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Choreographer and Dancer

Nancy Reed graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. While there, she danced with the Second Avenue Dance Company, performing in an original piece by Milton Meyers and in Paul Taylor's Esplanade. After NYU Nancy moved to New Orleans where she danced with the New Orleans Modern Dance Company and with Rapides InterArts Group. Nancy has danced with Annamaura Silverblatt since 2015, including performing Annamaura's piece Metamorphosis in the Northeast Choreographers Festival in Providence, RI. Nancy is thrilled to be a founding member of Balliamo. When not dancing, Nancy is a school-based Occupational Therapist and a group exercise instructor. She is also a proud Mom of Sam and Max and a grateful daughter of Sandra and Barrie.



Musician, Brooklyn NY

Jonathan graduated from Sarah Laurence College and Brooklyn Law School. He works as a corporate lawyer and percussionist. He plays for the NYC-based bands My Little Eye and Embarazada.

Business Manager, Music Director

Kevin graduated from West Point with a BS in languages and University of Miami with an MBA. A Classically trained violinist, he has jazz, country and hip-hop influences that allow him to blend styles and provide fresh new takes on music of every genre.
An army veteran,  he has deployed and performed all over the world, coming to his own as a busker on the streets of Korea. As a soloist, he toured in Korea and was featured on Armed Forces Network television and radio as well as the Korea Times.  He has dragged his violin with him on tours to Germany, Iraq and most recently, Afghanistan. As comfortable playing on stage as he is on the floor or on top of the bar, his performances are as unforgettable as his music. He is a musician, teacher, social justice activist and a business leader in his community and is thrilled to call Balliamo home.




Deanne DeFusco

Sharon Fennessey

“Nobody cares if you can't dance well. Just get up and dance. Great dancers are great because of their passion.”


Martha Graham


Joyce Cooper

Diann Moore

Melissa Monroe

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