Sir
Wayne McGregor
Wayne McGregor
Born12 March 1970 (1970-03-12) (age 54)
Stockport, England
Occupation(s)Choreographer, director

Sir Wayne McGregor, CBE (born 12 March 1970) is a British choreographer and director who has won multiple awards. He is the Artistic Director of Studio Wayne McGregor and Resident Choreographer of The Royal Ballet.[1] McGregor was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) 2011 for Services to Dance.[2]

Biography

McGregor was born in Stockport, in 1970. He studied dance at Bretton Hall College of the University of Leeds[3] and in New York. In 1992 he was appointed Choreographer-in-Residence at The Place, London, and in the same year he founded his own company, Random Dance (now Company Wayne McGregor). Company Wayne McGregor was invited to be the first Resident Company at the new Sadler's Wells in 2002.[4] Appointed in 2006, McGregor is the first Resident Choreographer of The Royal Ballet from a contemporary dance background. In 2021, McGregor was announced as the Director of Dance for the Venice Biennale until 2024.[5] McGregor is Professor of Choreography at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance[6] and holds an Honorary Doctor of Science degree[7] from Plymouth University as well as an Honorary Doctor of Letters from University of Leeds[8] and University of Chester.[9] McGregor also holds an Honorary Doctor from University of the Arts London.[10] He is part of the Circle of Cultural Fellows at King's College London.[11] In 2017 he was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the British Science Association.[12] McGregor topped the list for dance in The Progress 1000 celebration of London's most influential people in 2018.[13] In 2021 McGregor was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Prix de Lausanne.[14]

Career

Founded in 1992 (formerly known as Random Dance Company and Wayne McGregor | Random Dance), Studio Wayne McGregor encompasses McGregor's touring company of dancers, Company Wayne McGregor, and all of McGregor's creative work in dance, film, theatre, opera, fashion, technology, and TV. Studio Wayne McGregor also leads extensive learning and engagement projects nationally and internationally, artist development initiatives, and research and development work with science and technology partners. Significant large-scale engagement projects include Big Dance in Trafalgar Square as part of the 2012 London Olympics,[15] and LightLens for Aarhus European City of Culture in 2017.[16]

McGregor has made over 30 works for Company Wayne McGregor (including A Body for Harnasie,[17] UniVerse: A Dark Crystal Odyssey,[18] Autobiography,[19] Tree of Codes,[20] Atomos,[21] FAR[22] and Entity[23]), and over 20 works for The Royal Ballet (including The Dante Project,[24] Yugen,[25] Obsidian Tear,[26] Woolf Works,[27] Carbon Life,[28] Infra[29] and Chroma[30]).

He also regularly creates new work for international companies including National Ballet of Canada (MADDADDAM[31]), La Scala Theatre Ballet (LORE[32]), Paris Opera Ballet (Genus, L'Anatomie de la Sensation,[33] Alea Sands[34]), Bayerisches Staatsballett Munich (Sunyata[35]), American Ballet Theatre (AfteRite,[36] a co-production with Royal Danish Ballet), San Francisco Ballet (Borderlands[37]), Stuttgart Ballet (EDEN | EDEN, Yantra[38]), New York City Ballet (Outlier[39]), The Australian Ballet (Dyad 1929[40]), Ballett Zürich (Kairos[41]) and Rambert (PreSentient[42]), and has works in the repertories of companies including Bolshoi Ballet (Chroma[43]), Mariinsky Ballet (Infra[44]) and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (Chroma[45] and Kairos[46]).

McGregor has worked on choreography and movement direction for numerous feature films and documentaries including Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,[47] The Legend of Tarzan,[48] Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,[49] Sing,[50] Mary Queen of Scots[51] and Audrey[52] as well as choreographing music videos for Radiohead (Lotus Flower[53]), Atoms for Peace (Ingenue[54]) and The Chemical Brothers (Wide Open[55]). He has also worked on numerous fashion and TV works and projects including choreography for Paloma Faith's performance at the 2015 Brit Awards[56] as well as directing and choreographing the opening sequence for the award show in 2016,[57] collaborating with Gareth Pugh for his London and New York Fashion weeks in 2014 and 2017 respectively,[58][59] and fashion films Soma for COS[60] and Torus for SHOWstudio.[61] In 2016, McGregor directed and choreographed Selfridges' everyBODY advertising campaign.[62]

