George Williamson

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Credits                                  Ballet for Nancy

Ballet for Nancy

Music: Appalachian Spring – Aaron copland

Choreography: George Williamson

Nancy – Nancy Osbaldeston


Music: Adagio for Strings – Samuel Barber

Choreography: George Williamson

Dancers: Jia Zhang and Max Westwell

Four on the Floor

Music: Four on the Floor – Judd Greenstein

Choreography: George Willamson

Conductor: Leo Geyer

Dancers: Laurretta Summerscales, Ksenia Ovsyanick,  Nathan Young, Vitor Menezes

The Constella Orchestra

Leader: Tim Rathbone


In Parenthesis

In Parenthesis

For one night only, English National Ballet presents a site-specific performance inspired by David Jones’s seminal First World War poem, ‘In Parenthesis’.


Movement Direction George Williamson

Pam Hogg

Pam Hogg



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Pam Hogg Spring/Summer Premiered London Fashion Week 2013Credits

Choreography George Williamson
Music Carter Tutti Void, Transverse

My First Ballet: Cinderella

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My First Cinderella

Premiered March 2013 – The Peacock Theatre



Choreography George Williamson
Concept and Direction George Williamson and Loipa Araújo
Music Sergei Prokofiev
Musical Director Gavin Sutherland
Design David Walker
Lighting Designer Richard Howell
Additional Costume Design Wizzy Shawyer
Additional Scenic Design John Campbell


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Photo credit: Charl Marais 

A short film for the English National Ballet and Twenty6 Magazine.


Movement Direction George Williamson
Director Chris Turner
Music Plaid
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Round the Corner

Around the Corner - George Williamson Choreography

Premiered at The Peacock Theatre 2010


Choreography George Williamson
Music GoldieLocks


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English National ballet – Premiered 22nd March 2012, London Coliseum


Choreography George Williamson
Music Igor Stravinsky
Set Design David Bamber and George Williamson in collaboration with John Campbell Scenic Studio
Costume Design David Bamber
LightingNicholas Holdridge
Photography Diego Idraccolo

My First Ballet: Coppélia

My First Ballet Coppelia George Williamson - Choreographer

English National Ballet – Premieres on the 5th April 2014


Choreography George Williamson after an original production by Ronald Hynd and Marius Petipa
Concept and Direction George Williamson
Music Léo Delibes
Music Arrangement Gavin Sutherland
Design Louie Whitemore
Lighting Richard Howell

Dawn Dances

Dutch National Junior Company – Premiered 24 November 2013, Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam


Choreography George Williamson
Music J Greenstein
Lighting Bert Dalhuysen
Photo Credit Rob Kuyper

Nike Ballet


Ballet to launch Nike Hyper-feel Trainer



Choreography George Williamson
Costume Design Nike
Music London Contemporary Orchestra


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Tempus - Choreography by George Williamson


English National Ballet – Premiered at the Queens Coronation Festival 11th



Choreography George Williamson
Costume Design Julian Macdonald
Music Chris Turner


Threefold - George Williamson Choreography



New English Ballet theatre Premiered 5th July 2012
Choreography George Williamson
Music F Poulenc’s ‘Aubade’
Set Design Zachary Eastwood-Bloom
Costume Design Louise Körner & Ekaterine Lomtadze


Animus - George Williamson Choreography at The Polish National Ballet

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Polish national Ballet Premiered 2011
Choreography George Williamson
Music Son lux

The Tale of William MacKenzie



Choreography George Williamson
Set, Costume, Projection and Music Students of the John Moore University Liverpool


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My First Ballet: Sleeping Beauty

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Dutch National Ballet: Transatlantic

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Lithuanian National Ballet: Egle The Queen of the grass snakes

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George Williamson Choreographer at The English National Ballet

Born in Worcestershire UK George trained at Elmhurst School For Dance and English National Ballet School where his choreographic work began. Whilst at English National Ballet School George won the Choreographic Competition for three consecutive years and the CTRL-ALT-SHIFT Award. Ballets created included, Round the Corner 2009 presented at the Peacock Theatre and the City of London Festival. In 2010 he created Ana-Chro-Po for English National Ballet School’s summer performance.

Upon graduation in 2010 George joined Polish National Ballet under the Artistic Direction of Krzysztof Pastor, where he danced classical and contemporary roles and for Polish National Ballet he created Animus in 2011. Whilst dancing with Polish National Ballet, Wayne Eagling invited George to choreograph on English National Ballet and Firebird was his first commission that received its world premiere at the London Coliseum in March 2012. For New English Ballet Theatre Threefold in 2012. In September 2012 George was appointed Associate Artist of English Nation Ballet by Tamara Rojo. My First Cinderella, premiered at the Peacock Theatre on 27 March 2013 presented by English National Ballet and English National Ballet School. In 2013 George received a nomination for the Benois de la Danse Award for his creation of Firebird and created Tempus for The Queen’s Coronation Festival in the Gardens of Buckingham Palace. For Dutch National Ballet’s Junior Company he created Dawn Dances. George was a Rolex Mentor and Potege Arts Initiative 2014 finalist. For Constella Ballet & Orchestra he created three new ballets which were performed at Sadler’s Wells Lilian Baylis Theatre.

Through his work George is aiming to produce inventive artistic experiences, for and beyond the main-stage, for wider public benefit. Striving to push the boundaries of ballet, as well as those of the surrounding art-forms, such as costume, music, film and lighting. This vision involves creating new artistic synergies across art-forms and to invigorate communities by creating pop-up experiences, cultural happenings and live events in non-traditional performance spaces.



  • It’s a very young man’s viewpoint on ballet – more about physical glitter and styling, more about swagger than about magic. But boy, what confidence. George Williamson is undoubtedly a talent to watch.

    Ismene Brown - Arts Desk, Daily Telegraph





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