Natasha Adorlee Johnson is a dancer, musician, singer, music producer, and filmmaker based in San Francisco, CA. Natasha grew up in Overland Park, Kansas where she continued her training and performed in professional theatre and commercial work before moving to the west coast.
In San Francisco, Natasha has had the pleasure of being an inaugural member of Alonzo King's Lines Training Program and danced with Robert Moses' Kin for 4 seasons before joining ODC/Dance Company in 2011. Natasha currently performs and tours with ODC. In 2015, she won the Isadora Duncan Dance Award for her performance in Kimi Okada's "Two if by Sea" with Jeremy Smith. She has performed as a guest artist with Kate Weare Company. For a catalog of her work/reviews of her performances, please see media page.
Natasha is the founder, artistic director and resident choreographer of Concept o4, a film based dance group which is fiscally sponsored by Dancers Group and mentored by KT Nelson's Round Antenna. Her work has been presented in live settings and film festivals.
As a musician, Natasha writes, produces, sings, DjS and performs as Saint Tiimbre. Natasha has been a featured singer and performer with Amp Live and will continue to be apart of shows. Music is available through most major purchasing and streaming outlets.
In her spare time, she has done modeling gigs with clients including Google, Boombotix, and Cricket Wireless. She has been featured as a dancer in the New Yorker, Dance Magazine, and National Geographic. She teaches master classes and workshops specializing in Contemporary Dance and Screendance. Natasha loves writing, taking pictures and being outside. She holds a B.A. in English from UC Berkeley.
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