Born in Mississippi, Josh Nohrer lived in several states and countries due to military California where he started his dance training. He started at the age of 7 with jazz and hip hop, then ballet around the age of 12 and became a serious dancer at age 15 after moving to Florida. Josh trained at Next Generation Ballet in Tampa and America’s Ballet School. He competed in the Youth American Grand Prix and reached the Finals in New York of 2015 and the Top 6 Men Classical in 2016. He has had the honor of being taught by many well named Directors and Teachers including Adam Sklute, Peter Stark, Osmany Montano, Paula Nunez, Bruce Marks, Jeremy Blanton, Paul Vasterling, and Devon Carney. At the age of 18 Josh became the youngest company member of Fort Wayne Ballet. He has performed many major ballets including Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Giselle, La Bayadere, Le Corsaire, Copellia, Don Quixote, Flames of Paris, Confetti and Birthday Celebration by Gerald Arpino, and Spartacus. This is Josh’s first season with Boulder Ballet.
Fortis Fortuna Adiuvat – Fortune Favors the bold