Mirosław Żydowicz, born in Świebodzice (Poland), received his training at the at the State Ballet School in Poznań and was subsequently and was subsequently engaged as a dancer at the Teatr Wielki in Warsaw. There danced in classical ballets and in choreographies by, among others, John Neumeier and Hans van Manen. In Canada he continued his career in 1987 with with engagements at the Calgary City Ballet, Anna Wyman Dance Theatre, Kokoro Dance Theatre and Ballet British Columbia. There he performed ballets by Jiri Kylián, Glen Tetley, William Forsythe and others. William Forsythe among his repertoire. After receiving a scholarship from the Wiener Festwochen he was was engaged by Susanne Linke in the 1999/2000 season at the Bremer Tanztheater where he was a member of the ensemble until 2012. In 2011 he danced in the reconstruction of "Solo mit Sofa" by Reinhild Hoffmann in the Academy of the Arts Berlin. From 2012 to 2014 he was ballet master and Choreographic Assistant at the Theater Osnabrück.
From 2015 to 2018 he was artistic assistant and training director in the Company Susanne Linke Theater Trier.