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Noah Wang (he/him/they/them) has felt a deep connection and love for movement ever since he could walk. Born in San Francisco, California, he began taking dance classes at his local studio at the age of three. A few years later he was offered a scholarship to the San Francisco Ballet School, through his public school’s outreach program. He trained in classical ballet there for nine years. He also studied at the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts (SOTA) for three years, where he trained in jazz, modern and contemporary. 


In 2016, Noah moved to New York City to attend The Juilliard School, graduating with a BFA in dance in 2020. At Juilliard, he had the honor to perform in works by John Higgenbotham, José Limón, Twyla Tharp, Peter Chu, Stephen Petronio and Martha Graham. In addition, he trained vocally with opera and Broadway singing coach, Badiene Magaziner. He has spent past summers participating in workshops with Netherlands Dans Theatre, Springboard Danse Montreal, and the Martha Graham School of Dance.


Since graduation, he has worked professionally with companies across the U.S., including Alonzo King LINES Ballet, Buglisi Dance Theatre and Peridance Contemporary Dance Company. In 2021 he premiered the dance film Breath is an Engine at the ODC Summer Dance Film Festival, which he both performed in and directed. Additionally, he created a duet in collaboration with Audrey Berger, entitled All That We Hold, which was part of the United States of Asian America Festival (USAAF) in San Francisco’s Chinatown. He is currently a performer with Sleep No More, created by Punchdrunk NYC. 

In 2022, Noah became certified trainer in the GYROTONIC® Method, and is a regular instructor at Kinespirit Riverside, located on the Upper West Side. Since his certification, he has enjoyed bringing what he has learned into his professional and personal life— enhancing his warm-up and cool-down routines, sharing with others the tools to find power, strength, mobility and rest in their own bodies, and discovering a deeper connection to his own spirituality and sense of inner peace.

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