Kamal Singh was born in New Delhi, India. He received his early training on a scholarship at the school of the Imperial Fernando Ballet Company, (IFBC), under the direction of Maestro Fernando Aguilera, an Argentine ballet dancer from the Colon Theater, Buenos Aires.
During his time as a student at IFBC, Kamal performed in ballets such as The Nutcracker (as the Nutcracker Prince), Sleeping Beauty (as Blue Bird), Spartacus (in the title role), Romeo and Juliette (as Benvolio), Giselle (as Albrecht), and The Legend of Love (as Ferkhad).
In July 2019 he attended the Russian Masters summer program, at the Vaganova Academy, St Petersburg, Russia. He was chosen to perform as Armen, a soloist role in the ballet Gayane at the final Gala Performance, after which he was offered a full scholarship to return the following year.
In 2020 he was selected by Viviana Durante, the Artistic Director of the English National Ballet School, to join the Professional Trainee Programme. There he performed in Not So Strictly choreographed by Didy Veldman and God’s Away on Business choreographed by Morgann Runacre Temple. During his time at ENBS he was also selected to perform in a production of Cinderella with the Birmingham Royal Ballet.
After graduating from ENBS, he was invited to train at the Akram Khan Company and was also invited by Kevin O’Hare to attend company classes at the Royal Ballet in
London. He was subsequently selected to perform alongside Sergei Polunin for the SkyArt television special Play in a Day at the Alexandra Palace Theatre.
Kamal excels in both classical and contemporary roles, combining expressive talent with technical skill. He has been the subject of news features by a range of outlets, including The Guardian, The Telegraph, CBS News, TV 9, India Today, New Delhi TV, BBC News, ITV, The Times of India, Forbes India, La Prensa Latina Media, and the BBC World Service. He was also chosen as a Forbes “30 under 30”, Asia 2021 honoree.