Mission

Creative Arts Davidson is an artists’ collective. Our objective is to present, create and collaborate in artistic endeavors that will inspire, transform and enrich the lives of audiences and artists alike. Whether as part of an exhibition in a museum or theater, a new choreographic work or festival, Creative Arts Davidson strives to push against the boundaries of the performing arts paradigm.

While the scope of our activity encompasses existing works, we constantly seek to find and connect with new forms and means of expression that can be adapted, or created anew, in the service of our artistic vision.

Founders

Fabien Voranger

French native, Fabien Voranger is the co-founder of Creative Arts Davidson, Founder of ART of – the innovative ballet master class supported by William Forsythe, Founder and Main shareholder of Voranger RF/ Keep Cool Fitness Center in France and a former Principal with the Semperoper Ballet, Soloist with Ballett der Wiener Staatsoper and Deutsche Oper Berlin and began his dance career with Ballet National de Marsille Roland Petit in France. As a dancer, he trained with the Royal Ballet School in London, Studio Ballet Marseille and L’Ecole de Danse de LOpéra de Paris in France. His awards include winning first prize Prix Espoir at the Prix de Lausanne in 1997 and 2013 the International Ballet Award for Best Duet at Dance Open in St. Petersburg.

Craig Davidson

Australian born choreographer Craig Davidson, received his dance education with the New Zealand School of Dance. After graduating he was offered a contract to join the Finnish National Ballet by Dinna Bjorn. Soon after he joined the Royal Ballet of Flanders where under the directorship of Kathryn Bennetts he was promoted to a Soloist, awarded a Critics’ Choice Award by Dance Europe for ‘Most Outstanding Performance by A Male Dancer’ for his performance in Impressing the Czar by William Forsythe and choreographed his first ballet in 2006 for the annual choreographic workshop. He then joined Tanz Luzerner Theater in Switzerland and after moved to Germany to become a Soloist with the Semperoper Ballett under the direction of Aaron S. Watkin. As a choreographer he has worked with the dancers of the Royal Ballet of Flanders, Finnish National Ballet, Semperoper Ballett, West Australian Ballet, Ballett Dortmund and New York City Ballet – New York Choreographic Institute.

What we do

Theatre productions
Festival
Concert
Gala
Exhibition
Museum installation

Get in touch with us

Creative Arts Davidson
Mathildenstrasse 23
01069, Dresden, Germany
Phone: +49 152 592 24689
E-Mail: management@creative-arts-davidson.com