McGregor has directed opera (Dido and Aeneas and Acis and Galatea for La Scala/Royal Opera[63]), and choreographed for theatre (productions at ENO,[64] Old Vic,[65] National Theatre[66] and Donmar Warehouse[67][68]). In 2022 he choreographed ABBA Voyage, a concert featuring virtual avatars of pop band ABBA depicting the group as they appeared in 1977.[69]

McGregor has collaborated with composers (Thomas Adès, Jlin, John Tavener, Mark-Anthony Turnage, Kaija Saariaho, Jon Hopkins, Max Richter, Joby Talbot/The White Stripes, Rokia Traore, Steve Reich, Jamie xx, Scanner), visual artists and designers (Thierry Mugler, Tacita Dean, Lucy Carter, Edmund de Waal, Random International, Olafur Eliasson, Ben Cullen Williams, Mark Wallinger, Vicki Mortimer, Aitor Throup, Shirin Guild), filmmakers and photographers (Ravi Deepres, Ruth Hogben, Nick Knight, Robin Friend), architects (We Not I, John Pawson), and writers (Margaret Atwood, Audrey Niffenegger, Uzma Hameed).[70]

Studio Wayne McGregor's building opened at Here East on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in March 2017. Designed by architectural practice We Not I, the creative arts space for making contains three large dance studios, meeting and collaboration spaces.[71] It also features artwork installations by Haroon Mirza, Carmen Herrera, a work by artist Ben Cullen Williams, original artworks by We Not I based on Josef Albers' Structural Constellations and Homages to the Square, and Anni Albers' Study for Camino Real, with permission from The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation.[72]

