Classical Ballet / Choreographer
Peter Wright (1926) danced with the Ballets Jooss and including Sadler\'s Wells Theatre Ballet in 1957 where he made his first choreography, A Blue Rose. In 1959 he was appointed ballet master of the Sadler\'s Wells Opera and teacher at the Royal Ballet School.
Two years later, Wright as a teacher and ballet master in the service of the Stuttgart Ballet. Here he produced his first version of Giselle, which later was acquired by the repertoire include The Royal Ballet and the National Ballet.
In 1969 Wright went back to England where he was assistant director and deputy director of The Royal Ballet was, from 1977 the artistic director of Sadler\'s Wells Royal Ballet, in 1990 renamed the Birmingham Royal Ballet.
- Dutch National Ballet