Malgorzata Dzierzon Dance


Malgorzata has thought contemporary dance, ballet and choreographic workshops to students of ages and abilities for Rambert and English National Ballet Learning and Participation, Greenwich Dance Agency and as a guest teacher at the Place, Rambert School, Central School of Ballet and Danceworks among others. She was a teacher and a member of the jury at the Ballet Seminar in Brasilia in 2019 and taught at the 8th edition of the Summer School Den Haag. She created works for students at Rambert Summer School, Centre for Advanced Training in Ipswich and Manchester, CoGo at Pavilion Dance South West Bournemouth, INTOTO Dance at London Studio Centre, Central School of Ballet and for Roger Williams University (US).

She currently works as Contemporary Company Leader at the Royal Academy of Dance STEP INTO DANCE programme, as guest teacher at Central School of Ballet and as a guest tutor and consultant at Architectural Association School post graduate course in spatial design. Malgorzata is the Co-Director of the 2019 Dance Journeys for English National Ballet, a large-scale project for Sadler’s Wells main stage, involving fifty young dancers from North London schools, ENB Youth Company and accompanied by a live recording of seventy young musicians from the Royal College of Music Junior Department.


Upcoming teaching: Royal Academy of Dance Summer School, Trentino, Italy, 30th June- 13th July 2019



Sleepless was created for Ballet Central, Central School of Ballet's touring company.

The piece takes inspiration from the energy, physicality and the atmosphere of the undercover graffiti making.

Sleepless was presented on the UK tour until July 15th, 2017,  alongside classical ballet excerpts and repertoire by Christopher Bruce, Matthew Bourne and Jenna Lee among others.









Creative team:

Choreography: Malgorzata Dzierzon

Music: Philip Feeney

Costume deign: Dante Baylor

Lighting deign: Andy Murrell

Rehearsal Director: Elia Luyando

Ballet Central Artistic Director: Christopher Marney

Dancers: Adam Davis, Yusuke Kuroda, Brittanie Dillon   Image: Bill Cooper

Dancer:  Brittanie Dillon   Image: Bill Cooper

'A real frisson of subversion'

Jane Lambert, dance blogger

'Frenetic piece of fun'

Jan McNulty, dance blogger

'Edgy, urban'

Michael Gray, dance blogger


One in a Million - INTOTO DANCE, London One in a Million was created for INTOTO DANCE, a company of graduate contemporary dance students at London Studio Centre. The piece takes as a starting point the idea of Andy Warhol’s “assembly line effect”, the concept of re-producing an iconic image of a personality on a mass scale.
Aeon - CAT DanceEast, Ipswich Aeon was created for Level 5 Centre for Advanced Training students at the DanceEast in Ipswich. The word originally means “life” or “being” and the work is a short sketch, choreographic reflection on the cycles of life on Earth and on what makes species survive and develop- strength, beauty, group instincts, their ability to dominate and protect each other. 
OUR HOUSE - CAT The Lowry, Salford The work was created for the students at the Centre for Advanced Training at The Lowry, Manchester. Having visited a large collection of works by M.C. Escher I was fascinated by his symmetries, play with architecture, perspective and the impossible spaces. I wanted the choreography to evoke images from Escher’s work, such a never-ending spirals, morphing shapes, mirrored phrases and upwards floating rivers.