Starke Breanne


Classical Ballet / Dancer

Breanne began her ballet training at Seiskaya Ballet Academy and continued her formal training on scholarship at the Walnut Hill School with Michael Owen and Samuel Kurkjian. Breanne was an American Ballet Theatre National Training Scholar from 2002-2004, she also received extensive training from well know ballet coach Maggie Black. Breanne began her professional ballet career with Kansas City Ballet where she danced a variety of classical and contemporary ballets. Breanne’s principal roles include George Balanchine’s Apollo, Pas de Six, and Who Cares?, Twyla Tharp’s Nine Sinatra Songs and Deuce Coupe, Trey McIntyre’s The Naughty Boy, and Petipa’s Le Corsaire. In 2007 Breanne was featured in Kansas City Ballet’s production of Ib Andersen’s Romeo and Juliet. This is Breanne’s first season with Ballet Arizona.

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