Thomas Michael Voss is one of London's finest and most versatile choreographers and dance teachers. Fast, meticulous and creative. His multiple and diverse skills have earned him considerable respect and a fine reputation in the business leading to an Off West End Award nomination in 2015. Besides having received an award nomination for Best Choreographer for the Gilbert & Sullivan musical Princess Ida, Finborough Theatre, he has also received commissions to choreograph for major London festivals such as The Big Dance all across London, the Festival of Love at the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank and the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival. His latest work Quaestio has been chosen to be presented at Resolution Dance Festival 2017, The Place, Robin Howard Dance Theatre.
He works as well for Film, Music, Fashion, TV and Theatre.
Resolution 2017 is a prestigeous dance festival now in its 28th year. He will present his latest work Quaestio which deals with the topics of disability - bullying - stereotypical masculinity. The choreography can be seen on 1st February 2017, tickets will go on sale on 5th December.
Thomas Michael Voss choreographs for both the arts and the commercial sector. He draws from over 10 years of experience as a choreographer following an expansive and extensive international career of 14 years as a freelance dancer. Besides working for TV, Theatre, Movie, Fashion, Photography, Events and Music he also creates his own contemporary dance work.
Over the last two years alone he created the pieces: Quaestio, Pragma, Laterite, V7/15, Tierra Roja and Four Seasons Of Buenos Aires (Astor Piazzola).
Besides choreographing Thomas Michael Voss teaches all across London and gets regularly invited to hold Master Classes, Workshops and Seminars nationally and internationally. He recently held master classes at the UK's biggest dance event Move It at the ExCel Centre. He teaches regular classes for the London College of Music, Dance Attic Studios, Crisis Skylight Charity, Greenwich Dance and the Royal Academy of Dance.
Thomas Michael Voss was selected to train and teach for the Royal Academy of Dance as part of a scientific research programme investigating aspects of Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease and Dimentia as well as Depression which is part of the wider Dance For Lifelong Wellbeing programme in conjunction with Open Age at the Second Half Centre London. In the past he also was involved in a regeneration and integration programme for Tottenham Metropolitain Police.
Thomas Michael Voss is vastly experienced and works regularly with all age groups, abilities and backgrounds as a choreographer, movement director, performance coach, judge and dance teacher.
He is a staff member of the London College of Music, Musical Theatre, where he teaches all levels from the new Foundation Course to Third Years and has choreographed last years graduation shows which were Sondheim's 'Saturday Night' and 'Spelling Bee'.
Thomas Michael Voss is a contributing writer for LondonBoxOffice and he is an art critic for the Koestler Trust for prison art by convicts.
He will make his debut as Assistant Director with Gatsby later this year, which will be on at the Leicester Square Theatre.
Name: Thomas Michael Voss
Tel: +44 (0) 7939 461136