Nicolas Pelletier


Nicolas Pelletier was born in Quebec City, Canada. He moved to California when he was eight, where he attended the San Francisco Ballet School for 10 years. He completed his training with Canada’s National Ballet School in 2010 and joined Alberta Ballet in 2011. During his six years with the Company, he had the opportunity to dance many principal roles. He also had the pleasure of working closely with Jean Grand-Maître in the creation of many new works throughout his time at Alberta Ballet, including pas de deuxs and solos. He joined Colorado Ballet in 2017.

Quebec City, Canada

Dance training and awards:
San Francisco Ballet School for 10 years
Completed training with Canada's National Ballet School in 2010

Joined Colorado Ballet:

Selected roles and ballets:
Dracula in Ben Stevenson’s Dracula
Romeo in Jean Grand-Maître's Romeo and Juliet
Divertimento No. 15
Four Temperaments
Swan Lake
Don Quixote
Madame Butterfly
The Nutcracker
John Neumeier's Yondering
George Balanchine's Stars and Stripes
Scarecrow from The Wizard of Oz
Hook from Peter Pan
Basilio in Don Quixote