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Norah Noush

Norah Noush, dancer and therapist of psychomotricity, started her dance career in Luxembourg with Jazz, Hip Hop and African dance. She enriched her knowledge over the years, through open classes and workshops around the world (BXL, LA, NY, Cali (CO), GE, FR. In 2018 she followed a one-year intensive dance training in Berlin.


She participated as a dancer in the project  "Blancontact"; a project integrating adults with disabilities, choreographed by Annick Pütz, Thierry Raymond and Giovanni Zazzera in 2018. She had the opportunity to be part of the piece "Creating Possibilities" lead by choreographer Eva Georgitsopoulou in Berlin in 2019. 


She performed for singers in concerts and music videos such as Papa Roach (USA), Isac Elliot (FI), Edsun (LU), Alfalfa (LU), Magnus & John (LU) and Them Lights (LU). Active as a choreographer for the duo "Alfalfa", she also worked as an assistant for the English singer "Starling", in the last music video production.

With her dance group (LX Team & WCompany) and other dancers from Luxembourg, she works on personal creations for live performance, concept videos, events/shows and commercial jobs, for example for UCVL (Union Commerciale de la Ville de Luxembourg).


Combining her knowledge in dance, gained in different countries and the dance industry, as well as with her know how as a somatic therapist, she regularly teaches dance classes and gives workshops; either to discover dance in an expressive and artistic way, as well as a well-being therapy and free movement exploration, called “Bodysoulflow”. She is also active in social and educative  projects like “TOTO”, a project created by the luxembourgish foundation “Up Foundation”. 


Currently, she is training and creating with the company "Birdgang" in London. In parallel, she works on small projects, mainly combining dance and video.


Her work is defined by personal and authentic research, for which urban, contemporary and commercial dance have established themselves as the bases of the dance.

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