'Luminous Junc•ture is a hymn of hope with a dance language both lyrical and brutal. Tindall makes you think while throughly enjoying every minute' - Jeffrey Taylor, Sunday Express
Casanova is an impressive and exhilerating evening of ballet' - Mark Brown, The Telegraph, London
Kenneth Tindall has emerged as one of Britain's most exciting independant choreographers. His first full length ballet Casanova received much critical acclaim and standing ovations throughout its recent tour of the UK including a sellout week at Sadlers Well's and is due to be broadcast on SkyArts on Easter Sunday 2019.
With his first professional commission, Kenneth won the Production Prize at the 26th International Choreographic Competition in Hanover. In September 2014 Kenneth was nominated for 'Best Young Choreographer' at the inaugural Taglioni European Ballet Awards and was also selected to take part in the 2014/15 Dance UK Future Arts Cultural Leaders Mentoring programme.
In 2015 Kenneth was nominated for two UK National Dance Awards from the Critics Circle, for 'Emerging Artist' and 'Best Classical Choreography' for his ballet The Architect. Most recently, Kenneth was recognised again for his work, with a second 'Best Classical Choreography' nomination at the Critics Circle National Dance Awards 2017 and was the recipient of the 'Outstanding Achievement in a New Dance Production' in the Broadway World U.K Awards 2017, for Casanova.
2018 saw Kenneth take up the position of Artistic Director of Digital and Choreographer in Residence at Northern Ballet alongside his freelance work. His newest one act ballet, The Shape of Sound, was premiered by Northern Ballet at the Stanley and Audrey Burton Theatre, Leeds on the 12th September.
On 16th Feburary, 2019, Milwaukee Ballet premiered Kenneth's Beyond the Break as part of the Genesis 2019 programme. The work went on to win the Audience Vote. In Autumn 2019, Kenneth created Polarity, a new ballet for Cape Town City Ballet in South Africa.
In March 2020, Northern Ballet will present the world premiere of Kenneth's second full-evening ballet, Geisha.