to the stage."
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"....both pieces featured Norbert Nirewicz...His Jack Tar solo and his Pas de Deux in Wild Irish Rose, were charming and endearing. the choreography was greatly enhanced by Nirewicz' fine acting and stage presence, something that many of the other dancers need to develop as much as their technique ."
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"Norbert Nirewicz performed Tchaikovsky's Pas de Deux with confidence and flair. Nirewicz is a crowd pleaser and presented an impressive sequence of jumps and turns."
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Ballet guest Artist, Teacher, Choreographer
A native of Poland Norbert began his ballet studies at the National Ballet School in Gdansk. He was a finalist in Poland's national Ballet Competition in 1993 and obtained a silver medal in the same competition in 1995. As a Dancer for the Polish National Theater he portrayed roles in a variety of classical ballets such as"Swan Lake","Giselle","Sleeping Baeuty" and "La Fille Mal Gardee" in Warsaw and throughout Europe. In 1997 Mr. Nirewicz joined Ballet Classico de Camara in Venezuela, as a Principal Dancer adding "La Bayadere", "Le Corsaire"and many more to his repertoire. After Mr. Nirewicz competed at the 1998 US International Ballet Competition in Jackson, Mississippi, he was offered a contract to join Cleveland/San Jose Ballet. He performed with the company for two seasons in Nahat's "Blue Suede Shoes" and Roland Petit's "Carmen" garnering public and critical acclaim. In the Summer of 2000 Norbert competed in New York International Ballet Competition where he was a finalist. After two seasons with Cleveland/San Jose Ballet Mr. Nirewicz joined Columbia City Ballet with a Principal contract where he performed in "Don Quichote" and "Dracula" among the others.
Since 2002 Norbert has been working as a Free Lance Dancer, Teacher and Choreographer performing across United States Japan, Latin America and Europe adding many more ballets to his repertory such as "Apollo", "Who Cares", "Allegro Brilliante", "Combat", "Serenade", "Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux, "Romeo&Juliet" to name the few as well as taught numerous Master Classes, Company Classes and Summer Intensive Workshops through out the Country as well as created Award Winning choreographies for Ballet Companies and Dance Competitions.