Euphrosyne Avery received her formal ballet training at the Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet and attended summer programs at Pacific Northwest Ballet, Orlando Ballet, and Ballet Academy East. She originated roles in Sherry Morray’s Pandora’s Box, Brian Enos’ A Night in the Tropics, and Alan Hineline’s Romanza. Euphrosyne began her professional career as a trainee with The Richmond Ballet under Stoner Winslett where she performed in Winslett’s Nutcracker and Windows. She has also performed as a guest artist with Eglevsky Ballet and with The Suzanne Farrell Ballet where she performed George Balanchine’s Diamonds, Serenade, and Concerto Barocco. With ARB, she performed featured roles in The Nutcracker and Trinette Singleton’s Capriccios. This is Euphrosyne’s second season with ARB.
Euphrosyne has performed George Balanchine’s Diamonds, Serenade, and Concerto Barocco with The Suzanne Farrell Ballet.