Kasper’s performing work ranges from “Ballet Dancer to Wrestler” for the BAFTA winning Channel 4 series Faking It, to creating the title role in The Snowman (Birmingham Repertory Theatre, West End & BBC film of the stage show). Other credits include The Phantom of The Opera feature film and national tour, playing the Prince of Transylvania in the National Theatre production of My Fair Lady at Theatre Royal (Drury Lane) and as principal dancer at Glyndebourne Festival Opera. He toured France and Switzerland in Maurice Bejart’s Bolero with Sylvie Guillem and as a freelance principal artist danced ballet pas de deux as far afield as Japan.

Choreographic work includes: The Classical Brits, Comedy Shuffle (BBC3), Canvas Bag for Tim Minchin, Shakespeare’s Happy Endings (BBC4), The Terence Higgins Trust, Nickelodeon TV, Betty Blue Eyes, My Fair Lady (PPA), Degas – A Passion for Perfection (Exhibition on Screen & DVD).

He has taught classical ballet and Pas de Deux since 1997 for performing arts collages, conservatoires, international summer schools, dance companies and open classes.

Kasper also writes modern classical music for various ensembles and soloists, including seven ballet class albums, a clarinet sonata, brass quintet, works for string quartet, an oratorio and recently; a book of musical theatre songs co-written with his dear late friend Elva Makins.