Michael Jahoda is a teacher, dancer and choreographer from New York. He is currently based in both Boston USA and Amsterdam NL. He is the co-founder and creative force behind the Phillip Series. As a young dancer Jahoda received a full scholarship to the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center in New York City. He was a member of the Alvin Ailey Repertory Ensemble, a principal dancer with Jennifer Muller/the Works in NYC, and a long time company member of the Amsterdambased Anoukvandijkdc.
Michael teaches, gives workshops, and restages repertory internationally since 1989. He is currently on the guest faculty of Boston University and since 1993 a guest teacher at Codarts.
He was the Artistic Director and curator of the Gloucester New Arts Festival (MA/USA) in 2008, and is the founder and artistic director the White Box project, a Boston-based performance and collaboration initiative which was recently nominated for “Best Dance Troupe” in Boston by the Boston Phoenix magazine.
Michael Jahoda is the co-founder and creative force behind the Phillip Project