Irish dancer and choreographer Colm Seery has previously appeared with The Royal Opera as a dancer in various productions. In the 2018/19 Season he revives Andrew George’s choreography and movement for Andrea Chénier.
Seery was born in Dublin and trained at the Irish National College of Dance and The Royal Ballet School. He dances with Irish Ballet and was a founding member of Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre. He has revived choreography for many opera productions including Andrea Chénier (San Francisco Opera, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing), La traviata (Scottish Opera, WNO, Geneva, Teatro Real, Madrid, Liceu, Barcelona), Don Giovanni, Eugene Onegin and Giulio Cesare (Glyndebourne), Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (San Francisco Opera and Glyndebourne) and Manon (Dallas Opera, Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires). In 2018 he choreographed Ariodante (Vienna State Opera) and Gloriana (Teatro Real, Madrid) for David McVicar.
Seery has danced with The Royal Opera, English National Opera, Welsh National Opera, Opera Ireland, Glyndebourne and Garsington, as well as companies in Europe and the USA.