Repertoire (roles and dances):
- Colas - La Fille mal gardée by Ferdinand Hérold and John Lanchbery, choreography by Sir Frederick Ashton
- Siegfried – Swan Lake by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, choreography by Gheorghe Iancu after Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov’s version
- Gurn / Pas de six - La Sylphide by Herman Severin Løvenskiold, choreography by Johan Kobborg, after August Bournonville’s version
- Pas d’action – La Bayadère by Ludwig Minkus, choreography by Marius Petipa, adapted by Mihai Babuşka
- Lankedem / Birbanto’s Friends – Le Corsaire by Adolphe Ch. Adam, choreography by Vasily Medvedev, adapted after Marius Petipa’s version
- A Man of Montague / Tybalt’s Help - Romeo and Juliet by Sergei Prokofieff, choreography by Kenneth MacMillan
- The Teenager / The Old Man - The Rite of Spring by Igor Stravinsky, choreography by Kenneth MacMillan
- The Tea (Chinese dance) / Trépak (Russian dance) / The Devil - The Nutcracker by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, choreography by Peter Wright
- En bateau (2011)
- Soloist - Yondering (adaptated after John Neumeier), Dawn of Youth (choreographic version by Samantha Raine), Reawakening (choreographic version by Antonio Castilla).
- Classical symphony, choreography by Yuri Possokhov
- Petite Mort, choreography by Jiří Kylián
Barnaby Bishop studied the art of dance in London, at the Royal Ballet, from 2011 to the present time, under the guidance of numerous ballet masters, including Gaileen Stock, Sir Anthony Dowell, David Yow, Frank Freeman and Antonio Castilla. He won the Second Prize at the “Young British Artists of the Year” Competition, in 2012, and he was finalist of the same competition at the previous edition, in 2011. He attended numerous training courses, including those of the Royal Ballet Summer School, in 2010, and the Ballet Seminars in Yorkshire, in 2009.