(57) Jared Angle, New York City Ballet Principal Dancer

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This week we are joined by Jared Angle, New York City Ballet Principal Dancer.  Jared was born in Altoona Pennsylvania and began dancing at the age of six.  In 1996, he moved to New York City to continue his training at the School of American Ballet.  The following year he received  the Rudolph Nureyev Scholarship to continue his training at SAB.  Jared joined New York City Ballet in 1998 as a corps member and was promoted to Principal in 2005.  Today we talk with Jared about his early career, his skilled talent for partnering, being in the company with his brother Tyler, and what he sees for his future.

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