uring his dance career, Peter became interested in teaching, and often coached young dancers in the companies he was dancing with. When he retired from dancing, he continued his teaching interests and eventually accepted the post of Senior Teacher Head of the department of boys, at the prestigious Hammond School in Chester where he taught all pas de deux lessons and coached solo variations and repertoire classes.

Guest Teaching:
Het National Ballet Amsterdam, Zurich Opera House, English National Ballet Netherlands Dance Theater in Den Haag, Zurich Tanz Theatre, Swiss Chamber Ballet CH, Tanztheater (Zurich) Ventura Dance Company, Axas Dance Company, Hartford Ballet, Julliard, and Steps on Broadway.

Peter's diversified dance repertory and partnering experience lends itself to a wonderful opportunity for any student, female or male who wishes to learn the technique and art of partnering.

Dance Education:
Royal Academy of Dancing Scholar, Royal Ballet Lower School, Royal Ballet Upper School and RAD Teachers training Courses.

Professional Background:
By 1979 Peter had danced every major ballet in the Royal Ballet's repertoire and decided to broaden his horizon. He was invited to join the New London Ballet, directed by Andre Prokovsky and partnered Galina Samsova. Peters extensive dance career took him all over the world.

Guest Appearances:
New London Ballet, Northern Ballet Theater, Stadttheater Bern, Australian Ballet Company, Ballet Francaise de Nancy, Zurich Opera House, Alta Balleto, La Scala Milano, Nureyev and Friends.

Ballerinas Partnered:
Margot Fonteyn, Galina Panow, Margret Barbieri, Vyvyan Loraynne, Jeanette Ordman, Galina Samsova, Merle Park, Ilisabett Terrabust, Marion Tage, Yoko Morashito.


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