Adam Stasiw acts, sings, dances, and codes his way through life. Recent performances include "ASAP" and "The Tendencies" with the Yael Nachajon Dance Company, and Watchface's 30th anniversary performance at Dixon Place. Adam also sings regularly with Khorikos. He has performed at famed locations including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and St. Patrick's Cathedral. He recently sang with Arturo O'Farrill's Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra at the legendary Apollo Theater.
Adam's research interests include Human Computer Interaction, machine learning for music and dance performance, and the various intersections of art and technology. Adam dreams of being the next Bill Nye, and is an avid Doctor Who enthusiast. Maybe it’s the bow ties.
Adam graduated from Princeton University with an engineering degree in Computer Science, and minors in both Theater and Dance. While an undergraduate, he performed in over 25 productions. These included 4 shows with the Princeton Triangle Club, world tours with the Princeton Nassoons, and a week-long run of Assassins at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He also danced in works by Raja Feather Kelly, Rebecca Lazier, Laura Peterson, and Susan Marshall.