Noah Hellwig, dancer

Performing in Armide, Queen Christina, Impeded Love and Don Juan.

Noah Hellwig comes from Stockholm, where he started his dance education in 2000 at the Royal Swedish Ballet School. In 2010 he received a BA (Hons) degree in Professional Dance & Performance from Central School of Ballet. Noah has danced with Ballet Ireland in Romeo & Juliet (2010 and 2012), Scheherazade (2011) and Cinderella – After the ball (2013). He took part in the collaboration between Nordic Baroque Dancers and Compagnie l’Eventail at Drottningholms Slottsteater in 2011, danced in Julius Caesar at Folkoperan in 2012 and performed Renaud in Renaud et Armide with Compagnie l’Eventail at Opéra de Versailles and Opéra Comique de Paris in 2012. During 2013 and 2014 he danced in several productions with Pasodos Dance Company, Weld Company, Nomo Daco, Theater Lüneburg and with Nordic Baroque Dancers in Impeded Love by Ivo Cramér. In 2010 Noah received both the Central School Award for Choreography and Ballet Central Award. He was also he first prize-winner at Central Friends Trust Awards, with a solo of his own. Noah is currently studying for a Master’s degree in choreography at the University College of Dance and Circus in Stockholm.