Corps de Ballet
Andrew Daly began his training at The Nutmeg Conservatory for the Performing Arts in Torrington, CT and continued his training at the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theatre under the direction of Franco DeVita, following summer intensives with Kaatsbaan, San Francisco Ballet, and The School of American Ballet on scholarship. He has performed with the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theatre in The Sleeping Beauty and in American Ballet Theatre's productions of Cinderella, The Sleeping Beauty, and Manon.
Mr. Daly joined the Pennsylvania Ballet as an Apprentice and was promoted to the Corps de Ballet in 2009. During his career at Pennsylvania Ballet, Mr. Daly has performed in numerous ballets includingAgnes de Mille's Rodeo, August Bournonville’s La Sylphide, Ben Stevenson’s Dracula, Christopher Wheeldon’s Swan Lake, George Balanchine’s Theme and Variations and Square Dance,Jerome Robbins’s The Concert, John Cranko’s Romeo & Juliet, Matthew Neenan’s Carmina Burana, Marius Petipa’s Giselle, and Twyla Tharp’s Push Comes to Shove. His featured roles include Ben Stevenson’s Cinderella (Dumpy Stepsister), George Balanchine’s Agon (Second Pas de Trois), The Four Temperaments (Melancholic), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Demetrius, Bottom), George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker™ (Candy Cane, Tea) and Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (The Hoofer, Morrosine), Matthew Neenan's Penumbra and Keep, Peter Martins’ Fearful Symmetries (Three Men), and Sir Frederick Ashton's La Fille mal gardée (Alain). Mr. Daly has danced in the world premieres of Benjamin Millepied’s This Part in Darkness, Matthew Neenan’s At Various Points, and Peter Quanz’ Jupiter Symphony, and the Company premieres of Christopher Wheeldon’s Carnival of the Animals, Mauro Bigonzetti’s Kazmir's Colours, Roland Petit’s Carmen (Le Chef Bandit), and William Forsythe's The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude and Artifact Suite.
In 2013, Mr. Daly performed First Theme from Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments for Ballet Across America III at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.