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Australian born choreographer Craig Davidson trained at the New Zealand School of Dance. Throughout his career he performed as a Soloist with the Finnish National Ballet, Royal Ballet of Flanders, Tanz Luzerner Theater and the Semperoper Ballett. He was awarded a Critic's Choice Award by Dance Europe for 'Most Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer' for his performance in «Impressing the Czar» by William Forsythe with Royal Ballet of Flanders. Craig has performed soloist roles in numerous classical and contemporary productions and has worked with highly acclaimed choreographers such as William Forsythe, Jiří Kylián, Matz Ek, Wayne McGregor, Jacapo Godani and Alexander Ekman.


As a choreographer he has worked with the Royal Ballet of Flanders, West Australian Ballet, Finnish National Ballet, Atlanta Ballet, Queensland Ballet, Ballet ldaho and Ballett Dortmund Junior Company.


He has participated in DanceLines at the Royal Opera House in London and the New York Choreographic Institute and his work has been seen internationally in Belgium, Germany, Indonesia and Korea and performed by principal dancers from the Royal Ballet London, Ballet de l'Opéra de Paris, Semperoper Ballett and Ballett Zürich.


In 2017, Craig established Creative Arts Davidson an artist collective and created «Lightness of Being» for the collectives first project with dancers Melissa Hamilton (Royal Ballet) and Fabien Voranger (Semperoper Ballett). Since then the collective has worked with arts venues such as the Kunsthalle museum in Zürich.