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Aaron Robison

Aaron Robison was born in Coventry, but brought up in Barcelona. He trained with La Compania juvenil de ballet de Catalunya, at the Conservatorio de Barcelona and at the Royal Ballet School. He joined Birmingham Royal Ballet in 2004 and was promoted to First Artist in 2008.

Frederick Ashton: La Fille mal gardée (Notary), The Two Pigeons (Gypsy Boy).
George Balanchine: Western Symphony (First movement), Stravinsky Violin Concerto
David Bintley: Beauty and the Beast (Bailiff, Birds of the Air, Wedding guest), Cyrano (Le Bret), 'Still Life' at the Penguin Café (Brazilian Woolly Monkey), Edward II (Barons), Hobson's Choice (Salvation Army), The Shakespeare Suite (Petruchio), The Orpheus Suite (Argonauts), Take Five (Foursquare)
and David Bintley and Galina Samsova's production of Giselle (Peasant pas de deux)
John Cranko: Card Game (Joker), Brouillards ('La puerta del vino'), Pineapple Poll (Sailor)
Mikhail Fokine: Petrushka (Devil, Coachmen), The Firebird
Kenneth MacMillan: Romeo and Juliet (Mandolin Dance), Concerto (Three couples), Elite Syncopations ('Friday Night'), Solitaire
Hans van Manen: Twilight
Rudolf Nureyev: Raymonda (pas de quatre)
Ninette de Valois: Checkmate (Black Knight)
Peter Wright's productions of Swan Lake (Benno), Coppélia ('Call to Arms'), The Nutcracker (Prince), The Sleeping Beauty (Waltz)

Michael Corder: Le Baiser de la fée (Two sprites)
Garry Stewart: The Centre and its Opposite
David Bintley: E=mc² ('Mass')

AWARDS Encouragement Award, Prix de Lausanne, 2004; gold medal, Young British Dancer of the Year, 2004; gold medal, Seoul International Ballet Competition, 2004.

Last updated August 2010.
Aaron Robison

Photo: Andrew Ross

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