Sabrina Kheirolomoom

Corps de Ballet
Ballet San Antonio
Instructor And Billing Administrator
School of Ballet San Antonio

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Sabrina Kheirolomoom was born in California and began dancing at the age of 13. Shortly into her ballet training, she was accepted into the San Francisco Ballet School where she danced for 3 years. Sabrina graduated high school early at the age of 16 before moving to Chicago to train with The Joffrey Academy of Dance where she participated in both their Conservatory program as well as their Trainee program.

In 2020 Sabrina moved to Manhattan to train with New York Dance Project where she had opportunities to perform works by Arpino as well as new pieces by choreographers including Maleek Washington, Madison Hicks, and Ephrat Asherie. During her years of training, Sabrina attended various summer intensives including Paris Opera Ballet School and Royal Danish Ballet School, as well as obtained her Power Pilates Mat Certification.

Sabrina joined Ballet San Antonio as a Corps de Ballet dancer in the fall of 2021.

Get to know Sabrina

When did you start dancing, and why?

I started dancing at the age of 13 after training as a competitive gymnast for many years. Suddenly immersed in a new environment, I was eager to learn and excited about the opportunities it could lead to. Within my first year of dancing, I grew to love it and knew it was what I wanted to pursue. 

What inspires you to be a professional ballet dancer?

Ballet is such a beautiful challenge in which there’s always room for growth. Being around such supportive and talented coworkers and friends is a constant inspiration. Additionally, I’ve been very fortunate to have had the opportunity to watch many different companies perform from all around the world, constantly expanding my appreciation for the individuality and uniqueness of both various artists as well as the depth of the art form. 

Why did you choose Ballet San Antonio?

Ballet San Antonio is a very inclusive and diverse company that is constantly working to make an impact in the community. These same values are carried through in the School of Ballet San Antonio and I am so grateful to contribute and be a mentor and teacher to the young dancers in the school.