South Carolina's Largest Performing Arts Organization Celebrates 60 Years!

Brandon Michaels

Brandon started his ballet training at the age of seventeen in Atlanta and became a Fellowship Dancer with Atlanta Ballet the following year.

When Brandon was twenty-two, he danced with Milwaukee Ballet as an Apprentice where he performed in works such as Michael Pink’s Dracula and Matthew Neenan’s The Last Glass. He then made his way back south where he danced with The Georgia Ballet and performed as the “Snow King” and “Sugar Plum Cavalier” in Nutcracker and debuted in Alexander Proia’s The Four Seasons. Brandon then joined Atlanta Ballet as an Apprentice for another season before moving to South Carolina to join Columbia City Ballet as a Company Member.

Brandon has danced leading roles with Columbia City Ballet including:  “Julius Caesar” in Cleopatra, “Doctor Van Helsing” in Dracula:  Ballet with a Bite and “Dew Drop Cavalier” in Nutcracker. Brandon returns for his fifth season with the Columbia City Ballet as a First Soloist.