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Maxfield Haynes

Maxfield Haynes (they/them) B.F.A. NYU Tisch is a multidisciplinary artist, dancer, and teacher originally from Louisville Kentucky. They received their ballet training from the San Francisco Ballet School, Houston Ballet Academy, Dance Theatre of Harlem School, and HAMU Performing Arts University in Prague. They are currently on faculty with the Joffrey Ballet School, and Ballet Hispanico Pa’lante Scholars program under Rodney Hamilton. Maxfield has toured the world as a soloist with Complexions Contemporary Ballet and Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, and is currently working for the Metropolitan Opera Ballet as their first nonbinary soloist ballerina portraying the White Bird in the Magic Flute. Their rep includes works by Marius Petipa, Peter Anastos, Paul Taylor, Bill T. Jones, Raja Featherkelly, Crystal Pite, Dwight Rhoden, John Heginbotham, and Durante Verzola. Outside of company work, they have collaborated on works for the Guggenheim Works and Process, Mobile Dance film festival, and DanceLab NY.

[ID: A portrait photo of Maxfield grinning at the camera. Their hair is in cornrows and they wear a white tank top.]

Past Classes & Events

Movement Research at Judson Church: Artist of Color Council Curation by Juan Michael Porter II ((March 27, 2023))

March 27, 2023