Adam Still is originally from Kansas City, Missouri and graduated from the Harid Conservatory where he trained under Svetlana Osiyeva and Olivier Pardina. He received additional training at the Pacific Northwest Ballet, American Ballet Theatre and Jacob’s Pillow summer programs.
In 2004 he won the silver medal in the U.S.A. International Youth Ballet Competition and in 2005 received the Rudolph Nureyev Education Fellowship.
Adam most recently danced with Ballet Met under the direction of Edwaard Liang and before that was a Soloist with the Colorado Ballet under the direction of Gil Boggs. While at Colorado Ballet Adam danced leading roles such as The Prince in The Nutcracker, Green Man in Lila York’s Celts, Lead Gypsy in Don Quixote, The Male Duet in Great Galloping Gottschalk, Peter in Peter Pan, Prince Benno in Swan Lake, Principal Man in Balanchine’s Theme and Variations, and “The Chosen One” in Glen Tetley’s Rite of Spring.
Adam is currently taking the opportunity to be a freelance artist abroad. He is currently available for Ballet and Contemporary dance work and available to teach Master classes and one on one private dance coaching. Please contact him through this website to inquire about availability.