Tim Claydon’s work was previously seen at HGO in The Elixir of Love (2016) and Don Carlos and La traviata (both in 2012). Claydon trained in classical dance and has worked as a ballet dancer and trapeze artist for 20 years. He has choreographed productions including Turandot (Grand Théâtre de Genève); Un ballo in Maschera (Oslo Opera House, Royal Danish Opera): Asrael (Theater Bonn); Romeo and Juliet (The Globe); Effigies of Wickedness (The Gate); this production of Parsifal (Chicago Lyric); Pyramus and Thisbe (Canadian Opera Company); The Elixir of Love (Pittsburgh Opera, Opera North, Opera Oviedo, Chicago Lyric); Madame Butterfly and Carmen (Vlaamse Opera); The Tales of Hoffman (Malmö Opera); Belshazzar (Grange Festival); Manon Lescaut (Opera Holland Park); The Magic Flute, Idomeneo, La Comte Ory, and Falstaff (Garsington Opera); The Greek Passion, Gianni Schicchi, The Magic Flute, The Merry Widow, The Little Greats, Andrea Chénier, Peter Grimes, Albert Herring, La clemenza di Tito, and Rusalka (Opera North). His own work includes In search of Youkali, a collection of Kurt Weill songs.
THE ELIXIR OF LOVE 2016-17 (Mainstage and Miller Outdoor Theatre)
LA TRAVIATA 2011-12
THE PHOENIX 2018-19 (World premiere)
Assistant Director/Assistant Choreographer
DON CARLOS 2011-12