McMahon Ché Daniel


Contemporary dance / Corps de ballet

Chè Daniel McMahon, the Australian born with Irish origin, completed his dance education at the Australian Ballet School 2001 and received directly a contract as a member of the Australian Ballet. Here he was seen in classical ballets such as Swanlake or La fille mal gardée and in choreographies of Frederic Ashton and George Balanchine. With his change to the Ballets de Monte-Carlo in 2005 he also got the opportunity to dance in contemporary pieces including Sinfonietta by Jiri Kylian, The Second Detail by William Forsythe and Altro Canto by Jean-Christophe Maillot.

He joined the Corps de ballet of the Bavarian State Ballet in the season 2007/2008.

Debut 2007/2008
Solo in Enemy in the Figure (W. Forsythe)
Ebony Concerto (J. Cranko)
Solo in Violakonzert/II (M. Schläpfer)
Hindu-Tanz in La Bayadère (Bart)

Debut 2008/2009
Zugvögel (J. Kylián), creation
Minister (incl. Letter-Solo) in A Cinderella Story (Neumeier)
Spanish Dance in Swan Lake (Barra)
Companion in Raymonda (Petipa)

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