Dirk Heidemann (born 18 April 1961 in Berlin) is a former professional ballroom dancer, fashion model, now author, dance sport coach and choreographer from Germany. He can look back on several years of experience in the various fields of dancing. In former years Dirk Heidemann won the national youth championships several times and was runner-up to the German Latin-American championships. At the age of 17, he switched to professional dancing, and in 1993 he reached the world championship final in the Freestyle World Cup in Latin American dancing. He lives in Berlin.

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  • Dirk Heidemann (* 18. April 1961 in Berlin) ist ein deutscher ehemaliger Turniertänzer, Fotomodell, Autor, Tanzsporttrainer und Choreograf. (de)
  • Dirk Heidemann (18 de abril de 1961, Berlín) es un ex bailarín de salón profesional, modelo, escritor, entrenador de danza deportiva y coreógrafo alemán. Tiene varios años de experiencia en distintos campos de la danza. Ganó el campeonato nacional juvenil varias veces y fue subcampeón del Campeonato Alemán de bailes Latinoamericanos. A los 17 años se convirtió en bailarín profesional, y en 1993 alcanzó la final campeonato mundial en la Copa Mundial de Freestyle de Danza Latinoamericana. Es entrenador de varias parejas campeonas del mundo, y como entrenador del equipo oficial de la Federación Alemana de Baile deportivo (DTV), preparó a Christoph Kies y Blanca Ribas Turón para ser campeones mundiales en la categoría 10-dance (Estándar y Latina) tres veces. Desde 1999 ha tenido una posición de liderazgo en el "Mundo de la Danza" chino. Fue uno de los más populares coreógrafos y directores de arte para los espectáculos de presentación durante los [[Juegos Olímpicos de Pekín 2008|Juegos Olímpicos del 2008. Su musical de baile deportivo The Red Skirt con miembros de la Academia de Baile de Beijing fue un gran éxito en 2001 y fue copiado varias veces. Dirk Heidemann ha aparecido en más de diez programas de conversación y noticias en la Televisión Central de China (CCTV). Entre el 2006 y el 2010, Dirk Heidemann fue coreógrafo en dos programas de casting alemanes (You Can Dance en Sat.1, y German Idol (Deutschland sucht den Superstar) en RTL). Entre la escena de la danza, es considerado como un icono de estilo y modelo con una mente creativa. Es autor artículos sobre el concursos de baile, trabaja como entrenador del equipo nacional alemán juvenil de danzas latinoamericanas y es profesor de baile competitivo en la Universidad Deportiva de Zheng Zhou, China. Vive en Berlín. (es)
  • Dirk Heidemann (born 18 April 1961 in Berlin) is a former professional ballroom dancer, fashion model, now author, dance sport coach and choreographer from Germany. He can look back on several years of experience in the various fields of dancing. In former years Dirk Heidemann won the national youth championships several times and was runner-up to the German Latin-American championships. At the age of 17, he switched to professional dancing, and in 1993 he reached the world championship final in the Freestyle World Cup in Latin American dancing. He is trainer of several world champion pairs, and as trainer of the official German Dancesport Federation (DTV) trainer team, he trained Christoph Kies and Blanca Ribas Turón to become world champions in the category of 10-dance (Standard and Latin) three times. Since 1999 he has had a leading position in the Chinese "Danceworld". He was one of the most popular choreographers and art directors for the Presentation-Shows of China during the 2008 Olympic Games. His dancesport-musical The Red Skirt with members of the Beijing Dance Academy was a big success in 2001 and was copied several times. Dirk Heidemann has appeared in more than ten talk and news shows on China Central Television (CCTV). Between 2006 and 2010, Dirk Heidemann was choreographer in two German casting-shows (You Can Dance, on Sat.1, German Idol (Deutschland sucht den Superstar) on RTL). Among the dancing scene, he is regarded as a style-icon and a fashion model with a particularly creative mind. He has authored articles on dancing contests, works as the German national youth trainer in Latin American Dancing and is Professor for competitive dancing at the Sports University of Zheng Zhou, China. The World DanceSport Federation (WDSF) commissioned Dirk Heidemann in March 2013, the choreography of a flash mob for the World Dance Sport Games 2013 in Kaohsiung, Taiwan to create. Dirk Heidemann chose the song "Stamp Your Feet" of the then recently deceased singer Donna Summer. In April 2013, a video in Sant Cugat, Spain was shot. Dirk Heidemann is there to see themselves as dancers. The flash mob was presented at the opening event with great success. At the final event around 6,500 athletes, "Stamp Your Feet" danced before live TV cameras. "Stamp your Feet" is now regarded as one of the largest flash mobs in the world. On 09.11.2014 Dirk Heidemann presented his first TV comedy -Show "Germany's Most embarrassing dancers" on RTL Germany. He lives in Berlin. (en)
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  • Dirk Heidemann (* 18. April 1961 in Berlin) ist ein deutscher ehemaliger Turniertänzer, Fotomodell, Autor, Tanzsporttrainer und Choreograf. (de)
  • Dirk Heidemann (18 de abril de 1961, Berlín) es un ex bailarín de salón profesional, modelo, escritor, entrenador de danza deportiva y coreógrafo alemán. Tiene varios años de experiencia en distintos campos de la danza. Ganó el campeonato nacional juvenil varias veces y fue subcampeón del Campeonato Alemán de bailes Latinoamericanos. A los 17 años se convirtió en bailarín profesional, y en 1993 alcanzó la final campeonato mundial en la Copa Mundial de Freestyle de Danza Latinoamericana. Vive en Berlín. (es)
  • Dirk Heidemann (born 18 April 1961 in Berlin) is a former professional ballroom dancer, fashion model, now author, dance sport coach and choreographer from Germany. He can look back on several years of experience in the various fields of dancing. In former years Dirk Heidemann won the national youth championships several times and was runner-up to the German Latin-American championships. At the age of 17, he switched to professional dancing, and in 1993 he reached the world championship final in the Freestyle World Cup in Latin American dancing. He lives in Berlin. (en)
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