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New York City native Parker Brasser-Vos trained at American Ballet Theatre’s Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School, where he was coached by Edward Ellison, Lupe Serrano, Susan Jaffe and Ethan Stiefel. As a student there, he created the lead roles in Jessica Lange’s Inspired By and Kirk Peterson’s Renaissance Suite, as well as Leslie Browne’s Breakthrough and Doubleplay.
As a member of the Nancy Einhorn Milwaukee Ballet II Program, he danced principal repertoire, including the title role in Othello and George Balanchine’s Who Cares?. He also appeared in Thom Dancy’s To Venture from the Norm, which won the silver medal at the 15th McCallum Theater Choreographic Festival.
As an Artist in Milwaukee Ballet’s Company, Brasser-Vos has had the honor of dancing in numerous Michael Pink productions and world premieres, notably as Franz in Coppélia, Prince Gustav in Mirror Mirror, Shaunard in La Bohème, Quincy in Dracula, Prince Siegfried in Swan Lake, as well as both Fritz and Karl in The Nutcracker.
He has also been featured in works by esteemed guest choreographers including Trey McIntyre’s A Day in the Life and Val Caniparoli’s Lambarena. Additionally he danced the roles of the White Rabbit in Septime Webre’s ALICE (in wonderland), the Genie of Kathryn Posin’s Scheherazade, Gurn in La Sylphide as staged by Dinna Bjørn and King Oberon in Bruce Wells’ A Midsummer Night’s Dream.