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Elizabeth Miner

VISITING ARTIST

Elizabeth Miner

Born in Warrenton, Oregon, Elizabeth Miner began her training with the Royal Ballet’s Barbara Remington.

In 1992 she was invited to the School of American Ballet and accepted an apprenticeship at Miami City Ballet in 1995. In 1997 Ms. Miner joined the San Francisco Ballet and, a stand-out in the corps, was promoted to soloist in 2004. Celebrated for sprightly dancing with incredible depth of performance, Ms. Miner’s repertoire at SFB showed a wide breadth of artistry, from originating the lead role of Sylvia in Mark Morris’s “Sylvia,” to pleasing audiences and critics alike as Cupid in Tomasson/Possokhov’s “Don Quixote” and stunning in Balanchine classics like “Symphony in C,” “Divertimento No. 15,” and “Emeralds.”

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