Corps de Ballet
Caralin Curcio is from Sparta, NJ where she began her ballet training at age seven at the Ballet Barre School of Dance. Following her studies with the Royal Academy of Dancing, Ms. Curcio had the opportunity to perform The Nutcracker with the Donesk Ballet Company from Russia at age 10. In 2003, Ms. Curcio was invited to train in New York City in the Young Dancers Program at Steps of Broadway. There, she received private coaching with Leslie Browne. In 2004, Ms. Curcio joined ASH Contemporary Dance Company where she performed many original works by director Braham Crane.
Ms. Curcio has attended summer programs at the American Academy of Ballet, The New Jersey Ballet School, Ballet Academy East, and American Ballet Theatre where she performed La Bayadere, Push Comes To Shove, and appeared as a Demi-Soloist in Paquita. She also performed as a soloist in Brahms Trio, an original ballet choreographed by Leslie Browne.
In Fall 2006, Ms. Curcio joined Pennsylvania II, became an Apprentice in 2007 and was promoted to the Corps de Ballet for the 2009-2010 Season. Since joining the Company she has danced featured roles in George Balanchine's The Nutcracker™ (Coffee), The Four Temperaments (Second Theme) and Raymonda Variations (Variation VI), Christopher Wheeldon's Swan Lake (Big Swans), and Matthew Neenan's Penumbra, Carmina Burana and 11:11. Ms. Curcio has danced in the world premiere of Jupiter Symphony by Peter Quanz and Pulcinella by Jorma Elo, as well as many other company productions including George Balanchine's Serenade and Ballo della Regina. She was also one of fourteen Pennsylvania Ballet dancers who performed in the Academy Award-winning film Black Swan.