Joined in 2006
Bradley Schlagheck began his training at The School of Performing Arts in Maitland, Florida, under the direction of Russell Sultzbach. In 2004, he was awarded the Pao Scholarship from Boston Ballet School and began his training with Franco Devita. In 2005, Bradley joined Boston Ballet II,under the direction of Raymond Lukens, and began performing extensively with the company. Bradley joined the Corps de Ballet in 2006 and was promoted to Second Soloist in 2012. Bradley has also performed with Ballet X in Laguna Beach, California and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in works by Jodie Gates, Matthew Neenan, Meredith Rainey, and Alex Ketley.
Bradley’s featured repertoire with Boston Ballet includes: Jerome Robbins’ Fancy Free, George Balanchine’s Divertimento No. 15, The Four Temperaments (3rd Theme), and Symphony in Three Movements (Turning Principal), Christopher Wheeldon’s Polyphonia (Wedding Pas), James Kudelka’s Cinderella (Prince’s Officer), John Cranko’s Romeo and Juliet (Paris), Jorma Elo’s Brake The Eyes, Plan To B, and Sharper Side of Dark, Jiri Kylian’s Petit Mort, No More Play, and Sarabande, Twyla Tharp’s In The Upper Room (Stomper), and William Forsythe’s The Second Detail.
He was called “a new discovery” by The Patriot Ledger after his performance in George Balanchine’s Symphony in Three Movements in 2012.