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Adrian Navarro studied dance, dance pedagogy, arts management and dance studies in Mannheim (HfMudK), Hagen (FernUni), Hamburg (HfM), Berlin (FU), Paris (Paris VIII) and London (Royal Ballet School).
During his dance career he was with Aalto Ballett Theater Essen, the Gothenburg Opera Ballet, the Karlsruhe Ballet and the Royal Swedish Ballet in Stockholm.

Since 2011, he has increasingly pursued his passion for the origins of theatrical dance alongside his teaching activities, and in addition to his research, he also participates as a soloist and choreographer in historically informed dance and musical theatre productions at home and abroad. In 2018, he was nominated for the Jan Kiepura Award in Poland in the category "best classical dancer" for his performance in Armide at the Warsaw Chamber Opera, directed and choreographed by Deda Cristina Colonna.

In both the professional and recreational sector, Adrian Navarro currently teaches Classical Ballet, Ballet Conditioning and Baroque Dance at various dance studios in Berlin. He is also a lecturer for classical ballet in the training programmes of motion*s and teaches as well as music and dance history in the training programme of the Ballet Academy Hans Vogl. In addition, Adrian Navarro offers audition coaching for cadidates applying for vocational dance schools and is also a sought-after lecturer for workshops in classical ballet and baroque dance.

In his teaching, Adrian Navarro regularly evaluates his students' physical and dance potential in order to be able to continuously improve coordination, movement qualities and rhythmic abilities with the help of movement analysis and appropriate teaching strategies. That ensures that skills such as precision, sense of style and expressiveness are constantly challenged and promoted and enable a differentiated and sustainable development of the dancers' personalities.

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