Amber Miller

Joined Ballet West: 2015

About Amber Miller:

Miller began as a Supplemental dancer with Ballet West in 2015 and has now been a full-time company member for three years. As a child, she trained at the Texas Ballet Theater School. Amber was chosen to perform in George Balanchine’s “Mozartiana,” with the American Ballet Theater, as one of the four little girls, on their Texas tour. She also competed in the Youth America Grand Prix, receiving first place in both, classical and contemporary categories. Later, she trained at Ellison Ballet – Professional Training Program, under the direction of Edward Ellison. Following her training, Amber was accepted as a corps de ballet dancer with Eifman Ballet in St. Petersburg, Russia. She was the second American ever to join the company, and she toured extensively around the world performing many of Boris Eifman’s ballets including; “Onegin,” “I, Don Quixote,” “Anna Karenina,” “Tchaikovsky,” “Red Giselle,” and the world premiere of “Rodin” in St. Petersburg, as well as in the movie production of the ballet. Amber was also on the cover of “Ряо Танеч”, a popular dance magazine in Russia. Since joining Ballet West she has performed in numerous works including one of the Diamond Demi Soloists in George Balanchine’s “Jewels,” Doll and Spanish in William Christensen’s, “The Nutcracker” and she also was in Edwaard Liang’s “Constant Light.”