- Coventry, England
- Institut del Teatre (Barcelona)
The Royal Ballet School
- Company Membership
Joined the Company as a principal dancer in 2016
Returned to the Company in 2018
At San Francisco Ballet, Aaron Robison danced principal roles in Tomasson’s Nutcracker (Grand Pas de Deux Prince); Scarlett’s Frankenstein (Victor Frankenstein); Tomasson/Possokhov after Petipa's Don Quixote (Basilio); Balanchine’s Stravinsky Violin Concerto; Possokhov’s Optimistic Tragedy (Captain); Tomasson’s The Fifth Season and Trio; Millepied's Appassionata; and Welch’s Pas de Deux from La Cathedrale Engloutie. He has created roles in Pita’s Salome (John), Rowe's UnSaid, and Possokhov's ". . .two united in a single soul. . .".
Elsewhere, Aaron created roles in Bintley’s E=mc2 and Take Five; Corder's Baiser de la Fée; Forsythe's Playlist (Track 1,2); Kudelka’s Passion; Morris’ The Letter V; Stewart’s Centre and Its Opposite; and Welch’s Paquita, The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, and Zodiac. His repertory includes principal or featured roles in Andersen's La Sylphide; Ashton’s The Two Pigeons; Balanchine’s Agon, The Four Temperaments, Serenade, Theme and Variations, and Who Cares?; Bintley’s Aladdin, Cyrano, and The Shakespeare Suite; Bruce’s Ghost Dances; Cranko’s The Taming of the Shrew; Eagling's The Nutcracker; Elo’s One/End/One; Forsythe’s in the middle, somewhat elevated; Gsovsky’s Grand Pas Classique; Kylián’s Petit Mort, Svedbka, and Wings of Wax; Lander’s Études; MacMillan’s Manon and Romeo and Juliet; MacMillan's Song of the Earth; Neumeier’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Nureyev’s Raymonda and Romeo and Juliet; Petipa’s Le Corsaire Pas de Deux; Robbins’ West Side Story Suite; Stevenson’s Nutcracker and The Sleeping Beauty; Vaganova’s Diana and Acteon Pas de Deux; Welch’s Giselle, Swan Lake, Clear, Maninyas, Of Blessed Memory, Powder, Tapestry, and Velocity; and Wright’s Coppélia, Giselle, Nutcracker, and The Sleeping Beauty.
His guest appearances include the Nijinsky Gala in Hamburg, Germany; Mexico's Despertares Gala; Italy’s Festival di Spoleto; and the Canada All Star Gala Ballet. In 2004 he won the gold medal at the Seoul International Ballet Competition; 1st Place Young British Dancer of the Year; and the Encouragement Award at the Prix de Lausanne. In 2012, he was named among Dance Europe's Top 100 Dancers of the Year. He was named Dance Europe Critics' Choice for Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer in 2017 for Pita's Salome, and in 2018 for Forsythe's Playlist (Track 1,2) and Approximate Sonata. In 2018, Robison was nominated for Outstanding Male Classical Performance at Critics' Circle National Dance Awards.