Steffen Fuchs

Ballet director and choreographer at the Koblenz Theatre

Steffen Fuchs was born in Halle/Saale. He received his dance training at the State Ballet School in Berlin. He danced as a soloist with the Leipzig Ballet under the direction of Uwe Scholz from 1992 to 2002, performing roles including Oberon in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and the title role in "The Firebird". He then completed his master's degree in choreography at the Palucca School of Dance in Dresden. 
Fuchs has worked as a choreographer and ballet master at various theatres and was International Choreographer in Residence for the AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL in 2007. His work "jamais" was funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation through the "TANZPLAN Deutschland" project. In 2013, the "TANZFONDS.Erbe" participated in the implementation of Fuchs' "Rachmaninoff: Suite for Two Pianos, No. 2" as part of the "Tausend Grüße" (Thousand Greetings) ballet evening. His choreographies have also been performed in Sweden, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Russia, China and the USA. 
Fuchs has been ballet director and choreographer at the Koblenz Theatre since 2011, making his debut with "Ridicule". Since then, he has been choreographing ballets such as "Swan Lake" for the ballet company as well as symphonic works to music by Bach and Adams, among others.
In addition to his choreographic work, Fuchs also frequently works as a dramaturge for various dance formats.