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Jared Redick



Biography

Jared Redick was raised in Reston, Virginia where he began his ballet training with his mother Julia Redick at Conservatory Ballet. He then studied at North Carolina School of the Arts, Mikhail Baryshnikov’s School of Classical Ballet and the School of American Ballet.   Mr. Redick danced with both the San Francisco Ballet, and the Fort Worth Dallas Ballet before joining the Miami City Ballet as a soloist in 1996 where he danced many leading roles including Balanchine’s Paquita, the Cavalier in The Nutcracker, Emeralds, Divertimento No. 15, Agon, Swan Lake, Theme and Variations, Steadfast Tin Soldier, Western Symphony, Hilarion and Peasant pas de Deux in Giselle, Jimmy Gamonet’s Divertimento Espanol, D Symphonies, Carmen, Partita, Paul Taylor’s Arden Court, Company B, Funny Papers, and MCB’s premiere of Sir Frederick Ashton’s Les Patineurs.  Mr. Redick is currently also a soloist with the Boston Ballet where he has danced leading roles in Cranko’s Onegin, Forsythe’s In the Middle Somewhat Elevated, Balanchines Monumentum & Movements, and Rudi Van Danzig’s Romeo and Juliet. This is his first season with The Suzanne Farrell Ballet.
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