Pamela Robinson-Harris

Ballet West Principal Ballet Mistress

Pamela Robinson-Harris has served as Ballet Mistress for the Company for nearly 11 years. Her vast ballet career began with the Cleveland Ballet, where she danced for three years before joining the State of Alabama Ballet in 1982, followed by Ballet Mississippi.

Pamela joined Ballet West in 1985 and advanced to Principal artist in 1988. During her career, Pamela performed in some of the most prestigious theatres in America, including Wolf Trap and The Kennedy Center. She is noted for her role of Anna in Anna Karenina, and performed the principal roles in The Nutcracker, The Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Giselle, Rosalinda, Lady of the Camellias and John Butler’s Carmina Burana, among many others.

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