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Gregory Mislin


French notator Gregory Mislin is a Benesh Notator for The Royal Ballet. He joined the Company in 2014 and has since written new creations of works including Liam Scarlett’s Sweet Violets and The Age of Anxiety and Hofesh Shechter’s Untouchable.

Mislin trained at the Paris Opera Ballet School and graduated into Paris Opera Ballet. He later joined the Bavarian State Ballet as a soloist, dancing ballets by Marius Petipa, Serge Lifar, Bronislava Nijinska, Leonid Massine, Mikhail Fokine, John Cranko, George Balanchine, Jerome Robbins, Kenneth MacMillan, Frederick Ashton, Rudolf Nureyev, Patrice Bart, Ray Barra, Peter Wright, John Neumeier, Merce Cunningham, Lucinda Childs, Mats Ek, William Forsythe, Nacho Duato, Martin Schläpfer, Jiří Kylián, Hans Van Manen and Jacopo Godani, among others. He graduated from the Benesh Institute as a choreologist in 2012, and that year also gained the French State Diploma (DE) as a dance teacher.

Work away from the Company includes remounting Ivan Liška’s Le Corsaire for Finnish National Ballet, and assisting Bavarian State Ballet on ballets including Barra’s Swan Lake.

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Ballet's secret role: What is a ballet notator and why are they vital?

22 May 2015
Ballet's secret role: What is a ballet notator and why are they vital?

Dancers and choreographers may be household names, but without notators, your favourite classic ballet would no longer exist.