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Greg Horsman

gregGreg joined Australian Ballet in 1982, becoming Principal Artiste in 1987. He has danced all the classical repertoire as well as many contemporary works, and has worked with some of the finest choreographers in the world including Kenneth Macmillan, Glen Tetley, Jiří Kylián and Maurice Béjart.

He has been identified as one of the purest classical dancers Australia has produced and has been Guest Principal with the Kirov Ballet, Royal Danish Ballet, Houston Ballet, Boston Ballet and Tokyo Ballet, and also appeared on Rudolph Nureyev’s Farewell Tour of Australia.

In 1994 Greg joined English National Ballet as Senior Principal, creating roles such as Mad Hatter in Derek Deane’s Alice in Wonderland, Prince in Michael Corder’s Cinderella, and starred in Derek Deane’s spectacular Arena Production tours of Swan Lake and Romeo and Juliet around the world. Greg left ENB in 1998 to
become Artistic Director for British Gas Central Ballet. In 1999 he took up the position of Ballet master with Northern Ballet Theatre. Greg became Ballet Master with ENB in 2000 and left in 2006 to become Ballet Master with Royal new Zealand ballet.