Lecturer at the Department of Dance of the LMTA Klaipėda Faculty. Subjects: Dance Improvisation, Composition, Contemporary Dance. Languages: English (C2), Russian (C2).
Inga Kuznecova is a dancer and choreographer. In 2012, she obtained an MA in Choreography from the Faculty of Arts of Klaipėda University (now – the LMTA) and later studied at the University College of Dance Danshogskolan in Stockholm (Sweden) for one year.
Since 2012, Inga Kuznecova has worked at the Department of Choreography of the Faculty of Arts of Klaipėda University (now – the LMTA) where she teaches contemporary dance technique, dance composition, and improvisation. Besides, for 10 years, Inga Kuznecova has worked as a dance teacher with younger children in non-formal education institutions and has a pedagogical degree of a teaching methodologist.
Dancer Inga Kuznecova has been performing with the Šeiko Dance Company (Klaipėda, Lithuania) since 2013. She continuously dances in the projects by choreographers Agnija Šeiko (Lithuania), Dalija Acin Thelander Murphy (Sweden), Márta Ladjánszki (Hungary), Alban Richard (France), Heine Røsdal Avdal and Yukiko Shinozaki (Norway), Petras Lisauskas (Lithuania), and many others. The dancer has performed in a variety of staged performances at numerous foreign festivals and theatres in China, the USA, Sweden, Norway, Malta, France, Great Britain, and Germany.
Among major works by choreographer Inga Kuznecova are Mikas ir pusryčiai (Mikas and His Breakfast) (included in the programme of the New Baltic Dance Festival 2010); Ir viskas klojosi kuo puikiausiai (And Everything Was Going Perfectly Well) created together with choreographer Petras Lisauskas (included in the programme of the New Baltic Dance Festival 2012); and performance Happy Birthday created in 2015 with Rasa Drukteinytė. Inga Kuznecova‘s theatrical performance Pamirštos princesės (2017) (Forgotten Princesses) was nominated for Golden Cross of the Stage, the most prestigious performing arts award in Lithuania.
Inga Kuznecova leads seminars on improvisation, contemporary dance techniques, and composition for a wide range of listeners – from children to teachers, theatre professionals and amateurs.