Sam Neale

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    Premiere of Swan Lake Coming!

    Friday, March 23, at 7 p.m.
    Saturday, March 24, at 7 p.m.
    Sunday, March 25, at 3 p.m.
    Symphony Hall, The DECC

    It’s the premiering production by Robert Gardner, his vision of the iconic, world-performed ballet set to the glorious Tchaikovsky score. Under the spell of the evil sorcerer Von Rothbart, the beautiful Odette must assume the form of a swan during daylight. One evening Prince Siegfried comes upon her, falls in love with her, and tries to save her from Von Rothbart’s spell.…

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    Registration for Semester I and II opened on Monday, August 14.

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    Sam Neale

    Sam Neale

    Australian born and raised, Sam began his training at the Atelier School for Classical Ballet under Joanne Neale before being accepted on scholarship into The McDonald College, where he was also a member of Premier State Ballet. Sam stayed there for two years under Josephine Jason and Allan Cross. After spending the summers of 2009 and 2010 at Milwaukee Ballet Summer Intensive, Sam was accepted into Milwaukee Ballet II, where he danced 2010–2012. Some of Sam’s highlighted roles are Lila York’s Celts, Mauro de Candia’s Something I Had in Mind, Salvatore Aiello’s Clowns and Others, Jiri Kylian’s Symphony in D, Undead in Michael Pink’s Dracula, Betrothed Couple in Michael Pink’s Esmeralda. Now in his fifth season with Minnesota Ballet, he has danced such roles as Cavalier in The “Manhattan” Nutcracker, Kostchei in Firebird, and the Pirate Conrad in Le Corsaire Pas de Trois.