Cecilia Selander Moss
Artistic Director of The Royal Swedish Ballet School Stockholm-Sweden
Artistic Director of the Royal Swedish Ballet School since August 2017.
Cecilia started her professional career in the Gothenburg Ballet under the direction of Ulf Gadd, choreographer and dancer who reformed the modern dance theatre in Sweden. She stayed in the company in Gothenburg as a dancer for 18 years. Performing a classical repertoire with modern creations. In 1994 the company moved more into the contemporary field. Under the direction of Robert North, Cecilia created many roles in his ballets and later when the company was directed by Anders Hellström new works by Jacopo Godani, Martino Muller and many more.
Cecilia took on the role as Ballet Master for 2003-2014 working with choreographers such as Jirí Kylian, Izik Galili, Didy Veldman, Mats Ek, Javier de Frutos, Alexander Ekman, Tero Saarinen and others.
In later years she moved into producing and tour direction for the Göteborgsoperans Danskompani.
Since 2017 Cecilia is the artistic director of The Royal Swedish Ballet School where she once graduated. It’s a vocational school that stretches from the age 10 to 19. The secondary school is divided into two programmes, Classical Ballet and Contemporary Dance. The school is affiliated with The Royal Swedish Ballet and situated in the city of Stockholm by the waterfront.
Dancer/Choir with the Folkopera of Stockholm 1986-1987
Aida and Magic Flute. Including guest performances in Edinburgh.
Stora Teaterns Ballet - later GöteborgsOperans Balett 1987–2005
Repertoir: Swanlake, Tango Buenos Aires 1909 (Ulf Gadd), Giselle (Tiit Härm), Sylvia (László Seregi), Harmagedon (Ulf Gadd), In the garden of Memories (Jorma Uotinen), Rite of Spring (Ulf Gadd), Firebird (Gadd),
Nutcracker (Pär Isberg), Prins Rama and the Demons (Robert North), Death and the Maiden (Robert North),
Life Love and Death (North), The Russian Story (North), Living in America (North),
Enemy in the Figure (William Forsythe), Axioma 7 (Ohad Naharin), Twighlight Arias and Digital Secrets (Jacopo Godani), Romeo and Juliet (Martino Muller) et al.