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At the Zurich Opera House Ballet Daniel created ‘Fugata’ and ‘Simple Symphony’ for their yearly Young Choreographer’s Workshops.

With his move to The Scottish Ballet Daniel organised a dancers’ choreographic workshop for which he created ‘No Time to Waste’.

In 2009 David Nixon commissioned Daniel to choreograph ‘The Three Musketeers Fight

CG 2010Scenes’ for The Estonia Opera House Ballet. Daniel made his choreographic début for Northern Ballet in February 2010 with ‘Glass Canon’.

In January 2011 Daniel choreographed his second piece for Northern Ballet. ‘Danzando Fellini’ was commissioned as the closing feature of the UK-Italy Trades Award Ceremony held in Milan.Milan-still websmall

Untainted picture

In June 2011 Northern Ballet held its first Research and Development workshop in Leeds for which Daniel created ‘Untainted Parallel’.

Daniel was invited to take part in the first ‘Woking Initiate Summer Project’ in August 2011 by working with the young participants to choreograph ‘Simply Playful’ .In February 2012 Daniel choreographed Northern Ballet’s contribution to the Leeds Canvas, London 2012 Olympiad Project ‘Overworlds & Underworlds’.

For Northern Ballet’s 2014 children’s ballet he produced “Elves & the Shoemaker”. The production was commissioned by the BBC and was nominated for a BAFTA.

IMG_0640As his first full length Daniel produced “Nijinsky – God of the Dance” for the Slovakian National Ballet which was premiered on the 27th of November 2015 with newly composed score by Carl Davis, Set and Costumes designs by Mark Bailey and co-direction by Patricia Doyle.

Daniel went on to produce “The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas” as his first full length ballet for Northern Ballet with its world premiere in May 2017.



At present Daniel is once more collaborating with the Slovak National Ballet in producing his next full length ballet “Chaplin, The Tramp” to be premiered in on the 15th of March 2019. The production will have a newly composed score by Carl Davis, Set and Costumes designs by Mark Bailey, video projection design by Nina Dunn and Dramatic coaching by Patricia Doyle.