Samantha Nagy-Chow grew up in Sacramento training at Deane Dance Center in Sacramento at ten years old with Barbara Crockett, Allyson Deane, Richard Shi and Shirin Keyani-Rose. She attended summer programs at Pacific Northwest Ballet School and San Francisco Ballet School before moving to San Francisco at the age of 15 to train full time with San Francisco Ballet School. She also graduated in three years from the acclaimed Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music with a B.S. in Ballet and an Outside Field in Education. There she performed Second Violin Soloist in Balanchine’s Concerto Barocco, Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty, Sanguinic Principal in Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments and Soloist in Peter Martin’s Eight Easy Pieces. She joined Cincinnati Ballet Second Company in 2013 and was promoted to Apprentice in 14-15 and New Dancer for the 15-16 Season. Nagy-Chow participated in the Inaugural Choreography Workshop choreographing a world premiere piece, Raison d’être.
Cincinnati Ballet dancers are hard at work learning how to sword fight for our upcoming production of Peter Pan. During one rehearsal, dancers playing Peter Pan and Captain Hook learned how to dance and spar at the same time from fight choreographer Gina Cerimele-Mechley and Peter Pan repetiteur Johanna Bernstein Wilt. Check out their fencing skills […]