Robert Hylton | Choreographer | Movement Coach and Director
Robert Hylton is a London based international choreographer, director, movement coach and director, performer and teacher, touring, nationally and internationally since 1999 with performance, education and film work. Robert Hylton produces work that is continually evolving, thought provoking and intelligent. Exploring pure dance and story telling through narrative themes and musical expression for film, theatre and television. Working across multiple forms from hip hop to ballet and contemporary dance, creative movement and abstract dance.
Work: Supported by, commissioned and worked with
Netflix, Channel 4, ABC Australia Council for the Arts, Louis Vuitton, Selfridges, IKEA, NesCafe, Florette, Footlocker, McDonald’s, All-Bran, LVQR, Tetley Tea, Ricore, Trevor Sorbie, Lazaride’s Gallery, Blinkink, Outsider, White Lodge, Nexus, ACNE, Exscuse my French, The National Gallery, The Royal Opera House, Arts Council England, British Council, Jack Petchey Foundation, Southbank Centre, Laban, The Place, Robin Howard Foundation, Ballet Black, East London Dance, deciBel, The Mission, Greenwich Dance, Danceworks, Ludus, Dance4, Swindon Dance, London Arts, MDI, Northern Arts, HIPP - Croatian Institute for Movement and Dance Festival, Surrey Arts, Richmond Dance, Woking Dance Festival and AHRC.
Australia, New Zealand, Bangkok, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Taiwan, Belgium, Copenhagen, Cyprus, Holland, Italy, Mozambique, South Africa, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Spain, Croatia, Cuba, Uzbekistan, Libya, Algeria, Slovenia, Israel, Morocco, Romania, Lebanon.
Robert Hylton promotes dance as an enriching and vital human experience, encouraging diversity and cultural experience for all, through excellence, entertainment and educational opportunity.
An extended biography on Robert Hylton is available to researchers and students etc on request.