Michael Holden started dancing at the age of three at the Maine State Ballet. He then was excepted into the Miami City Ballet school at age 17. There he performed with the company in such ballets as George Balanchine’s “La Valse”, “Slaughter on 10th Avenue”, and a Liam Scarlett premiere “Euphotic”. In 2014 Michael moved to Philadelphia to join the School of Pennsylvania Ballet under the direction of Arantxa Ochoa. Michael got the opportunity to perform with the company in George Balanchine’s “The Nutcracker”, “Prodigal Son”, and Christopher Wheeldon’s “Swan Lake”. Most recently, Michael danced in the finale season of The Suzanne Farrell Ballet, dancing in George Balanchine’s “Chaconne”, “Tzigane”, and “Gounod Symphony”. He’s now living in New York City, freelancing for various choreographers.