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Justin Estelle


Justin Estelle (Corps de Ballet) is from Clarendon, a small farming town in Vermont, where he began studying ballet at the age of three. He went on to study at the National Ballet School of Canada and sought out private training with Giuseppe Canale. While in grade school he also attended summer programs with American Ballet Theatre and the School of American Ballet. In 2006 he joined Richmond Ballet's trainee program, and in 2008 joined First State Ballet Theatre, where his performances include Jesus in Everlasting Arms and the Balloon Pas de Deux in Nonsense in the Sense of Innocence by Viktor Plotnikov. Most recently he competed in the 2011 and 2012 Boston International Ballet Competitions and performed as Albrecht in Giselle.