Dyer Shelby

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Classical Ballet / Soloist

Shelby Dyer began her professional career as a member of Ballet Internationale Indianapolis where she performed for three seasons under the direction of Eldar Aliev, and working closely with Irina Kolpakova, Vladilen Semenov and Tatiana Pali. She performed leading roles with the company in Indianapolis and also toured to Taiwan, Canada, Los Angeles and many other cities in the United States. In 2006, she joined Tulsa Ballet Theater and danced solo roles in the productions of The Sleeping Beauty and George Balanchine\\\'s Western Symphony. After completing the 2006 season with Tulsa Ballet, Dyer joined Cincinnati Ballet Company for the remainder of its 2006 season, and then joined Colorado Ballet that same year. It also happened to be Colorado Ballet’s first season under the direction of Gil Boggs. Dyer was drawn to Colorado Ballet by the exciting new concept Boggs envisioned for the already prestigious company. He supplies the dancers with a wide variety of exciting productions, an environment that encourages personal growth and the opportunity to work with many great choreographers from around the world. During her five seasons with Colorado Ballet, Dyer has greatly appreciated the supportive community of Denver and is looking forward to sharing many more of her performances with Denver. Her gala performances include the Florida International Ballet Gala, the Stars of the Russian National Ballet Gala in Chicago and the Vail International Dance Festival. She has also worked with accomplished choreographers Christopher Wheeldon, Rldar Aliev, Vladimir Angelov, Young Soon Hue, Lila York, Amy Seiwert, Jessica Lang, Michael Pink, Brian Reeder and Lynne Taylor-Corbett. Dyer’s notable performances include Lisa in La Fille Mal Gardee, Dryad Queen and Flower Girl in Don Quixote, Gulnara and Third Odalisque in Le Corsaire, the Peasant Pas de Deux in Giselle, Canary Fairy, Miette Fairy and the Blue Bird Pas de Deux in The Sleeping Beauty, a Little Angel in The Creation of the World, Fairy Doll Pas de Trois, The Dying Poet Pas de Deux in Great Galloping Gottschalk and Dew Drop Fairy and Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker.

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