Scottish dancer Reece Clarke is an Artist of The Royal Ballet. He trained at The Royal Ballet School and graduated into the Company during the 2013/14 Season.
Clarke grew up in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire. He and his three elder brothers trained at the Janis Ridley School of Dance in Coatbridge before winning places at The Royal Ballet School. Reece entered White Lodge in 2006 – the first time in the School’s history that four boys from the same family have all trained at the School. Awards while at the School include the Lynn Seymour Competition in his second year and Young British Dancer of the Year in 2012, for which he performed extracts from La Bayadère and The Sleeping Beauty.
Clarke’s appearances with the Company have included in Symphonic Variations and dancing with the corps de ballet in Don Quixote, The Rite of Spring, Romeo and Juliet, The Nutcracker and The Sleeping Beauty.
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Reece Clarke and Gina Storm-Jensen performing with the Royal Ballet School.
Royal Ballet dancers Hayley Forskitt and Reece Clarke with Chance to Dance students in 'Still Life' at the Penguin Cafe as part of the Chance to Dance annual performance
Francesca Hayward, Téo Dubreuil, Luca Acri and Reece Clark in Kenta Kura’s DW2, Draft Works
Reece Clarke and Annette Buvoli in Sander Blommaert’s Les Deux, Comme Un, Draft Works
Leticia Stock, Reece Clarke, Melissa Hamilton and Mayara Magri in Symphonic Variations
Reece Clarke in Symphonic Variations, The Royal Ballet
Leticia Stock, Melissa Hamilton, Reece Clarke and Mayara Magri in Symphonic Variations, The Royal Ballet
Royal Ballet dancers Hayley Forskitt and Reece Clarke with Chance to Dance student in 'Still Life' at the Penguin Cafe as part of the Chance to Dance annual performance