Yvonne Borree

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Yvonne Borree is a former principal dancer at New York City Ballet. She was raised in Norfolk, Virginia, where she began her dance studies with the Tidewater Ballet Association at four years of age.[1]

She attended the School of American Ballet for three summers and was invited to enter SAB full-time in 1985. Two years later Yvonne became an apprentice with SAB's parent company, New York City Ballet, and joined the corps de ballet in 1988. she danced with guest artist Mikhail Baryshnikov in George Balanchine's "Duo Concertant" in Spring, 1992.

Ms. Borree was promoted to the rank of soloist the next year and to principal in 1997. She is the daughter of Susan Borree, who danced with Jerome Robbins' Ballets: USA, with New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theatre. Yvonne Borree's farewell performance took place Sunday, June 6, 2010,[2] and consisted of ballets by Christopher Wheeldon and George Balanchine:

Originated rôles[edit]

Robert La Fosse[edit]

Miriam Mahdaviani[edit]

Peter Martins[edit]

Christopher Wheeldon[edit]

Featured rôles[edit]

George Balanchine[edit]

Sean Lavery[edit]

Peter Martins[edit]

Kevin O'Day[edit]

Jerome Robbins[edit]

Christopher Wheeldon[edit]



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