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Nhan Ho

headshotNhan Ho, an emerging artist from Sacramento, California, is a choreographer, dancer, and teacher. He is most known for his fusion of dance styles and movements. Nhan has always been inspired and intrigued in the exploration of movements through kinesthetic teaching and demonstrating. His energy is described as dynamic.

In addition, he enjoys collaborating with composers, musicians, photographers, videographers, designers, and all forms of artists. He himself started out as a musician who was itching to dance from his seat.

Besides dancing for many professional companies from West Coast to East Coast, he founded Nhan Ho Project in 2010. As an Artistic Director of the company, he enables many artists to perform in professional atmosphere and escalate them to be professional performing artists.


Nhan Ho’s choreography have been seen all over the U.S. His works are unpredictable and innovative. Under Nhan Ho Project (NHP), his works have been performed at many different venues including sjDANCEco’s ChoreoProject Awards, West Wave Dance Festival, D.A.M.S.F., Park Day Dance Festival, RAWdance Concept Series, Works in the Works, and Unify Dance Concert.

Besides NHP, Nhan has choreographed for Sacramento State University’s Dance Program, San Jose State University’s Dance Theatre Company, Modesto Junior College’s Off-Balance Dance Company, University of Idaho’s Dance Program, University of Lincoln Nebraska’s Dance Program, TwoPoint4 Dance Theater, Independence High School’s IndepenDANCE Company, and Silver Creek High School’s Dance Program.


As an artist, had the opportunity to dance professionally for BODYART Dance Company (NY), Sasha Soreff Dance Theatre (NY), Faye Driscoll (NY), Printz Dance Project (CA), PUSH Dance Company (CA), Facing East Dance & Music (CA), sjDANCEco (CA), Margaret Wingrove Dance Company (CA), ktdavisdance (CA). He continues to find the balance of being a professional dance performer and choreographer/instructor/director/teacher.

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