Emily trained for ten years at Studio Maestro (now Manhattan Youth Ballet) in New York City, studying with Francois Perron, Deborah Wingert, Marina Stavitskaya and Fabrice Herrault, among others. She also trained at LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts in ballet and Graham modern technique. She attended summer intensives and spent her senior year of high school at Miami City Ballet School. Emily was awarded annual dance scholarships while attending Goucher College in Baltimore, MD, where she earned her BA, double majoring in Physics and Psychology. While there, she had the honor of dancing Second Violin in George Balanchine’s Concerto Barocco, and performed in works restaged by choreographers Jessica Lang, Pascal Rioult, and Christopher Fleming. She also danced in new works by Gina Patterson, Emory LeCrone, Amy Seiwert, Brian Reeder, and Zippora Karz. Emily moved to Dallas in 2014 and has had the pleasure of working with Mejia Ballet International, Dallas Neo-Classical Ballet, and Ballet Concerto. She is honored to begin another season with Ballet Dallas under the direction of Carter Alexander. 

Photo by Brian Guilliaux