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Guide to the English National Ballet

English National Ballet brings world-class classical ballet to the widest possible audience – delighting them with the traditional and inspiring them with the new. Under the leadership of Artistic Director, Tamara Rojo, the Company stands for artistic excellence and creativity. We honour the tradition of great classical ballet while embracing change, evolving the art form for future generations and encouraging audiences to deepen their appreciation of it.
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LondresThe Nutcracker

Erina Takahashi (Clara/Sugar Plum Fairy) and Francesco Gabriele Frola (Nephew) © Laurent Liotardo
Tchaïkovski: Casse-noisette
Marius Petipa; Lev Ivanov; English National Ballet; Gerry Cornelius; Peter Farmer; Erina Takahashi

LondresLe Corsaire

Le Corsaire
Drigo: Le Corsaire
Anna-Marie Holmes; Marius Petipa; Konstantin Sergeyev; English National Ballet; Gavin Sutherland; Bob Ringwood; English National Ballet Philharmonic

LondresEnglish National Ballet 70th Anniversary Gala

English National Ballet 70th Anniversary Gala
Unknown, Czerny
Unknown; Harald Lander; English National Ballet; English National Ballet Philharmonic

BarcelonaAkram Khan's Giselle

Akram Khan's Giselle
Lamagna: Giselle
Akram Khan; English National Ballet; Gavin Sutherland; Tim Yip; Mark Henderson
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L'English National Ballet à Garnier

Tamara Rojo and Isaac Hernández © Ula Blocksage | Opéra national de Paris
Invité pour la première fois par l’Opéra de Paris, l’English National Ballet a dansé à Garnier une version virtuose et enjouée du Corsaire, ballet classique inspiré du poème The Corsair de Lord Byron.

Erina Takahashi sparkles as ENB’s Nutcracker returns

Erina Takahashi (Clara/Sugar Plum Fairy) and Francesco Gabriele Frola (Nephew) © Laurent Liotardo
Despite confused storytelling in Wayne Eagling's version of ETA Hoffmann's tale, ENB's Nutcracker has some lovely dancing. 

Tamara Rojo fascina con la Giselle sagrada de Akram Khan

El espectro de la Giselle de Akram Khan persuade a la audiencia con la interpretación sublime, impecable y arrebatadora de Tamara Rojo.

Tamara Rojo leads from the front in Akram Khan’s Giselle

Tamara Rojo (Giselle) © Laurent Liotardo
Akram Khan's bold reimagining of Giselle continues to go from strength to strength. After touring to venues from Moscow to Chicago, it returns to Sadler's Wells. 
Tamara Rojo © Jeff Gilbert
Tamara Rojo
© Jeff Gilbert

Tamara Rojo CBE - Artistic Director

Trained in Madrid at the Victor Ullate School.

She won a Gold Medal at the Paris International Dance Competition and a Special Jury Award unanimously given by a judging panel led by Natalia Makarova, Vladimir Vasiliev and Galina Samsova, who asked her to join Scottish Ballet.

Within six months of joining English National Ballet, Tamara was promoted to Principal, and went on to dance the full range of the Company’s principal roles. Derek Deane created the roles of Juliet (Romeo & Juliet) and Clara (The Nutcracker) for her. Her performances as Clara broke all box office records at the London Coliseum and The Times named her “Dance Revelation of the Year.”

Tamara joined The Royal Ballet as a Principal at the invitation of Sir Anthony Dowell shortly after her highly acclaimed Guest Artist debut with the Company in Sir Peter Wright’s Giselle, and danced there for 12 years.

Tamara has been repeatedly recognised for her artistic excellence. Her awards include: the 2010 Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Dance Production; Spain’s three highest Honours, The Prince of Asturias Award, the Gold Medal of Fine Arts and Encomienda de Número de Isabel la Católica; the Benois de la Danse Award; Critics’ Circle National Dance Award; Barclay’s Outstanding Achievement in Dance Award; Positano Dance Award; Leonide Massine Premio al Valore; the Italian Critic’s Award; and from the City of Madrid, both the International Medal of the Arts and the Interpretation Award.

She is on the Board of One Dance UK, the Anglo-Spanish Society, a Patron of the Ipswich-based DanceEast Academy, Patron of the Flamingo Chicks and Adviser to Spain’s Superior Council of Artistic Studies.

In January 2016 Tamara Rojo became D.A. Magna Cum Laude, presenting her thesis ‘Psychological Profile of the Elite Dancer – Vocational Characteristics of the Professional Dancer’ at Rey Juan Carlos University, and was awarded a CBE for her services to ballet in the Queen’s 2016 New Year’s Honours.