Clinton Stringer was born and raised in South Africa. After studying for an Arts Degree there, he moved to Belgium to attend P.A.R.T.S. where he spent two years. In 2000, he joined Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s Rosas. Over the course of nine years, he was involved in many creations and restagings of repertoire pieces including »Rain«, »Drumming«, »April Me«, »Raga for the Rainy Season«, »Mozart Concert Arias« und »Bitches Brew«. He left the company to study graphic design at Sint-Lukas in Brussels. Since graduating, he has divided his time between freelancing as a graphic designer and contemporary dancer. In 2011 and 2014, Stringer was involved in the restaging of De Keersmaeker’s »Rain« at the Opéra de Paris. Furthermore, he restaged her choreography »Die Große Fuge« for the Opéra de Lyon and Companhia Nacional de Bailado in Portugal. Freelance dance projects include »Dancesmith« (2013) with Mark Lorimer and Cynthia Loemij, and »VOLCANO« (2014) with Liz Kinoshita. Stringer has also taught Rosas-technique and masterclasses at P.A.R.T.S., the Opéra de Lyon, the Opéra de Paris, the Danish National School of Performing Arts and the University of the Arts Philadelphia. In 2019 he was involved as rehearsal director for Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s choreography for the revival of »West Side Story« on Broadway, New York.