Credits

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Awards

Year Association Category Nominated work Result
1996 Olivier Award Best Theatre Choreographer A Little Night Music (Wayne McGregor) Nominated[73]
1998 L'Adami Prize for Performance Choreography The Millennarium (Company Wayne McGregor) Won
2000 Critics' Circle Award Best Modern Choreography Aeon (Company Wayne McGregor) Nominated
2001 South Bank Show Award Dance Aeon (Company Wayne McGregor) Nominated
2001 Critics' Circle Award Best Modern Choreography The Trilogy (Company Wayne McGregor) Nominated
2001 Critics' Circle Award Best Classical Choreography Symbiont(s) (The Royal Ballet) Nominated
2001 Time Out Award Outstanding Achievement in Dance Symbiont(s) (The Royal Ballet) Won
2001 Dance Magazine 25 to Watch Wayne McGregor n/a
2002 Critics' Circle Award Best Modern Choreography Nemesis (Company Wayne McGregor) Nominated
2002 IMZ International Dance Screen Competition Best Choreographic Film chrysalis (Company Wayne McGregor) Won
2002 International Dance Screen Award The Dancer's Body (BBC Two) Won
2002 Prix Benois de la Danse Male Dancer Aeon (Company Wayne McGregor) Nominated[74]
2003 Time Out Award Outstanding Choreography PreSentient (Rambert Dance Company) Won
2003 Videoformes Festival Prix de la Creation Video chrysalis (Company Wayne McGregor) Won
2004 Critics' Circle Award Outstanding Achievement in Dance 2Human (English National Ballet) Won
2005 South Bank Show Award Dance category AtaXia (Company Wayne McGregor) Nominated
2005 Critics' Circle Award Best Modern Choreography AtaXia (Company Wayne McGregor) Nominated
2006 Critics' Circle Award Best Modern Choreography Amu (Company Wayne McGregor) Won
2007 Critics' Circle Award Best Classical Choreography Chroma (The Royal Ballet) Won[75]
2007 Olivier Award Best New Dance Production Chroma (The Royal Ballet) Won[76]
2007 Olivier Award Outstanding Achievement in Dance Chroma (The Royal Ballet) Nominated[77]
2007 The Stage 100 Opera/Dance/Musicals Wayne McGregor
2008 Dance Week Festival, Zagreb Audience Award Entity (Company Wayne McGregor) Won
2008 IMZ Choreographic Capture Award Tremor 3rd Prize
2008 Green Room Award Dance Ensemble Dyad 1929 (Australian Ballet) Nominated
2008 Green Room Award Betty Pounder Award for Choreography Dyad 1929 (Australian Ballet) Nominated
2008 Green Room Award Design Dyad 1929 (Australian Ballet) Nominated
2008 Danza&Danza Magazine Awards Best Show of the Year Entity (Company Wayne McGregor) Won
2009 South Bank Show Award Dance category Entity (Company Wayne McGregor) and Infra (The Royal Ballet) Won
2009 International Theatre Institute Excellence in International Dance Wayne McGregor Won
2009 Ballet Tanz Choreographer of the Year Wayne McGregor Won
2009 Prix Benois de la Danse Choreographer Infra (The Royal Ballet) Won[78]
2009 Movimentos Dance Award Movimentos Dance Prize Entity (Company Wayne McGregor) Won
2009 Critics' Circle Award Best Classical Choreography Infra (The Royal Ballet) Won
2009 Olivier Award Best New Dance Production Infra (The Royal Ballet) Nominated[79]
2009 Olivier Award Outstanding Achievement in Dance Infra (The Royal Ballet) Nominated[80]
2010 Helpmann Award Best Ballet or Dance Work Dyad 1929 (Australian Ballet) Nominated
2010 Helpmann Award Best Choreography Dyad 1929 (Australian Ballet) Nominated
2010 Globe de Cristal Opera or Dance category Genus (Paris Opera Ballet) Nominated
2010 Globe de Cristal Musical category Kirikou et Karaba (Maison de la Danse de Lyon) Nominated
2010 South Bank Show Award Dance category Limen (The Royal Ballet) Nominated
2011 Dora Mavor Moore Award Outstanding Choreography Chroma (National Ballet of Canada) Nominated
2011 Dora Mavor Moore Award Outstanding Performance Chroma (National Ballet of Canada) Nominated
2011 Dora Mavor Moore Award Outstanding Production Chroma (National Ballet of Canada) Nominated
2011 Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) For Services to Dance Wayne McGregor Won
2011 Evening Standard 1000 Most Influential Londoners The Arts - Dance Wayne McGregor [81]
2012 h. Club 100 (Hospital Club / Time Out) 100 most influential, innovative and interesting people in the creative and media industries Wayne McGregor
2012 Golden Mask Award Critics' Prize Chroma (Bolshoi Ballet) Won
2012 Grammy Award Best Music Video Lotus Flower (Radiohead, choreography by Wayne McGregor) Nominated
2012 Dance on Camera, New York Wayne McGregor - Going Somewhere (director Catherine Maximoff) Won
2012 London Award for Art & Performance Dance Wayne McGregor Nominated
2012 Evening Standard 1000 Most Influential Londoners The Arts - Dance Wayne McGregor [82]
2013 Evening Standard 1000 Most Influential Londoners The Arts - Dance Wayne McGregor [83]
2013 South Bank Sky Arts Award Best Choreography Atomos (Company Wayne McGregor) Nominated
