Aaron Steinberg joins Indianapolis Ballet for its first full season in 2018-19 as a Company member. The native of Tenafly, New Jersey, most recently spent two years as an apprentice with Nashville Ballet beginning in 2016.
Steinberg began his training at the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theatre in 2011. Since then, he has studied at the Hamburg Ballet School and been a member of The Sarasota Ballet and Kansas City Ballet’s second company. The most impactful roles he’s performed in his career to date have been Pink Martini and Mozart 338. Pink Martini was originally choreographed by Kansas City Ballet’s Second Company Manager Anthony Krutzkamp, and Steinberg was able to play a role in the creative process. Mozart 338 was created by American choreographer John Neumeier, much admired by Steinberg.
When Steinberg isn’t practicing in the studio, he enjoys reading ballet biographies and practicing yoga.