Mr. Radoslaw Kokoszka is a native of Wodzislaw Sl., Poland. He began his early ballet training as a boarding student at the Ludomir Rozycki Ballet School in Bytom, Poland . At age 13, he moved to the United States with his family, settling in Hamtramck, MI. He received numerous talent scholarships and trained at a number of prestigious professional ballet schools including: the Harid Conservatory (FLA), Boston Ballet (MA), Kirov Academy(Washington, DC) and the renowned School of American Ballet (New York), from which he graduated. Mr. Kokoszka was part of New York Choreographic Institute before dancing professionally for Carolina Ballet, Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, and the Suzanne Farrell Ballet, where he had the great honor of performing George Balanchine’s Don Quixote for the annual acclaimed Edinburgh Dance Festival in Scotland (2006). Kokoszka also taught and assisted at the Institute auf dem Rosenberg in St. Gallen, Switzerland for an annual Ronsenberg Ball (fall 2011). Kokoszka has trained and performed alongside the world’s greatest talents, and is excited to be part of Reformation dance this 2018/19season.