Ori Flomin is from Israel and has been dancing in New York City since 1989. In Israel he trained with Haya Tzur, Ilana Calif and the Bat-Dor School, as well as participating in MATAN summer camps. Prior to moving to New York to continue his Dance training, Ori has appeared in the Musical ‘Peter-Pan’.
His choreography was shown in NYC at the Dance Theater Workshop, PS122, Movement Research at Judson Church, DanceMopolitan at Joes’ Pub, Dance New Amsterdam and internationally in Austria, Japan and Israel.
For four years, worked as the assistant to the artistic director of Stephen Petronio Dance Company, with which he also performed from 1991-1999 as well as staging his work for different schools and companies around the world. He also had the pleasure to take part as a dancer in the works of Neil Greenberg, Mollisa Fenely, Kevin Wynn, Michael Clark, Maria Hassabi, Chamecki/Lerner and most recently in Sweden with Helena Franzen.
He teaches dance and yoga as a guest artist for several companies and schools in Europe, such as ImpulsTanz (Vienna), PARTS (Brussels), SEAD (Salzburg), The Place( London), Culberg Ballet (Stockholm), National Ballet of Marseille and Sasha Waltz Company (Berlin), as well as teaching regularly at Dance New Amsterdam and Movement Research in New York City. He is also a part time faculty at Rutgers College, Barnard College and the New School.
Additionally, since 2001 he has maintains an active practice as a certified Shiatsu practitioner.