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A more typical twenty-five year old might be losing his mind with stress at the prospect of such a high-profile début, but Peck is surprisingly poised and self-assured, though not in a cocky way. I don’t know if it’s because I started late, or because I’m not naturally built for dance, but it was very hard, especially turnout and extension. I came when I was fifteen and started at the intermediate level.

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Then there is an element of improvisation, because you’re working with a living being with a mind of his own.I had done a little bit of tap and musical theatre because my family used to vacation every year in New York. They would take us to see shows, and I saw Savion Glover, and that inspired an interest in tap. And then I saw how powerful male ballet dancers could be from the experience of seeing . Eventually things got so busy when I became an apprentice [in 2006] that I had to stop.I was a supernumerary in the production, one of the dog minders. But when I started to get interested in choreography, I would look through the scores of music I wanted to use, and I found it to be really helpful. (Click image for larger version) " data-medium-file=" data-large-file=" src=" alt="Justin Peck.© Paul Kolnik. He made his first dance, a pas de deux called “A Teacup Plunge,” for the student-run Columbia Ballet Collaborative in 2009.

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(Click image for larger version)" title="pk-justin-peck-colour-bio2_620" width="620" height="501" class="size-full wp-image-3693" srcset=" , " sizes="(max-width: 620px) 100vw, 620px" / met with the young dancer and choreographer, Justin Peck, the other day at Ed’s Chowder House, a discreet spot with decent lobster rolls (and wicked drinks) tucked into the second floor of the Empire Hotel, across from Lincoln Center. This past year has been a particularly eventful one for Peck.

I would watch from the wings, and during the second act I would go out front. Was there a dancer that you particularly identified with? It really unveils details that you might not pick up on from just listening.