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Allynne Noelle


Allynne Noelle (Soloist) began dancing at age five in Southern California, studying under such prestigious teachers as Marnell Himes, Janek Schergen, and Alaine Haubert. Her professional career began at the age of 15. She has danced with Ballet Pacifica, Inland Pacific Ballet, Miami City Ballet, and LA Ballet. She currently performs as a principal guest artist with Barak Ballet and Sacramento Ballet. She has danced principal roles in Balanchine's Agon, The Four Temperaments, Symphony in Three Movements, Western Symphony, Swan Lake, Rubies, Apollo, the role of Odette/Odile in Swan Lake, and the role of Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty. Allynne has created original roles in works by Sonya Tayeh and Stacey Tookey (choreographers from So You Think You Can Dance), and San Francisco Ballet's Christopher Stowell. This is Allynne's second season with The Suzanne Farrell Ballet.
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