Wieslaw Dudek is a Dance Artist and Pedagogue. Wieslaw graduated from the State Ballet School in Lodz in Poland and was awarded the prize for “Best Graduate of ballet schools in Poland” in 1996 awarded from Ballet Foundation in Szczecin. His stage works consists of numerous solo roles which he had the pleasure of creating during his professional career initially at the Great Theatre National Opera in Warsaw, then as the first soloist at the Great Theatre in Lodz.
He joined Stuttgart Ballet in Germany before moving to the Staatsballet Berlin as a soloist in the year 2003, where he continued his career for the next nine years as First Soloist. Wieslaw is an outstanding dance artist with a very rich artistic output, which was appreciated by numerous international choreographers such as M. Bejart, J. Neumeier, U. Scholz, K. MacMillan, J. Cranko. Particularly noteworthy and internationally recognised is his interpretation of Onegin in the choreography of J. Cranko. Wieslaw has collaborated with world-leading ballet ensembles, such as Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, Royal Opera in Stockholm. He has performed around the world, in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Canada, USA, Brazil, Japan, South Korea, China, France, Spain, Russia, Italy, Slovenia, Austria, Sweden, Greece and Poland.