Vincent Hantam/ Lewis Normand

Vincent Hantam
Vincent is from South Africa and danced most of the principal roles with Scottish Ballet from 1975-1991. He is best remembered for his Spectre De La Rose, Mercutio and Romeo in Romeo & Juliet and many more. Vincent has performed with many companies both locally and on the international stage. He has produced many ballets for various companies including O'Caritas from Peter Darrell, Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty (Act III) and Othello. Although he still dances, it is his teaching that makes him so popular both locally and abroad. He is delighted to be teaching the professional classes and especially looking forward to the community adult classes. In September 2012 Vincent became the first "Artist In Residence" at the University of Edinburgh.

Lewis Normand
Lewis Normand is a Dancer, Teacher and Choreographer based in Scotland. He graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2014 with a BA in Modern Ballet.
Lewis has danced for companies and artists such as Scottish Opera, David Hughes Dance, Errol White Company, Ashley Page, Diana Loosmore and Steinvor Palsson. He was one of five choreographers selected for this years Scottish Ballet Choreographic Mentoring Program, lead by Kerry Nichols.
Lewis has taught Ballet and Contemporary Dance to a range of students from professionals and pre vocational dancers to Adults and 60+. His teaching has taken him to various dance institutions across Scotland, including PASS, Edinburgh Dance Academy and Scottish Ballet’s Associate Program.


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