Isaac Petit began his training at the Paris Opera in 2012 before joining the National Conservatory of Paris in 2018 to study with Gil Isoart. While at the National Conservatory of Paris he had the opportunity to dance in Cunningham x 100, as well as in works by choreographers Julien Guerin and Boris Charmatz. His other credits include Trisha Brown x 100, the soloist in a production of Nureyev”s Swan Lake, and on tour with cellist Gaultier Capuçon.
Emily Cordies-Maso started her training at her mother Rebeca Maso’s studio in Somerset, NJ at a young age. At age 12 she attended Ballet Hispanico under the direction of Dr. Ana Maria Correa and later with current director Michelle Manzanales. Cordies-Maso was part of the Pre-Professional program for her last three years there under a full scholarship. During that time she was able to travel to Cordoba Mexico for the Festival de Danza and to Havana Cuba for the Ballet Nacional Festival International de Danza. In 2019 Cordies-Maso started studying under the direction of Aydmara Cabrera at Princeton Ballet school and was later a trainee in 2021 where she had the opportunity to perform Fandango Lead in Don Quixote, Spanish Lead and Dew Drop in The Nutcracker, Moyna in Giselle and Ethan Stiefel’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. In December 2020, she studied as a stagiare at Ecole Rudra Bejart in Switzerland with a full scholarship, under the direction of Micheal Gascard and Julio Arrozarena where she performed Bejart Repertoire at Vaison la Roman, France and Martingy, Switzerland. Cordies-Maso has also attended various summer intensives including Sarasota Cuban Ballet School, Taina Morales and Jesus Corrales Summer Intensive in Montreal, Canada, and Leonel Morales & Friends Dance Course in Granada, Spain where she has performed Odalisque in Corsaire, Pas de Trois in Swan Lake, and numerous contemporary pieces. Her ARB credits include Arabian Lead in The Nutcracker, Da’Von Doane’s Kaleidoscope Mind, Ethan Stiefel and Johan Kobborg’s Giselle, Arthur Mitchell’s Holberg Suite, and Stiefel’s VARIANTS.
Born in Munich Germany, to her Italian mother and German father, Jasmine Jasper began her dance training at the age of 5 in a nearby studio in her hometown. In 2008 she moved to Orlando, Florida with her family where she started dancing at the Orlando Ballet School, training Rebecca Marin, and Theresa Crawford. She later joined the Central Florida Ballet in 2011, under Vasile Petrutiu, Vladimir Bykov and Natalya Bashkatova. In 2015, she was accepted into American Ballet Theatre’s Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School, where she performed in Jessica Lang’s The Gift, Alexei Ratmansky’s Rondo Capriccioso, Jerome Robbins’ Interplay, ABT’s Spring Preview as Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty at the Kaye Playhouse, and ABT’s Le Corsaire, and Harlequinade, all while under the training of Cynthia Harvey, Robert La Fosse, Ethan Stiefel, Karin Averty, Fabrice Herrault, Pertujska Broholm, and Harriet Clark. In 2020 she became a NYU/ABT Certified Teacher, and joined Princeton Ballet School as a trainee a year later. There she had the opportunity to dance the title role in Princeton Ballet School’s spring production of Giselle, and in Stiefel’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream prior to joining ARB2 in 2022. Her ARB credits include Ethan Stiefel and Johan Kobborg’s Giselle, The Nutcracker, Stiefel’s VARIANTS, and Arthur Mitchell’s Holberg Suite. This year she is thrilled to be part of the company