New York City native Parker Brasser-Vos began dancing lead roles at age 14 as The Prince in Ruth Page’s The Nutcracker. He 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. Roles created on him there include Jessica Lang’s Inspired By, Kirk Peterson’s Renaissance Suite, and Leslie Browne’s Breakthrough and Doubleplay. The School of American Ballet awarded him a full scholarship to study the Neo-classical style and repertoire by George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins. While completing the Nancy Einhorn Milwaukee Ballet II Program, he performed an extensive repertoire, notably Talisman, Prologo (Othello), Majisimo and Balanchine’s Who Cares? In the summer of 2012, he worked with John Utans' re-mounted Night Falls Fast with the Traverse City Dance Project. He also danced the silver medal winning male pas de deux Thom Dancy’s To Venture From the Norm in the 15th McCallum Theater Choreographic Festival. Since joining Milwaukee Ballet Company, Brasser-Vos has performed in Vicente Nebrada’s Our Waltzes, Matthew Neenan’s Something Borrowed, and Michael Pink’s Esmeralda, Dracula, Coppélia, The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Romeo & Juliet, Giselle, and the world premieres of La Bohème and Mirror Mirror.