Glenn Graham

glenn-graham

Born in Nottingham, Glenn started his professional training at the Rambert School of Ballet & Contemporary Dance. On graduating in 2003 Glenn joined Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures, performing in Nutcracker! and Swan Lake for the Sadler’s Wells seasons touring extensively throughout the UK, Japan and South Korea. Glenn has also performed the principal role of the Swan/Stranger on numerous occasions in the UK, Paris, Antwerp, Shanghai and USA. Glenn’s other roles for New Adventures include The Angel and Tom in Cinderella and Bruno and Rocco in The Car Man. 

In 2006 Glenn joined Compañía Metros de Danza under the direction of Ramon Oller and later Ballet Santa Coloma under the direction of David Campos in Barcelona.

From 2007/10 he joined Introdans, in The Netherlands, touring the world dancing signature roles in choreography by Jiri Kylian, William Forsythe, Matz Ek, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Paul Lightfoot & Sol Leon, Inbal Pinto, Hans Van Manen, Fernando Melo, Nils Christie, Cayetano Soto, Robert Battle and Alwin Nikolias. 

In 2011 he became a member of Phoenix Dance Theatre under the directorship of Sharon Watson. During his time there he performed choreography by Aletta Collins, Henri Oquike, Richard Alston, Ana Lujan Sanchez, Jose Agudo, Richard Wherlock, Charlotte Vincent and Sharon Watson. 

Glenn choreographed ‘Intimate Windows’ for Introdans 2009 DANSEMAKEN, a collaboration with Dutch fashion designers, also ‘And yet we still stand tall’ for The University of Cumbria in Carlisle.  

Glenn’s teaching credits include Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures, Royal Ballet School, English National Ballet School, Phoenix Dance Theatre, Rambert School, Shoreditch Youth Dance Company, New College Nottingham, The Place, London summer intensives and Company 12 of which he became patron of since opening in 2012.