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Jasmine Getz
Lost Boy

Sleepy Hollow, IL

Education & Training:
Faubourg School of Ballet, Joffrey Ballet in Chicago, Ballet Austin. Associate in Arts Degree with a focus in Business.

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What is your favorite thing about the Dayton Ballet?
My favorite thing about Dayton Ballet is the variety. All of our performances throughout the year bring something new, innovative, and fresh while also tying in the classics we all know and love.

Favorite role or costume so far?
My favorite role thus far has been Arabian in the nutcracker. It has been a dream role of mine since I was a little girl.

What organizations have you previously danced with?
I have danced with Cocodaco Dance Project, a contemporary company in Evanston, IL

Do you have any pre-concert rituals or routines?
The pre-concert ritual I have is to take a couple deep breaths before entering the stage. It helps calm my nerves and adrenaline building up.

What is your favorite Dayton Ballet memory?
My favorite memory at the Dayton Ballet was when we performed Gerald Aprino’s Light Rain! The music for light rain was a unique East-West fusion with lots of intricate rhythms. The choreography and costumes were both sensual and different. Everyone from the dancers to the audience were having fun!

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Jasmine Getz is from Chicago, Illinois and began dancing at the age of 3. Her pre-professional training began at Faubourg school of Ballet under the direction of Tatyana Mazur. She then continued at the Joffrey Ballet in their pre-professional division and trainee program From 2015-2018.

She attended summer programs at Bolshoi Ballet, Joffrey Ballet in Chicago, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, and Ballet Austin. Jasmine has worked with a multitude of choreographers that include Ronn Stewart, Preston Miller, Paul Boo from the Balanchine Trust, Shannon Alvis, Jimmy Orrante, Sean Aaron Carmon, and Omar Roman.

From 2019-2021 she joined Ballet Austin’s second company. Some of her professional credits include roles in the Grand Pas from Paquita and Les Syphilde staged by Michelle Martin, Stephen Mills’ The Nutcracker and Giselle, George Balanchine’s Rubies, August Bournonville’s  Napoli divertissements, and Joshua Manculich’s Menagerie.

Jasmine is grateful and excited to be joining Dayton Ballet as a company member for her second season. Jasmine would also like to thank her parents and teachers for all their love and support.