Notable SAB Alumni
The School of American Ballet trains more students who go on to become professional dancers than any other ballet school in America. Over the past 80 years, some of the most notable names in dance and the performing arts were students in SAB's Summer Course and/or Winter Term. Below is a small sampling of well-known SAB alumni.
Merrill Ashley (pictured above)
Fernando Bujones (pictured above)
Suzanne Farrell (pictured above)
Maria Kowroski (pictured above)
Tanaquil LeClercq (pictured above)
Arthur Mitchell (pictured above)
Tiler Peck (pictured above)
Melinda Roy (pictured above)
Maria Tallchief (pictured above)
Daniel Ulbricht (pictured above)
Photo Credits: Ballo della Regina (Ashley), Who Cares? (Hyltin/Fairchild), Swan Lake (Kowroski) Divertimento No. 15 (Peck), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Ulbricht) by Paul Kolnik; La Sylphide (Bujones), Apollo (d’Amboise/Kent), Vienna Waltzes (Farrell), The Four Temperaments (Mitchell) © Martha Swope; Western Symphony (LeClercq) by Radford Bascombe and (Roy) by Steven Caras.
Ballo della Regina, Apollo, Vienna Waltzes, Who Cares?, Western Symphony, The Four Temperaments, Divertimento No. 15, and A Midsummer Night's Dream choreography by George Balanchine © The George Balanchine Trust.