Alexander Jones

British born Alexander Jones was trained at the Royal Ballet School London. He won the gold medal in 2004 Adeleine Genee competition and was presented the Dame Ninette de Valois award, London Ballet Circle. Upon graduation, he joined the Stuttgart Ballet where he was promoted to Principal dancer on stage after his debut performance of John Cranko’s Romeo and Juliet. He then danced all the classical and major roles including the title role in “Onegin”, Armand in John Neumeier’s “Lady of the Camellias”, Colas in Ashton’s “La Fille Mal Gardee” and many others, along with other choreographies from George Balanchine, Kenneth Macmillan, Bejart, Jerome Robbins, William Forsythe, Jiri Kylian and Christian Spuck. In 2014 he was nominated by the National dance awards, England for Best Male Classical dancer.

In 2015 Alexander joined the Ballet Zurich, where he created the role of Siegfried in Ratmansky’s reconstruction of Swan Lake for the Ballet Zurich and La Scala in Milan, and in 2016 he appeared as a guest artist with Staatsballet Berlin, performing Albrecht in Patrice Barts Giselle.

Other repertoire in Zurich includes Christian Spuck’s “Romeo and Juliet” and Anna Karenina.

He has performed in many of the major theatres, including Opera Garnier, Royal Opera House, London, Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow and Arena of Verona as part of the Roberto Bolle and friends tour.

He is currently working on a feature film project with Pontus Lidberg and Aurelie Dupont, where he will enjoy his first experience as an actor.