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Born in France, Vincent Gros was a finalist in the Prix De Lausanne 1994 and graduated from The Royal Ballet School in London the following year under the direction of Dame Merle Park. He performed with The Royal Ballet and Birmingham Royal Ballet before joining several companies as a soloist and principal dancer throughout his career, including Cape Town City Ballet, Leipziger Ballett, Ballet Du Capitole De Toulouse and Ballet Madrid. Vincent also performed as a guest artist over the years and was invited to dance in various european companies as well as international festivals and galas.


As a principal dancer Vincent Gros performed leading roles of the classical repertoire (The Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker, Giselle, Swan Lake) and ballets by renowned choreographers such as George Balanchine, Jiri Kylian, John Cranko, Frederick Ashton, Kenneth MacMillan, Nils Christie, Robert North, Goyo Montero and Nacho Duato. He also created original roles in works by Pascal Touzeau, David Krugel, Serge Bonafoux and especially Uwe Scholz, most notably the acclaimed creation “The Great Mass” (Theaterpreis der Bayerisches Staatsregierung 1998 and DeutscherTanzpreis 1999).


Since 2004, Vincent Gros holds the State Diploma (Diplome d’État de Professeur de Danse) received from the Ministry of Culture in France and is a certified dance teacher. He has worked in Barcelona, Spain since 2008, in many of the city’s schools and universities, as well as being a guest ballet master with Angel Corella’s Barcelona Ballet (2012-2013) and Ballett Mainz, Germany (2013-2014). His experience as a teacher also includes workshops in Spain, France, Brasil and the USA, where he is regularly invited. He is currently the artistic director of young company La Companyia Juvenil de Ballet Clasic de Catalunya, and ballet master of the Ballet de Catalunya, for which he has choreographed "Rhapsody", an original piece premiered at the Teatre Principal de Terrassa in February 2023.

Vincent Gros
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