American dancer Francisco Serrano is an Artist of The Royal Ballet. He joined The Royal Ballet’s Aud Jebsen Young Dancers Programme from the start of the 2016/17 Season and entered the Company as an Artist from the start of the 2017/18 Season. He trained at The Royal Ballet Upper School.
Serrano was born in the USA and has a Cuban background. He began his ballet training aged 14 at the Sarasota Cuban Ballet School. He won a scholarship at the 2014 Youth America Grand Prix to train at The Royal Ballet School. Performances while at the School include Solor (Waltz and Pas d’action from La Bayadère) and in Frederick Ashton’s Rhapsody pas de deux and Kenneth MacMillan’s Soirées musicales at the annual matinees, and with The Royal Ballet in The Nutcracker and Frankenstein. His repertory with the Company includes roles in Infra, Medusa and Flight Pattern.
Serrano’s awards include second prize in the 2015 Lynn Seymour Award for Expressive Dance.
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Francisco Serrano in Infra, The Royal Ballet
Artists of The Royal Ballet in Coppélia, The Royal Ballet
World Ballet Day 2019, The Royal Ballet in Class
Artists of The Royal Ballet in New Work New Music, The Royal Ballet
Artists of The Royal Ballet in Enigma Variations, The Royal Ballet
Francisco Serrano and artists of The Royal Ballet in New Work New Music, The Royal Ballet