Roesner Abbey


Classical Ballet / Dancer

born in Baltimore Maryland, Abbey began her dance training The Baltimore School for the Arts. She attended the school\\\\\\\'s T.W.I.G.S. program (To Work In Gaining Skills) then attended BSA as a full time high school student from grades 9-12. After graduating second in her class, Abbey continued her studies at the Juilliard School where she received her BFA in 2006. To start her professional career, Abbey freelanced in New York City dancing for companies and choreographers including the Metropolitan Opera Ballet and the Chamber Dance Project, Wally Cardona and Davis Robertson. In 2007 she left the United States to join Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal. There, she danced works by Ohad Naharin, Stijn Celis, George Balanchine, and Fernand Nault while touring throughout Canada and Europe. She joined Armitage Gone! Dance in June of 2008 and continues to be inspired by her fellow company members and their work. In addition to her work with AG!D Abbey assists with teaching and recruitment for Elliot Feld\\\\\\\'s Ballet Tech School, and she has a passion for knitting and photography. This is Abbey’s third season with Armitage Gone! Dance.

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