Freddie Opoku-Addaie

Dance maker, performer and educator (UK), London Contemporary Dance School

Freddie is a London based dance maker, performer and educator. Since graduating, Freddie has worked as an independent dance artist performing and creating nationally and internationally.  

Freddie was one of six artists selected to take part in the Jerwood Bank Project in 2008 with Siobhan Davies Dance, giving mid-career artists an insight into choreographic process with the choreographer for an intense six weeks. From his work, Freddie won a new commission from Certamen Internacional de Coreografia Burgos-New York. 

He has been an Associate Artist of the Royal Opera House – ROH2 (London), a recipient of the Robin Howard Commission, One Dance UK Trailblazer Fellowship and the founder, director and curator of ‘SystemsLAB’ working with multi-faceted, mid-career artists.  

As of 2021, Freddie has been fulfilling the role of Artistic Director/CEO for Dance Umbrella, London’s International Dance Festival designed to showcases diverse and exciting dance works from around the world.