Slovakian dancer Tomas Mock is a First Artist of The Royal Ballet. He trained at The Royal Ballet School and graduated into the Company in 2011, promoted to First Artist in 2015.
Mock was born in Bratislava. Mock’s performances while at the School included dancing with the Company in The Rite of Spring, as well as lead roles in Checkmate and Spring and Fall in the School’s annual matinee. On graduation he was awarded the Dame Ninette de Valois Outstanding Graduate of the Year award.
Mock’s repertory with the Company includes Gypsy Girl’s Lover (The Two Pigeons), Hilarion (Giselle) and in Woolf Works, The Nutcracker, The Sleeping Beauty, Don Quixote, La Valse, Manon, Raven Girl, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Romeo and Juliet, After the Rain, Within the Golden Hour and Carbon Life. He has created roles in Alastair Marriott’s Connectome, Hofesh Shechter’s Untouchable, Wayne McGregor’s Woolf Works, Carlos Acosta’s Carmen and Robert Binet’s Void and Fire.
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Jonathan Howells, Téo Dubreuil, Donald Thom, Nicol Edmonds, Tristan Dyer and Tomas Mock in The Dream, The Royal Ballet,
Tomas Mock, Jacopo Bellussi, Austin Lui and Claudia Dean in Spring and Fall
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Tomas Mock, Marcelino Sambé, Matthew Ball, Steven McRae and Edward Watson in rehearsals for Connectome
Tomas Mock as Hilarion in Giselle, The Royal Ballet
Lauren Cuthbertson, Edward Watson and Steven McRae with Matthew Ball, Tomas Mock, Luca Acri, Marcelino Sambe in Alastair Marriott’s Connectome
Lauren Cuthbertson in Alastair Marriott’s Connectome
Lauren Cuthbertson and Matthew Ball in Alastair Marriott’s Connectome