After graduating from Tallinn Ballet School Teet Kask (b. 1968) became a member of Estonian National Ballet. At the age of twenty, he was the first Estonian ballet dancer to be invited to join Royal Swedish Ballet and Norwegian National Ballet, where he enriched his skills through a wide range of classical and contemporary ballet repertoire. During that time Teet received face to face coaching from legendary choreographers like Glen Tetley, Rudi van Dantzig, Mats Ek and Jiri Kylian. In 1997 Teet choreographed his first dance creation for Norwegian National Ballet.
Curiosity and search of experience guided him to collaborate with well-known artists from other fields like photographer Knut Bry, composer Erkki-Sven Tüür, interactive artist Pia Myrvold and architect Kisa Kawakami.
In 2004 Teet took the decision to enter into City University London to heighten his consciousness as a director and choreographer. During his studies he devised a unique technique called ’Dancer as a Method’. In his creations, Teet uses both the aesthetics of classical dance as well as modern expression and likes to flirt with a certain amount of experimentation. He has become widely recognized as a unique artist/choreographer/tutor synthesizing classical and contemporary dance.