The Royal BalletObsidian Tear, McGregor's first piece created on an all-male cast, premiered at the Royal Opera House in May 2016.
The Royal BalletEnmeshing themes from three of Virgina Woolf's landmark novels, with elements of her letters, essays and diaries, Woolf Works expresses the heart of an artistic life driven to discover a freer, uniquely modern realism, bringing to life Woolf's world of 'granite and rainbow' where human beings are at once both physical body and uncontained essence.More
The Royal BalletSet to orchestrated extracts of J.S. Bach's enigmatic final musical work,
The Art of Fugue, the geometry of the music inspired both McGregor's movement and designs by visual artist Tauba Auerbach.
The Royal BalletRaven Girl by the award-winning author of The Time Traveler's Wife, Audrey Niffenegger, was adapted by McGregor into a dark modern fairytale, scored by film composer Gabriel Yared.More
The Royal BalletMachina was one of three works for The Royal Ballet created in response to the Titan paintings Diana and Actaeon, The Death of Actaeon and Diana and Callisto.More
The Royal BalletMcGregor created choreography combining popular dance forms with classical ballet, while music producers Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt created the score and assembled a supergroup of musicians, including Boy George, Hero Fisher and Alison Mosshart, to perform live on stage for the 2012 premiere. Leading fashion designer Gareth Pugh reinvented traditional ballet dress to create bold, angular costumes.
The Royal BalletInspired by the balletic beauty in John Gerrard's frozen images of soldiers engaged in military exercises and the instinctive physicality of their movement, McGregor's choreography is counterpointed by Michael Tippett's . Gerrard's set comprises sculptural projections appearing both real and artificial, static and dynamic.More
The Royal BalletIn Limen, McGregor explored the idea of liminality - thresholds of darkness and light, presence and absence, life and death. It was set to Finnish composer Kaija Saariahoâ's cello concerto , centered around a solar eclipse, and was accompanied by a light installation by Tatsuo Miyajima.More
Teatro alla ScalaMcGregor's production of Purcell's interpretation of the classical tale Dido and Aeneas.More
The Royal BalletNamed after the Latin word meaning 'below', Infra presented a portrait of life beneath the surface of the city, with set design by Julian Opie and music by Max Richter.More
Nimbus was McGregor's first work as Resident Choreographer for The Royal Ballet following his appointment in 2006.More
The Royal BalletChroma explores the drama of the human body and its ability to communicate extremes of thought and emotion. More
The Royal BalletA duet created for the celebration of Frederick Ashton, 'Inspired by Ashton', set to music by Godspeed You! Black Emperor.More
The Royal BalletQualia, a duet McGregor created commissioned by The Royal Ballet in 2004.More