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I am a freelance dancer currently based out of NYC.  Most recently, I danced with Dayton Ballet, performing soloist and principal roles.  Under the direction of Karen Burke, I  performed works by renowned choreographers such as  Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Gerald Arpino, Ma Cong, Steven Mills, and Septime Webre.   Prior to Dayton Ballet, I danced for Orlando Ballet and Oklahoma City Ballet, working with choreographers such as Jordan Morris and Victoria Morgan.  I began dancing at the Dance Center Evanston under the direction of Béa Rashid where my love for all styles of dance was fostered.  I received further training under Alexei Kremnev, Anna Reznik, Philip Broomhead, Suzanne Farrell, Patricia McBride, and Jean Pierre Bonnefoux.  Some of my favorite ballets to perform have been George Balanchine's "Who Cares?" and "Rubies,"  and the role of Myrtle in Ron Cunningham's "The Great Gatsby."  As a freelancer, my passion for dance has been ignited even further as I have been able to explore more movement outside of the ballet realm.  

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