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Tomas Mock

First Artist of The Royal Ballet

Biography

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) and roles in The Nutcracker, The Sleeping Beauty, Don Quixote, La Valse, Manon, Raven Girl, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland andRomeo and Juliet. He has created roles in Alastair Marriott’s Connectome, Hofesh Shechter’s Untouchable, Wayne McGregor’s Woolf Works and Carlos Acosta’s Carmen.

Videos

News and features

Watch: Dancers demonstrating the evolution of ballet

Watch: Dancers demonstrating the evolution of ballet

12 August 2015

Royal Ballet Soloist Marcelino Sambé performs a selection of terre-à-terre steps as part of a Ballet Evolved Insights session.

Promotions, joiners and leavers at The Royal Ballet for 2015/16

Promotions, joiners and leavers at The Royal Ballet for 2015/16

29 June 2015

Details of Company changes for the upcoming Season have been announced.

Connectome: Cutting-edge ballet from cutting-edge science

Connectome: Cutting-edge ballet from cutting-edge science

28 May 2014

A new theory about what creates our memories, personality and intellect has influenced Alastair Marriott's new ballet.

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