2013 UK Music Video Awards Best choreography in a music video Ingenue (Atoms For Peace) Nominated
2013 Huading Award, China Global Best Dance Actor Wayne McGregor Nominated
2014 Sunday Times Makers of the 21st Century Wayne McGregor
2014 Taglioni European Ballet Award Best Production Raven Girl (The Royal Ballet) Nominated
2014 Power 1000: Evening Standard 1000 Most Influential Londoners The Arts - Dance Wayne McGregor [84]
2014 Dance Magazine Award Wayne McGregor Won
2014 Helpmann Award Best Ballet or Dance Work Chroma (The Royal Ballet) Won[85]
2015 Golden Mask Awards Best Ballet/Production Infra (Mariinsky Ballet) Nominated[86]
2015 Golden Mask Awards Musical Theatre Jury's Special Award Infra (Mariinsky Ballet) Won[87]
2015 The Progress 1000: London's most influential people (Evening Standard) The Arts - Dance Wayne McGregor [88]
2015 Positano Premia la Danza Leonide Massine Award: Show of the Year Woolf Works (The Royal Ballet) Won[89]
2015 Sense Awards Arts Partnership of the Year Sense Creative Learning Project (Studio Wayne McGregor) Won
2015 Manchester Theatre Awards Robert Robson Award for Dance Tree of Codes (Wayne McGregor, Olafur Eliasson, Jamie xx for Company Wayne McGregor and Paris Opera Ballet) Nominated
2015 Manchester Theatre Awards Best Design Tree of Codes (Wayne McGregor, Olafur Eliasson, Jamie xx for Company Wayne McGregor and Paris Opera Ballet) Won
2015 Critics' Circle National Dance Award Best Classical Choreography Woolf Works (The Royal Ballet) Won[90]
2016 UK Music Video Awards Best Music Video: Dance Wide Open (The Chemical Brothers feat. Beck, choreography by Wayne McGregor) Won
2016 Olivier Awards Best New Dance Production Woolf Works (The Royal Ballet, Wayne McGregor) Won
2016 South Bank Sky Arts Award Dance category Woolf Works (The Royal Ballet) Nominated[91]
2016 Creative Review Music Videos of the Year for 2016 Music: Video category Wide Open (The Chemical Brothers feat. Beck, choreography by Wayne McGregor) Won[92]
2017 World's Department Store Forum World's Best Department Store Campaign everyBODY (Selfridges) Won
2018 Helpmann Awards Best Ballet Woolf Works (The Royal Ballet, Queensland Performing Arts Centre) Nominated[93]
2018 Helpmann Awards Best Choreography in a Ballet, Dance or Physical Theatre Production Woolf Works (The Royal Ballet) Nominated[94]
2018 Danza&Danza Magazine Awards Best Contemporary Dance Performance Autobiography (Company Wayne McGregor) Won
2018 Olivier Awards Best New Dance Production Tree of Codes (Wayne McGregor, Olafur Eliasson, Jamie xx for Company Wayne McGregor and Paris Opera Ballet at Sadler's Wells) Nominated
2018 D&AD Awards Yellow Pencil Spatial Design / Set & Stage Design Autobiography (Ben Cullen Williams, Studio Wayne McGregor) Won[95]
2018 The Charles and Joan Gross Family Foundation Gross Family Prize Autobiography, Wayne McGregor and Jlin in recognition of an outstanding new collaboration between dance and music (Company Wayne McGregor) Won[96]
2018 The Progress 1000: London's most influential people (Evening Standard) Most Influential Person: Dance Wayne McGregor [97]
2018 Critics' Circle Award Best Classical Choreography Yugen (The Royal Ballet, Wayne McGregor) Nominated
2019 FWA FWA of the Day: 16 January 2019 Living Archive: An AI Performance Experiment (Wayne McGregor and Google Arts & Culture Lab) Won
2019 The Frame Awards Project with best use of digital technology Living Archive: An AI Performance Experiment (Ben Cullen Williams, Studio Wayne McGregor) Nominated
2021 Prix de Lausanne Lifetime Achievement Award Wayne McGregor Won[98]
2021 Aesthetica Art Prize Future Now: Aesthetica Art Prize 2021 (Installation) Living Archive: An AI Performance Experiment (Ben Cullen Williams, Studio Wayne McGregor) Won
2021 Prix Benois de la Danse Choreographer The Dante Project (The Royal Ballet) Nominated
2022 Critics' Circle Award Best Classical Choreography The Dante Project (The Royal Ballet) Nominated
2022 South Bank Sky Arts Awards Dance category The Dante Project (The Royal Ballet) Won[99]
2022 Danza & Danza Magazine Awards Ballet Company Production LORE (Teatro alla Scala) Won[100]
2023 Prix Benois de la Danse Choreographer MADDADDAM (National Ballet of Canada) Nominated [101]
2023 Dora Mavor Moore Award Outstanding Original Choreographer MADDADDAM (National Ballet of Canada) Nominated[102]
2023 Dora Mavor Moore Award Outstanding Production MADDADDAM (National Ballet of Canada) Nominated[103]
2023 Walpole British Luxury Awards Artistic Pioneer Wayne McGregor Winner[104]
2024 Critics' Circle Award Best Classical Choreography Untitled, 2023 (The Royal Ballet) Nominated[105]

Personal life

McGregor and his partner, Antoine Vereecken, have restored a modernist house in southwest England.[106]

He was knighted in the 2024 King's Birthday Honours "for services to dance".[107]

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