(69) Allynne Noelle, Suzanne Farrell Ballet First Soloist

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This week we are joined by Allynne Noelle, Suzanne Farrell Ballet First Soloist.  Allynne started her training at the age of five in Southern California and began her professional career at age 15 with Ballet Pacifica.  In 2003 she joined Miami City Ballet where she would dance as a soloist until leaving the company in 2010.  After battling some serious injuries, she recovered and joined Los Angeles Ballet as a Principal in 2011.  In 2015 she joined The Suzanne Farrell Ballet.  She will be dancing in the company’s final shows entitled, “Forever Balanchine: Farewell Performances” at the Kennedy Center December 7th- 9th.  We caught up with Allynne while we were visiting the Kennedy Center in October.  She was kind enough to join us in the middle of her first day of rehearsals for these performances.  We talk with her about her career, struggles with injuries, her love of working with Suzanne, and she offers a preview of what audiences can expect from the Suzanne  Farrell Ballet’s Farewell Performances.

For more information on these performances and other happenings at the Kennedy Center, visit kennedy-center.org.

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