Lindsay Karchin

TBII Member

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Lindsay was born in Short Hills, NJ and started dancing at the age of three at the New Jersey School of Ballet. She later attended American Ballet Theatre’s Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School, where she was a Bender Foundation and National Training Scholar. As a student, she performed at the Metropolitan Opera House in ABT’s The Sleeping Beauty, Le Corsaire, Mozartiana, and Cinderella. In 2011, Lindsay joined ABT’s Studio Company. Her repertoire with the Studio Company includes a Bird in Ratmansky’s Carnival des Animaux, a featured role in Raymond Lukens’s Jerusalem Divertissement, the Tarantella Pas de deux in Tudor’s Soiree Musicale, a Soloist in Bournonville’s Napoli, We Insist by Susan Jaffe, and a selection of dances by Agnes de Mille. She also performed several pieces at ABT’s Opening Night Met Galas choreographed by Raymond Lukens, and danced multiple times on the Guggenheim Works and Process series. Lindsay performed as an apprentice to ABT’s Corps de Ballet for the 2011 and 2012 Nutcracker Seasons, dancing the parts of Snow and Flowers at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. In March 2012, she performed in London as part of an exchange with the Royal Ballet School. Lindsay is a Gaynor Minden Ascending Artist, and has blogged about her dance experiences for their website and appears in their advertisements. She is very excited to be part of Tulsa Ballet II.