Ballet. Fashion. Art.
London born, Solomon Golding is quickly becoming one of the brightest talents in the dance world. At 26, he has already made history by becoming the first black British born dancer in The Royal Ballet's 86 year history. He has worked with some of the worlds leading choreographers including Wayne McGregor, Crystal Pite, Hofesh Shechter and Alonzo King to name a few, casting him in leading roles and world premieres. He has also begun generating interest in the fashion world having been photographed by some of the worlds top photographers including Harley Weir and David LaChappelle and been featured in fashion films for I-D Magazine, Selfridges and Burberry. He also had a ten page spread in BoysbyGirls magazine and was featured in the 2018 September issue of Tatler magazine.
In 2019 Solomon founded his company House of Solomon, an art curation and production company collaborating with artists and influencers from different artistic disciplines including dance, art, music and fashion.