Teun van Roosmalen

Teun van Roosmalen (Uden, the Netherlands) received his education at the Dance Department of the Royal Conservatoire in the Hague.

He joined Dutch National Ballet in 2006 where he danced numerous full length classical ballets and soloist parts in works by George Balanchine, Krzysztof Pastor, Rudi van Dantzig and others.

In 2010, Teun joined Scottish Ballet where he danced soloist parts in a number of creations by Ashley Page, Sir Frederick Ashton and Jorma Elo, who created his ballet Kings 2 Ends for the Edinburgh International Festival 2011, and Mitch in the award winning choreography A Streetcar Named Desire by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa.

Teun joined Royal Ballet of Flanders in February 2013, dancing featured roles in Onegin (Gremin), The Green Table (Death), Don Quichot (Don Quichot), Romeo & Juliet (Lord Capulet), Approximate Sonata by William Forsythe, 10 Duets by Crystal Pite and many others.