Nazar Norov

Nazar Norov
  • US Natonal and World American Rhythm Champion

Nazar started to dance at the age of five in Siberia, Russia. He started competing with different partners at the age of six at the various Dance sport Championships in Krasnoyarsk region, throughout Russia and internationally, winning numerous prestigious titles. In 2001 he started dancing with Irina Kudryashova. After relocating to Florida in 2007 they turned professionals and continued their competitive career. Dancing International Latin they achieved significant results, such as winning titles of North American Rising Star Champions, Grand National Champions, The Ohio Star Ball Rising Star Champions, United States National and Open to The World Rising Star Finalists and winners and Grand finalists of many more prestigious events around the country. They are also United States National Professional 10 Dance Finalists.

After switching to American Rhythm style of dancing in March 2013, they immediately had great success by winning every single Rising Star Event in the country including 2013 United Stated National Professional Rising Star Championship. They were Bronze Medalists of the United States National Open Professional American Rhythm Championship and World American Rhythm Open Professional Championship.

Recent Accomplishments:

2016 & 2017 US National Professional American Rhythm Champions

2016 & 2017 World Professional American Rhythm Champions

Nazar and Irina are the coaches to many great dancers in Russia and the United States. Among their students there are National and World Pro-Am Champions, Finalists of the British Open Championships and Italian Open Championships, members of the United States Team, Winners of the WDSF Open events.

Nazar is the proud member of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing – the most prestigious and respected dance organization in the World that was established in 1904 in London. Nazar successfully passed his examinations with “highly commended” score and is proud to be the only ISTD member in Naples and just one of few in Southwest Florida.