"A definition of poise and steely confidence, every bit the prima ballerina"
Amber Scott joined The Australian Ballet School at age eleven. After graduating as dux, she joined The Australian Ballet in 2001. In 2003 she spent four months on a dancer exchange at the Royal Danish Ballet, giving her the opportunity to learn the Bournonville technique firsthand. A lyrical and musical dancer, Amber relishes the many different genres in the company’s repertoire. Amber was promoted to principal artist in 2011 after performing the Second Movement from Kenneth MacMillan’s Concerto.
Career Highlights include working with Wayne McGregor on Dyad 1929 and Chroma (2009 and 2014), dancing with Robert Tewsley during the 2008 Manon season, partnering Damian Smith in Christopher Wheeldon’s After the Rain© pas de deux in 2012 and dancing with David Hallberg in Alexei Ratmansky’s Cinderella in 2013.
Photography James Braund
Adam Bull and Amber Scott in Stephen Bayne's Swan Lake
Photography Jeff Busby
Amber Scott in Molto Vivace
Photography Jez Smith