Téo Dubreuil

Soloist of The Royal Ballet


English dancer Téo Dubreuil is a First Artist of The Royal Ballet. He trained at The Royal Ballet School and graduated into English National Ballet, joining The Royal Ballet in 2014. He was promoted to First Artist in 2018, to Soloist, 2022. 

Dubreuil was born in the Midlands and started dancing at the age of six, attending local dance classes before joining The Royal Ballet School as a Junior Associate. He went on to enter White Lodge, later graduating into the Upper School. Performances with The Royal Ballet while at the School included Fritz (The Nutcracker), peasant pas de deux (Giselle) and Dancing Master (The Rake’s Progress). Awards while a student include second prize in the 2011 Young British Dancer of the Year. His repertory with ENB included pas de cinq (Suite en blanc), pas de trois (Swan Lake) and roles in Raymonda Act III and Le Corsaire

Since joining The Royal Ballet Dubreuil has danced Benvolio (Romeo and Juliet), Florestan (The Sleeping Beauty), pas de six (Giselle), Green Boy (Dances at a Gathering) and roles in Swan LakeMonotones IIWithin the Golden HourDGV: Danse à grande vitesseLike Water for Chocolate, in addition to dancing with the corps de ballet in such ballets as Like Water for ChocolateJewelsThe Nutcracker and The Dream. He has created roles for Kenta Kura in The Royal Ballet’s Draft Works and for Aakash Odedra for Deloitte Ignite Festival 2014, and in Hofesh Shechter’s Untouchable, Crystal Pite’s Light of Passage, Wayne McGregor’s Woolf Works and The Dante Project and Christopher Wheeldon’s Corybantic Games and Like Water for Chocolate

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