photo: Steven Trumon Gray
ANDREW BRADER Dancer
Andrew was born and raised in new Orleans, LA.
He trained at the New Orleans
Center for the Creative Arts, The Harid Conservatory and The Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis School at the American Ballet Theater.
Brader was invited to join the ABT as an apprentice and danced at the Metropolitan Opera House, then later joined Houston Ballet.
Andrew Brader also danced with the Los Angeles Ballet for four seasons performing principal roles in Balanchines Agon,
The Four Temperaments, Stravinsky Viloin Concerto, Serenade,
Kammermusik No 2, Lar lubovitch’s The Evangelist, Bourneville’s Napoli
Pas de Six and original works by Josie walsh, Sonya Tayeh, Olivier Wevers and Melissa Barak’s Scrying presented as the first dance Installation performed at NYC MOMA.
Brader was a 2009 Lester Horton Award nominee for Outstanding Achievement in Performance and spent two seasons with Ballet Met Columbus before joining Stadtische Theater Chemnitz as a soloist in Chemnitz, Germany.
Brader joined Complexions in 2014.