9 September 2020
Pennsylvania Ballet’s Artistic Director Angel Corella announced today the addition of six dancers to the company, including two newcomers and four former Pennsylvania Ballet II (PBII) dancers. The company also welcomed new PBII dancers and announced a batch of promotions in preparation for the upcoming season.
“We are dedicated to preserving and extending the legacy of our celebrated organization by adding incredible talent to the fold and promoting those who have shown great promise over the years,” says Angel Corella. “We’ve been met with several challenges this year, but with the addition of our incredibly rich roster of dancers, we’re eager to get back on stage and deliver an unforgettable performance next season.”
Fernanda Oliveira has been named a member of Pennsylvania Ballet’s corps de ballet for the 2020-2021 season, while Mine Kusano, Paloma Berjano Torrado, Emily Wilson, Isaac Hollis and Jeremy Power are appointed as apprentices with the Company.
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