Clinton Stringer

Nationality: GB
Current Residency: BE
Generation: 3 | 1997-2000
Last Update: January 28, 2013

Clinton Stringer was born and raised in South Africa.  After studying for an Arts Degree there, he moved to Belgium to attend P.A.R.T.S. where he spent two years.  He left the school to work for Joachim Schlömer on the production La Guerra d’Amore.  In 2000, Clinton joined Rosas (Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker).  Over the course of nine years he was involved in the creations of In Real Time, Rain, April Me, Bitches Brew, Kassandra, Raga for the Rainy Season, D'un Soir un Jour and The Steve Reich Evening.  He also participated in the re-staging of Drumming, Die Grosse Fugue, Mozart Concert Arias and Verklaerte Nacht. He left the company to study graphic design at Sint-Lukas (Brussels). Since graduating, he has divided his time between freelancing as a graphic designer and teaching contemporary dance. In 2011, he was involved in the re-staging of Rain at the Opéra de Paris. He was also involved in the re-staging of Die Grosse Fugue for the Opéra de Lyon and Companhia Nacional de Bailado (Portugal). In 2013, he will join Mark Lorimer and Cynthia Loemij in a new creation in which he will be involved both as a visual artist and a dancer.

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