The Royal Ballet School
Angela Towler is currently contemporary dance teacher at The Royal Ballet School for both the lower and upper school students.
Angela trained at London Contemporary Dance School. After graduating she joined Richard Alston Dance Company until 1999 when she was then invited to dance with Rambert Dance Company under the Directorship of Christopher Bruce CBE and later with Mark Baldwin OBE.
During her 14 years as a performer with Rambert Dance Company Angela danced and created many leading roles for Internationally celebrated Choreographers including: Christopher Bruce, Merce Cunningham, Wayne McGregor, Jiri Kylian, Mats Ek, Javier De Frutos, Michael Clark, Hans Van Manon and Mark Baldwin to name a few.
Nominated Critics’ Circle National Dance Award
She was nominated for the Critics’ Circle National Dance Award for Outstanding Female Performance (Modern) and for a TMA award for Achievement in Dance for her outstanding performance in Merce Cunningham’s Pond Way and named 25th most influential Scot in Scottish List’s ‘Top 100 most influential Scots’.
Angela choreographed several works for Rambert’s New Choreographer Platform a.o. Divine Influence and See Me both entered the Rambert repertoire. She also choreographed for BBC, ITV and in 2011 she choreographed the award nominated ‘Wella ITVA Awards’, New York, for Jack Morton Worldwide.
Angela has been working with many national and international companies such as National Dance Company of Wales, Scottish Dance Theatre, Richard Alston Dance Company and The Budapest Dance Theatre
In 2013 she took on the role as Rehearsal Director for Rambert until leaving in 2019.
She worked as Rehearsal Director with Scottish Dance Theatre before taking the role as contemporary dance teacher at The Royal Ballet School.