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Dianne Gray

Born in Australia, Dianne Gray trained at the Ecole Classique in Sydney and at the Royal Ballet School. As a student ahe performed the leading role in A Time to Dance and pas de deux in Red Shoes, Souvenirs and Kreisler Variations. She also performed with The Royal Ballet in Swan Lake, La Fille mal gardée and The Nutcracker and with BRB in Giselle and The Nutcracker. She joined BRB in 2001.

Frederick Ashton: The Two Pigeons (Gypsy), Dante Sonata (Child of Light) and Façade (Waltz)
George Balanchine: Western Symphony (Second movement)
David Bintley: Carmina burana (Tart), The Nutcracker Sweeties (Floreadoress), The Seasons ('Summer'), 'Still Life' at the Penguin Café ('White Mischief'), The Shakespeare Suite, The Sons of Horus and David Bintley and Galina Samsova's production of Giselle (Wilis)
Kim Brandstrup: Pulcinella
John Cranko: Brouillards ('Les Fées sont d'exquises danseuses'), The Lady and the Fool (Guest) and Pineapple Poll (Sweetheart)
Mikhail Fokine: The Firebird (Princess)
Millicent HodsonKenneth Archer's reconstruction of The Rite of Spring (Seven Young Women in Blue)
Kenneth MacMillan: Romeo and Juliet (Rosaline, Townsperson) and Solitaire
Hans van Manen: Five Tangos
Ninette de Valois: Checkmate (Black Pawn)
Peter Wright's productions of The Nutcracker (Snowflakes, Flowers) and The Sleeping Beauty (Nymphs)
The Planets ('Mars', 'Neptune')

Finalist, Adline Genée Awards, 2000.

Last updated 30 September 2006.
Dianne Gray; photo: Andrew Ross

Dianne Gray; photo: Andrew Ross

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