About Jared Angle
New York, New York
Jared Angle (CBA ’20) is a Principal Dancer with New York City Ballet. He started his ballet training in Altoona, Pennsylvania, before continuing his studies at the School of American Ballet, the official school of New York City Ballet. Since joining the company in 1998, he has danced many works by George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins. He has originated roles in new works by Peter Martins, Twyla Tharp, Benjamin Millepied, Justin Peck, Richard Tanner, Melissa Barak, Helgi Tomasson, and Christopher Wheeldon, among others. Guest appearances include Rome Opera Ballet, Singapore Ballet, Nevada Ballet Theater, and the 2015 Kennedy Center Honors televised on CBS.
As a dancer known for partnering skills, Angle wants to explore the style and technique of partnering in George Balanchine’s ballets, and hopes to define what he has spent his career practicing. Angle is also interested in the ways that Balanchine’s ballet partnering technique can be used in new ways and to portray different relationships onstage.
At CBA, @nycballet dancer Jared Angle is exploring the style and technique of partnering in George Balanchine’s ballets, hoping to define what he has spent his career practicing. Learn more >> https://t.co/9KPphttKHK
— The Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU (@CBA_NYU) November 8, 2019