New York City native Parker Brasser-Vos trained at American Ballet Theatre’s Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School, where he was classically coached by renowned artists including Lupe Serrano, Susan Jaffe, and Ethan Stiefel. There he appeared in Jessica Lang’s Inspired By, Kirk Peterson’s Renaissance Suite, and enjoyed lead roles in Leslie Browne’s Breakthrough and Doubleplay. He was awarded a full scholarship to The School of American Ballet to study the neo-classical style and repertoire of George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins. He later joined the Nancy Einhorn Milwaukee Ballet II Program where he performed principal repertoire, notably Talisman, Prologo (Othello), Majisimo, Balanchine’s Who Cares?, and Thom Dancy’s To Venture From the Norm, which won the silver medal at the 15th McCallum Theater Choreographic Festival. As an Artist with Milwaukee Ballet, Brasser-Vos has performed in Michael Pink’s world premieres of La Bohème, Mirror Mirror, and Dorian Gray, and been featured inMatthew Neenan’s Something Borrowed, Vicente Nebrada’s Our Waltzes, and Trey McIntyre's A Day in the Life.