Chloe Duryea received her early dance training near her hometown of Haslett, Michigan, studying ballet, partnering, and modern. Upon attending the American Ballet Theatre (ABT) Summer Intensive in Detroit, Chloe was selected by ABT as a National Training Scholar in 2007 and 2008 and subsequently attended the ABT Summer Intensive for two years as a full-scholarship student.
Chloe graduated from Indiana University’s Jacob School of Music with Highest Distinction, earning a Bachelor of Science in Ballet with an Outside Field of Kinesiology. While dancing with Indiana University Ballet Theatre, Chloe was featured in Twyla Tharp’s Sweet Fields, Dwight Rhoden’s Dear Frederic, and as Princess Aurora in Act II and Act III of The Sleeping Beauty. After graduating from IU, Chloe was given the opportunity to perform George Balanchine’s Nutcracker Pas de Deux and Robert Rodham’s Snow Scene with the Indianapolis School of Ballet. Chloe was previously an Apprentice with Elements Contemporary Ballet and is now a 2016 Company Member. Photos by Topher Alexander