Corps de Ballet

Kamryn Baldwin

Kamryn Baldwin


  • Born

    Honolulu, Hawaii

  • Training

    Hawaii State Ballet
    Metropolitan Ballet Academy (Jenkintown, Pennsylvania)
    San Francisco Ballet School

  • San Francisco Ballet

    Joined the Company as a member of the corps de ballet in 2015

Helgi Tomasson

Don Quixote (Kitri’s Friends, Seguidilla, Driads, Bridesmaids, and Fandango)

The Fifth Season 

Giselle (Peasants and Wilis)

Haffner Symphony

Nutcracker (Party Guests, Snowflakes, Arabian, French, and Flowers)

On a Theme of Paganini


The Sleeping Beauty (Fairy of Serenity, Garland Dance, Pas de Six/Silver Fairy and White Cat)



George Balanchine

Coppélia (Villagers and War and Discord corps) 


Divertimento No. 15 (Allegro – Corps) 

Prodigal Son (Sisters) 


Scotch Symphony 



John Cranko



David Dawson 

Anima Animus (originated)


Harald Lander

Études (excerpt; Ladies in White)


John Neumeier

The Little Mermaid (The Sea) 


Justin Peck

Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming (originated)

In the Countenance of Kings


Arthur Pita

Björk Ballet (originated)


Yuri Possokhov



Alexei Ratmansky

Symphony #9 and Piano Concerto in Shostakovich Trilogy 


Jerome Robbins

The Cage 

Opus 19/The Dreamer


Liam Scarlett



Christopher Wheeldon

Cinderella (Summer corps and Courtiers)

  • Final-round competitor at Youth America Grand Prix New York City Finals, 2013.
  • Received the San Francisco Ballet School Keith White Scholarship, 2014.
  • Performed in the International Young Medal Winners Performance at the XVII Annual International Ballet Festival, Miami, 2012.


What has been your proudest moment as a dancer? Why?

It’s really rewarding whenever I can genuinely inspire or move someone with my dancing. That’s really what keeps me going because it’s the best feeling.

When I’m not working I enjoy…

Any time I can spend with my family, but since they live so far away, I really enjoy spending time with my friends and just being outside, enjoying San Francisco.

I love San Francisco because…

There’s always something to see or explore.