Steffen Fuchs is the ballet director and choreographer at Theater Koblenz. Since 2011, he has created both reinterpretations of classics such as “Giselle”, “Romeo and Juliet” and “The Seven Deadly Sins”, as well as symphonic ballets including “Korngold 2nd String Quartet” and “Sergei Rachmaninov Suite for Two Pianos”. He is also responsible for choreographies in theater and musical theater productions at the Theater Koblenz.

Fuchs first began choreographing in 1998. Since then, he has choreographed for the Leipzig Ballet, the Palucca School Dresden, the Palucca Dance Studio, Svenska Balettskolan Göteborg (Sweden), the TANZPLAN Dresden, and the Tanzfonds Heritage, as well as the state theaters in Gera (“The Last Journey of Robert Scott”), Cottbus (“Come, Sweet Death”), Nordhausen (“Romeo and Juliet” and “Sleeping Beauty”) and Koblenz. His work has been presented at festivals throughout Germany, Amsterdam, Zurich, the United States and Russia.

Fuchs completed his postgraduate studies at the Palucca School in Dresden, attaining a masterclass for choreography “with distinction”. Additionally, he received a scholarship as “International Choreographer in Residence” for the “American Dance Festival” at Duke University.

A native of Halle (Saale), he received his ballet education from 1984 to 1992 at the Staatliche Ballettschule Berlin. At the Leipzig Ballet, he danced as a soloist from 1992 to 2002.