Corps de Ballet
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San Francisco, California
American Ballet Theatre (summer program)
School of American Ballet (summer program)
Paris Opera Ballet School (summer program)
San Francisco Ballet School
San Francisco Ballet School Trainee Program, 2014–2016
SAN FRANCISCO BALLET
Joined the Company as a member of the corps de ballet in 2016
Don Quixote (Seguidilla, Cupid, Bridesmaids, and Driads)
Harmony (originated ensemble)
Nutcracker (Clara as a student, Ballerina Doll, Queen of Snow, Sugar Plum Fairy, Snowflakes, Spanish, Grand Pas de Deux, and Flowers)
On a Theme of Paganini
Romeo & Juliet (Juliet’s Friends)
The Fifth Season
The Sleeping Beauty (Aurora/Act 3 excerpt, Fairy of Serenity, Fairy of Tenderness, Little Lilacs, Nymphs, and Enchanted Princess/Bluebird pas de deux)
Swan Lake (Act 1 pas de trois, Peasants, Cygnets, Swans, Act 3/4 corps, and Neapolitan Princess)
Divertimento No. 15 (Allegro – Corps)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Hippolyta’s Hounds and Courtiers)
Serenade (Russian corps)
Stravinsky Violin Concerto
Symphony in C
The Collective Agreement (originated)
Etudes (excerpt) (Ladies in White)
The Infinite Ocean (originated soloist role)
Makarova after Petipa
La Bayadère, Act II (“The Kingdom of the Shades”)
Mrs. Robinson (originated ensemble)
Sandpaper Ballet (Ensemble)
The Little Mermaid (School Friends and Bridesmaids)
Symphony #9 and Chamber Symphony in Shostakovich Trilogy
The Seasons (Snow, Snowflakes, the Swallow)
Cinderella (Puppeteers, Spirit of Spring/Lightness soloist, and Spring/Lightness corps)
- Won Best Female Dancer at the International Competition for The Erik Bruhn Prize, 2016.
- Placed 1st for Classical and 3rd for Contemporary in the Junior category at the Youth America Grand Prix San Francisco Semi-Finals; placed in the top 20 at Finals, New York City, 2014.
- Received the Dizzy Feet Foundation’s Angelina Ballerina Scholarship, 2011-2012.
- Performed in Helgi Tomasson: A Celebration, Harmony, 2022.
- Performed at the Dizzy Feet Gala, Los Angeles, California.
What inspired you to keep dancing during the COVID-19 lockdown?
Looking forward to one day being able to be back onstage dancing and performing again.
If you weren’t a dancer, what would your job be?
Nutritionist, designer, actor, or something else involving the arts or being creative.
Who are some of your favorite choreographers to work with at SF Ballet?
Edwaard Liang, Myles Thatcher, and Alexei Ratmansky.
What do you like to do for fun in San Francisco?
Exploring SF, check out new neighborhoods, go to museums, cafe-hop, hang out at the beach/parks, and watch the sunset.
When you have downtime from productions, what do you do to relax?
Taking bubble baths, watching movies, listening to music, and spending time/ catching up with friends and family.