Jaered developed his growing interest in choreography whilst studying at the Royal Ballet School in London and then went on to win second prize in the School's annual Ursula Morton competition.
Wayward 2007. Choreography by Jaered Glavin. Performed at Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House 2.
Jaered danced with the Royal New Zealand Ballet from September 2008 - 2012. Jaered's own tribute to Lady Gaga, created during an in-house choreographic workshop, became a viral sensation on YouTube in 2010 and achieved global recognition. It gained 175,000 views in 2 weeks and became the most watched YouTube video in New Zealand that month.
Lady Gaga The Ballet 2010. Performed on Campbell Live, TV3NZ featuring dancers of The Royal New Zealand Ballet. Music by Lady Gaga, Interscope Records. Bad Romance Starsmith Remix.
In 2012 Jaered created a work called 'Feral' in collaboration with composer Robbie Ellis and the Royal New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, this work received rave reviews.
"Jaered Glavin's 'Feral', to Robbie Ellis's composition of the same name, is an aptly named wild romp through the antics of creatures from far, or perhaps of the wild side within us all. Spirited."
Dance Leaps & Sounds - Jennifer Shennan, Stuff.co.nz 18/06/12
Feral 2012. Music composed by Robbie Ellis. Choreography by Jaered Glavin. Performed by dancers from The Royal New Zealand Ballet and music by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
Jaered joined the Norwegian National Ballet in 2012. In 2015 He created #Tutumuch for the company, a challenging and daring work with pointe work for both men and women.
#Tutumuch 2015. Norwegian National Ballet Koreografi Huset. Male dancers: Marco Pagetti, Martin Dauchez. Female dancers: Samantha Lynch, Klara Mårtensson, Natasha Jones, Sae Hyun Kwon, Emma Lloyd.
Jaered has also served as a freelance choreographer for Constella Ballet & Orchestra.
Stravinsky's 'Soldier's Tale' 2013. Performed by Constella Ballet & Orchestra as part of the International Youth Arts Festival on the 15th of July 2013 at the Rose Theatre, London.