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Esteban Berlanga comes from Spain. After bis training at the Royal Conservatory of Albacete and the Professional Dance Conservatory of Madrid, he danced at the English National Ballet from 2006 to 2013, where he was appointed principal dancer in 2012. Among others he danced Prince Siegfried in «Schwanensee» by Derek Dean, the Prince in Kenneth MacMillan's «Dornröschen», Albrecht in «Giselle» by Mary Skeaping, the Nutcracker in the choreography by Wayne Eagling and Frédéric in «L'Arlésienne» by Roland Petit. He also appeared in choreographies by Jiří Kylián and Maurice Béjart. He was nominated for the «Prix Benois de la Danse» for «Faun(e)» by David Dawson. From 2013 to 2018 he was principal dancer in the Compañía Nacional de Danza de España. There he performed as a soloist in choreographies by William Forsythe, Itzik Galili, Roland Petit, Aleix Mañé and Kenneth MacMillan. He has appeared with the English National Ballet, the Australian Ballet, the Nariko Kobayashi Ballet and the Carmen Cortès Flamenco Company. He has been a member of the Ballett Zürich since the 2018/19 season, where he has performed in Christian Spuck's «Winterreise» and in the title role of Marco Goecke's «Nijinski».


At the Origen Festival he was dancing in Craig Davidson's «Existentia» (2020).