Twenty-year-old Mira Nadon may be quiet and unassuming in the studio, but the New York City Ballet corps member boldly comes to life onstage. And she's quickly becoming one of the company's most talked-about dancers, making promising debuts in ballets by Balanchine, Justin Peck and Sidra Bell. "She approaches her soloist and principal roles with a cool confidence,” says NYCB artistic director Jonathan Stafford in our July/August digital cover story. Yet Nadon doesn’t let the attention get to her head; unlike many young dancers, she didn’t grow up dreaming of stardom, a trait that allows her to take a measured, mature approach to whatever’s thrown her way.
Now you can have a chance to hear more about Nadon’s training and career path, how she's handled the pandemic, ask for her advice, and much more in our exclusive virtual conversation on August 30th at 4pm!