Alexandra Hoffmann

From: Phoenix, Arizona
Joined Ballet Arizona: 2021

Alexandra Hoffmann is an Arizona native and began her professional ballet training at the School of Ballet Arizona. At the age of 10, she was cast as Clara in the company production of The Nutcracker. Following this, she danced in New York for two successive years as Clara in Radio City’s Christmas Spectacular on Broadway.

During her tenure at the School of Ballet Arizona, Alexandra was chosen to perform featured roles including Tavern Girl and Bridesmaid in Don Quixote, and Cygnet and Pas de Trois in Swan Lake. She graduated from Colburn Dance Academy in Los Angeles. Under the direction of Jenifer Ringer and James Fayette, she was chosen to perform a lead role in Time Out by Price Suddarth, and the Fascinatin’ Rhythm solo in Balanchine’s Who Cares.

Alexandra’s summer training includes intensives at School of American Ballet, American Ballet Theatre JKO, Houston Ballet Academy, Pacific Northwest Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, Miami City Ballet, and School of Ballet Arizona.

In 2022, Alexandra moved to Germany, to join the Junior Company at Ballett Dortmund. While there she performed with the main company in Director Xin Peng-Wang’s Faust I, and as both a Capulet Lady and a Montague Lady in Jean-Christophe Maillot’s Romeo and Juliet.

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