Meet Nathan Hirschaut
Nathan Hirschaut is a prolific dance and performance artist creating transcendent movement workshops, performances, and events. At the age of 16 he was awarded a 1st place prize at The Dance Awards National competition and at age of 17 he was accepted into The Juilliard School for dance, graduating with his BFA in 2020. Nathan has self-produced 12+ international dance performances and films and has been featured in The Washington Times, NPR, and the LA Post as a choreographer creating change.
Nathan has been commissioned by The Tannery World Dance and Cultural Center, has been awarded best professional screen dance at The Idaho Screen Dance film festival, has created new work at residency; The Choreographic Marathon with Maxine Heppner, and has taught at prestigious and community-based organizations including The Juilliard School, The 418 Project, DanceCenter, TWDCC, Nor Cal Dance Arts, Motion Pacific, and more.
He is a certified Kundalini Yoga instructor and has trained extensively as an educator for young artists through mentors, Francesca Harper, Yara Travieso, and Risa Steinburg. His mission is to use the power of dance for the organic freedom of all sentient beings.