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New York City native Parker Brasser-Vos trained at American Ballet Theatre’s Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School, where he was coached by Edward Ellison, Lupe Serrano, Susan Jaffe, and Ethan Stiefel. As a student, he created the lead roles in Jessica Lang’s Inspired By, Kirk Peterson’s Renaissance Suite, as well as Leslie Browne’s Breakthrough and Doubleplay.
As a member of Milwaukee Ballet’s second company, he danced principal repertoire, including the title role in Othello, George Balanchine’s Who Cares?, and Thom Dancy’s To Venture from the Norm, which won the silver medal at the 15th McCallum Theatre Choreographic Festival.
In his time with Milwaukee Ballet, Brasser-Vos has been featured by many esteemed guest choreographers in roles such as the White Rabbit in Septime Webre’s ALICE (in wonderland), King Oberon in Bruce Wells’ A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the title role of Mariana Oliveira's Pagliacci, and Gurn in La Sylphide, as staged by Dina Bjørn. In addition, he has been featured in Trey McIntyre’s A Day in the Life, Val Caniparoli’s Lambarena, Price Suddarth's Strangeland, Danielle Rowe's Chaminade, and Nelly Van Bommel's Gelem Gelem, as well as the pas de deux Neuss Sommes, which was performed in the memory of the choreographer Jimmy Gamonet De Los Heros.
As a Leading Artist, Brasser-Vos has had the honor of dancing in numerous Michael Pink full length productions and world premieres, as well as the stagings of the classical pas de deux Le Corsiare, Don Quixote, and Esmeralda. He has danced the roles of Captain Phoebus and Quasimodo in Hunchback of Notre Dame, Fritz and Karl in The Nutcracker, Schaunard in La Bohème, Franz in Coppélia, Prince Gustav in Mirror Mirror, The Beast in Beauty and the Beast, and Prince Siegfried in Swan Lake, for which he received recognition in Pointe Magazine's "Reader's Choice Standout Performances of 2022."