Joined in Boston Ballet 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 selected to join Boston Ballet School, where he was awarded the Pao Merit Scholarship and began his training with Franco Devita. In 2005, Schlagheck joined Boston Ballet II, under the direction of Raymond Lukens, and began performing extensively with the company. Schlagheck joined the corps de ballet in 2006, was promoted to second soloist in 2012, and soloist in 2013.
Schlagheck has toured nationally and internationally with the company to Charleston, Washington D.C., New York City, Spain, South Korea, Finland, and London. In the summer of 2015, he performed with fellow Boston Ballet dancers in galas in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, and Tokyo, Japan. As a member of Cirio Collective, under the direction of Jeffrey Cirio, Schlagheck performed at the Vineyard Arts Project on Martha's Vineyard and The Cape Dance Festival in Provincetown, Massachusetts, in July 2015.
Schlagheck's featured repertoire with Boston Ballet includes Mikko Nissinen's The Nutcracker (Nutcracker Prince, Snow King) and Swan Lake (Pas de Cinq); The Sleeping Beauty (Pas de Trois); John Cranko's Romeo and Juliet (Paris); Val Caniparoli's Lady of the Camellias (Baron de Varville, St. Gaudens); Jerome Robbins' Fancy Free and The Concert; George Balanchine's Symphony in Three Movements (Turning Principal), Symphony in C (Fourth Movement Principal), Emeralds (Principal), Diamonds (Principal), and Episodes (Symphony Principal); Christopher Wheeldon's Polyphonia (Wedding Pas); José Martinez's Resonance (Principal); Jorma Elo's Brake The Eyes, Plan to B, Sharper Side of Dark, Close to Chuck, and Bach Cello Suites; Helen Pickett's Eventide; Jiří Kylián's Wings of Wax, Petite Mort, No More Play, and Sarabande; Twyla Tharp's In The Upper Room (Stomper); William Forsythe's The Second Detail and The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude; Wayne McGregor's Chroma; Alexander Ekman's Cacti; and Jeffrey Cirio's of trial and fremd.