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Daniel Camargo

Biography

Brazilian dancer Daniel Camargo trained at the John Cranko School in Stuttgart. He makes his Royal Ballet debut in 2019 as Basilio (Don Quixote).

In 2009 he joined Stuttgart Ballet, promoted to principal dancer, 2013. He danced leading roles in ballets by John Cranko, Jerome Robbins, George Balanchine, Maurice Béjart, Kenneth MacMillan, Glen Tetley and Hans van Manen. New works were created on him by choreographers including Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Wayne McGregor, Jorma Elo and Marco Goecke. He made his debut with Dutch National Ballet as a guest artist in 2015 and joined as principal dancer in 2016.

He has performed as a guest with companies worldwide including The Australian Ballet, Czech National Ballet, Tokyo Ballet and the Mariinsky Theatre. Awards include the 2009 European Most Promising Award by the European Foundation for Culture, the 2011 Audience Choice at The Erik Bruhn Prize competition in Toronto, Canada, and the 2017 Positano Premia la Danza.

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