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Kosuke Yamamoto



Born in Ehime, Japan, Kosuke Yamamoto trained at the Mika Ballet School and the Royal Ballet School, dancing Raymonda pas de deux and Colya's solo from A Month in the Country at the School performance. He joined BRB in 2000; First Artist, 2002; Soloist, 2003. His repertory includes Swan Lake (Benno), The Sleeping Beauty (Bluebird, pas de quatre), La Fille mal gardée (Alain), Giselle (Peasant pas de deux), Romeo and Juliet (Mercutio, Mandolin Dance lead), Hobson's Choice (Salvation Army), Arthur (Gareth), Beauty and the Beast (Raven), The Lady and the Fool (Bootface), 'Bruyères' (Brouillards), The Seasons ('Spring'), Carmina burana (First Seminarian), The Nutcracker Sweeties (Buttons), The Sons of Horus (Hapi), The Two Pigeons (Gypsy Boy), Western Symphony (Third Movement), Elite Syncopations ('Alaskan Rag'), Enigma Variations (Sinclair), Coppélia ('Call to Arms'), In the Upper Room, Solitaire and Scènes de ballet. He won the Nijinsky Prize at the 2nd Nagoya International Ballet and Modern Dance Competition. He created 'Winter' in David Bintley's The Seasons and the role of Krishna as a Child in Nahid Siddiqui's Krishna.
Kosuke Yamamoto

Kosuke Yamamoto; photo: Andrew Ross

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