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Gosia Mielech is a multifaceted artist, distinguished as a dancer, choreographer, dance educator, movement director, and Gaga teacher. A graduate of the Ballet School in Poznan, Poland, she brings a rich background as a former soloist of the Polish Dance Theatre. 

In her independent journey, Gosia has left an indelible mark, collaborating with renowned figures such as Ohad Naharin, Ivgi & Greben, and Isabelle Schad. Her artistic prowess has garnered recognition, including an artistic scholarship from the Ministry of Art and Cultural Heritage and the Emerging Artist Award in Poland. 

A driving force in the international dance scene, Gosia’s role as an ambassador for Polish independent dance was evident during her representation at the Internationale Tanzmesse nrw in Düsseldorf.  

Gosia’s creative endeavours include choreographing performances “Dangerously low on chocolate” for Emergence Dance Company in Manchester, UK, and “MOA” for Olsztyn Dance Theatre in Poland.  

Her choreographic piece, “FearLess,” received acclaim and was selected for the Polish Dance Platform in 2024. As a member of the Polish Dance Network, she toured with “FearLess” in 2020/2021.  

She founded DanceLab – an independent dance company in 2012. She choreographs and produces dance performances, which she presents worldwide, including: Miss Liberty, FearLess, Sababa, NILREB, Anonymous, I’mperfect 

Her collaborative spirit extends to the realms of drama and film, working with directors like Per-Olav Sørensen, Agnieszka Glińska, and Jan Komasa. 

Venturing into interdisciplinary art projects, Gosia has left an indelible mark in music videos, dance movies, and photo sessions. Her collaborations with musicians like Ray Wilson, Apparat, Dj An on Bast, and others highlight her ability to seamlessly integrate movement with diverse art forms. 

With a reach that spans Poland, Germany, France, Sweden, Norway, Brussels, New Zealand, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Israel, India, and Austria, Gosia is not only an artist but a cultural bridge.  

Her role as a guest teacher at renowned institutions such as the Scottish Dance Theatre, Regionteater Väst (Sweden), ilDance (Sweden), National Opera House in Warsaw, Bangkok City Ballet, Polish Dance Theatre, T.H.E Dance Company (Singapore), LASALLE College for the Arts (Singapore), New Zealand School of Dance, AST National Academy of Theatre Arts in Kraków, and others underscores her commitment to sharing her wealth of experience and expertise. In her relentless pursuit of artistic innovation, Gosia Mielech continues to shape the landscape of contemporary dance on a global scale. 

Beyond her contributions to the dance community, Gosia is the visionary founder of GoPiYoga, a unique movement form designed to cater to both dancers and non-dancers.  


Gosia’s Creative Process

Gosia uses a variety of artistic approaches to stimulate the creative process for herself and the artists she collaborates with.

Her work is solely based on experimental approach of expressing her vision of the world. She looks at the human body as a finely tuned instrument, capable of creating the unimaginable beauty.

She collaborates with the dancers, allowing them to elevate their skills, inviting them to dare to step into the unknown, to evolve and to feel included, seen, respected and challenged.

Her interests revolve around creating an alternative reality on stage, a universe that gives a chance to exhale deeper, to find some distance from the reality we create for ourselves on a daily basis. She’s inspired by the effect that primal emotions have on us, how they impact people’s life decisions, imprison people, and stop them from reaching their fullest potential.

Also, she picks up abstract ideas and turns them into something tangible and real. She inspires her dancers to express themselves in a total way, to be courageous, fearless, free and open minded.