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Betsy Gregory

Betsy Gregory has worked in dance for 40 years, as a performer, teacher, rehearsal director, programmer, producer, mentor and artistic director. Born in the USA, she came to London in 1972 for her final university year – and stayed. Following a three-year training at London Contemporary Dance School, she pursued a freelance career with many choreographers and companies. Most notably, she danced with the Ian Spink Group for five years and, in 1982, was a founder member of Second Stride, working with Spink, Siobhan Davies and Richard Alston. In the late 80s, she received a bursary from the Arts Council to study arts administration and from 1989-97 she worked at The Place Theatre, first as Programme Manager and later, Associate Director. In 1997 she joined Dance Umbrella and, in 2007, succeeded Val Bourne as Artistic Director, a post she held until November 2013. In September 2014 she returned to the stage, performing at Sadler’s Wells alongside eight former professional dancers, in Jonathan Burrows & Matteo Fargion’s Olivier Award nominated The Elders Project. She was awarded the Chevalier des Arts et Lettres by the French government in October 2005. She is currently a member of the board of Aerowaves and is Chair of Dance 4.

(Photo credit Ursula Kelly)

 

Mentor to:
Hylton, Martin

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 Sandy Nairne, CBE
Contributors
Trustees
Clore Mentors

Sandy Nairne, CBE
Clore Leadership Programme
Chair

 

 Sally Tallant
Clore Mentors

Sally Tallant
Liverpool Biennial
Director

 

 Sonita Alleyne
Clore Mentors

Sonita Alleyne
London Legacy Development Corporation

 

 
 
 

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