Glenn Ball began his full time formal dance training in London at a top Theatre School. During his studies he developed a love for all styles of dance and his training paid off at the age of sixteen when he successfully auditioned for the World Tour of ‘Spirit of The Dance’ completing European, UK and American tours.

Glenn then turned his attention to the ‘backing dancer’ world.  Dancing and appearing in campaigns for Pop industry giants such as Mariah Carey, Kylie Minogue, Lionel Richie, Take That, Jennifer Lopez, Scissor Sisters, Ne-yo, Taylor Swift and many more.

Also managing to fit in working on the Movie ‘Nine’ and working with Madonna on her directing debut ‘W.E’.

During his dancing years, he also began an exciting modelling career working for designers such as Louis Vuitton, Alexander McQueen, Speedo, Reebok to name a few.

More Recently, Glenn decided to hang up his performing shoes, and since has became one of the UK’s youngest and innovative professional choreographers. Glenn’s work as a choreographer is diverse, drawing from his varied career as a dancer.

West Coast Swing has always been part of Glenn’s life in dance and he even taught one of the first ever classes in the UK over 15 years ago.

Glenn competed at the US Open in 2006 with Brandi Tobias and gained recognition for his unique style, showing a more funkier side to WCS.

In 2015, Glenn hit the WCS circuit once again rising up through the divisions winning competitions in Europe and The US. Glenn also partnered up with Patty Vo and started competing in the Showcase division. Together they took part in the US Open where Glenn became the first ever Englishman to gain top 5 in a routine division placing 3rd in Showcase. Glenn also won the Open Strictly division and co-choreographed the Go-Dance Cabaret and Swing Team which both took 2nd place in their divisions.

Glenn continues his success in Strictly and J&J competition’s and was the first ever Nasde competition winner from the UK gaining 1st place in the Showcase division at numerous events.

Glenn loves the improvisation and musicality within WCS and is also loving the challenge of adding his own twist into this amazing dance form.

Glenn began his full time formal dance training in London at a top Theatre School. During his studies he developed a love for all styles of dance and his training paid off at the age of sixteen when he successfully auditioned for the World Tour of ‘Spirit of The Dance’ completing European, UK and American tours.

Glenn then turned his attention to the ‘backing dancer’ world.  Dancing and appearing in campaigns for Pop industry giants such as Mariah Carey, Kylie Minogue, Lionel Richie, Take That, Jennifer Lopez, Scissor Sisters, Ne-yo, Taylor Swift and many more.

Also managing to fit in working on the Movie ‘Nine’ and working with Madonna on her directing debut ‘W.E’.

During his dancing years, he also began an exciting modelling career working for designers such as Louis Vuitton, Alexander McQueen, Speedo, Reebok to name a few.

More Recently, Glenn decided to hang up his performing shoes, and since has became one of the UK’s youngest and innovative professional choreographers. Glenn’s work as a choreographer is diverse, drawing from his varied career as a dancer.

West Coast Swing has always been part of Glenn’s life in dance and he even taught one of the first ever classes in the UK over 15 years ago.

Glenn competed at the US Open in 2006 with Brandi Tobias and gained recognition for his unique style, showing a more funkier side to WCS.

In 2015, Glenn hit the WCS circuit once again rising up through the divisions winning competitions in Europe and The US. Glenn also partnered up with Patty Vo and started competing in the Showcase division. Together they took part in the US Open where Glenn became the first ever Englishman to gain top 5 in a routine division placing 3rd in Showcase. Glenn also won the Open Strictly division and co-choreographed the Go-Dance Cabaret and Swing Team which both took 2nd place in their divisions.

Glenn continues his success in Strictly and J&J competition’s and was the first ever Nasde competition winner from the UK gaining 1st place in the Showcase division at numerous events.

Glenn loves the improvisation and musicality within WCS and is also loving the challenge of adding his own twist into this amazing dance form.