Belgian dancer Sander Blommaert is an Artist of The Royal Ballet. He trained at The Royal Ballet Upper School and graduated into the Company in 2010.
Blommaert was born in Bruges and trained at the CD Dance Factory, the Royal Ballet School of Antwerp and The Royal Ballet Upper School. He was awarded the Ninette de Valois Award on graduating from the School. His performances while at the School included roles in Concerto and Toccata.
Since joining The Royal Ballet, Blommaert’s repertory has included Footman/Fish (Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland) and roles in Scènes de ballet, Connectome, Voluntaries, Rhapsody, The Nutcracker, Les Patineurs, Manon, The Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet, The Dream, The Prince of the Pagodas, La Sylphide and Requiem. He created a role in Woolf Works. He performed a role in Royal Ballet Soloist Valentino Zucchetti’s Trio Sonata for Draft Works 2011, and created the work Les Deux, comme un for Draft Works 2014. In summer 2012 he created a role in Hot House, part of One Big Stage with Gareth Malone and the Royal Opera House Learning and Participation Department.
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Fernando Montaño, Kevin Emerton, Sander Blommaert, Marcelino Sambé, Tristran Dyer and Donald Thom in Rhapsody, The Royal Ballet
Sander Blommaert, Nicol Edmonds, Solomon Golding and Donald Thom in Connectome, The Royal Ballet
Sander Blommaert, Donald Thom, Solomon Golding and Nicol Edmonds in Connectome, The Royal Ballet
Camille Bracher, Marcelino Sambé and Sander Blommaert in Woolf Works.
Alexander Campbell, Sander Blommaert, Donald Thom, Solomon Golding and Nicol Edmonds in Connectome, The Royal Ballet
Carlos Acosta working with dancers of The Royal Ballet on Don Quixote
Alexander Campbell, Solomon Golding, Donald Thom, Sander Blommaert and Nicol Edmonds in Connectome, The Royal Ballet
Sander Blommaert, Emma Maguire and Nicol Edmonds in The Nutcracker, The Royal Ballet
Sander Blommaert, Ricardo Cervera, Donald Thom, Sarah Lamb, Solomon Golding, Alexander Campbell and Nicol Edmonds in Connectome, The Royal Ballet