Anatto McMillan

Anatto McMillan

Anatto McMillan

ANATTO MCMILLAN began dancing at the age of seven at The Ithaca Ballet in upstate New York. In 2015, he moved to New York City where he continued his training at Joffrey Ballet School under full scholarship. While at Joffrey, Anatto performed in several roles and ballets such as Sugar Plum Cavalier ' in The Nutcracker, Diana and Acteon, and Esmeralda Grand Pas. He also performed original works by Fredrick Earl Mosley, who has choreographed for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Mr. McMillan has attended summer intensives with Ballet Academy East, The Joffrey Ballet School, and Oklahoma City Ballet, under full scholarship. He became a trainee with Cincinnati Ballet for their 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 seasons. During his time at Cincinnati Ballet, he performed alongside the Professional Company, and he had the opportunity to dance the lead male role in George Balanchine’s Serenade, staged by Zippora Karz. This is Anatto’s third season with Ballet Spartanburg.
Martha Graham's

Suite from Appalachian Spring

music by Aaron Copland


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Carlos Agudelo, 2023 SC Governor's Award for an Individual

Ballet Spartanburg's Artistic Director, Carlos Agudelo, was awarded the South Carolina Governor's Award from the South Carolina Arts Commission on May 23, 2023, at the Chapman Cultural Center. The award was presented by Mr. David Platt, Executive Director of the South Carolina Arts Commission. "We recognize the unparalleled energy, enthusiasm, devotion and love for dance that Carlos has gifted to our community out of his passion for all to experience the arts for the past 32 years. We are overjoyed that Carlos has been recognized by the South Carolina Arts Commission, " Teresa S. Berline, Executive Director. "The South Carolina Arts Commission is an extraordinary organization in our state which promotes and advocates opportunities in the arts which values equality, access, diversity and inclusion. Ballet Spartanburg is honored by the support of the South Carolina Arts Commission and the recognition of Carlos Agudelo."

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