Jesse Obremski, a native New Yorker, graduated from LaGuardia High School and The Juilliard School, under the direction of Lawrence Rhodes, and with additional development at The School at Jacob’s Pillow with multiple years at The Ailey School, Earl Mosley’s Institute of the Arts, and Springboard Danse Montréal. Obremski, an Eagle Scout Rank recipient, Asian American Arts Alliance Jadin Wong Dance Awardee (2016), Interview En Lair’s “Dancer to Watch” (2017), and Dance Magazine’s March 2019 Dancer “On The Rise” has performed with Diversity of Dance, Brian Brooks Moving Company, Peter Stathas Dance, Kate Weare Company, as a company member with Lar Lubovitch Dance Company, Buglisi Dance Theatre, WHITE WAVE, and has performed ensemble, soloist, and principal roles with The Limón Dance Company. Obremski has had the honor to perform for the Obama family at the inaugural White House Dance Series as well as for the Olympic recognized FINA World Tournament 2019 in South Korea.
Obremski has taught nationally and internationally at The University of Hawaii at Manoa, Montclair State University, The University of Wyoming, Brigham Young University, Chosun University, Rambert Home Studio, LaGuardia Arts High School, Gibney, MOVE|NYC|, others and is on faculty for The Limón Foundation and Diversity of Dance. Obremski has assisted in the staging of José Limón’s “Missa Brevis” at The Juilliard School from 2015-2018 as well as staged Limón’s solo “Chaconne” on MOVE|NYC| in 2018 and The University of Wyoming in 2019.
Among his 30 works, Obremski’s choreography has been presented nationally and internationally at venues such as The New Prague Dance Festival, Detroit Dance City Festival, Battery Dance Festival, DUMBO Dance Festival (recipient of the DDF 2019 Choreographic Award), The Juilliard School’s Choreographic Honors Showcase, Gibney, The Ailey Citigroup Theater, and he has been commissioned for new creations by The University of Wyoming, Fort Hamilton Joffrey Academy, MOVE|NYC|, and repeatedly by Diversity of Dance, Sacred Heart University, and Brigham Young University. Obremski founded his company, Obremski/Works, in 2018 as another choreographic outlet which includes an emphasis on dance films. In 2019, his dance film “No Words” was selected and presented by HBO at Lincoln Center through The Dance Films Associations. Obremski also proudly serves on the Board of Diversity of Dance. Instagram: @Jesse_Obremski
Obremski was a guest artist with Gibney Company in 2018 and has been an Artistic Associate since 2019.