Adam Kittelberger

Adam Kittleberger Joined RCB: 2005
Hometown: Rochester, New York
Training: The Timothy M. Draper Center for Dance Education

Other Companies: Ohio Dance Theater, Peoria Ballet, Les Ballets Grandiva, Cornerstone Academy
Favorite Ballet: Luma Voce
My favorite color is: Red
My favorite food is: Chipotle and beer
My favorite type of movie is: Horror movies
My favorite book is: Alice in Wonderland
Favorite band or type of music: Guster
I have a hobby and it is: Cars
Favorite non-dance activity: Volleyball
Favorite Rochester Hangout: Hot Shots Beach Volleyball
First Nutcracker: RCB's as a toy soldier when I was 7

A native of Rochester, NY, Mr. Kittelberger joined Rochester City Ballet after receiving his training at the Timothy M. Draper Center for Dance Education and other local dance institutions. Solo roles with RCB include the Mouse King, Lead Chinese, Italian Ice, the Nutcracker Prince, and the Snow King in The Nutcracker, the Suitor in Don Quixote, and Prince Ivan in Firebird. In addition, Mr. Kittelberger was the male lead in Gershwin in the Park, a soloist in Robert LaFosse's Correspondence, a featured soloist in MECA: Color Sound Music and in Jamey Leverett's Push & Pull, A Common Thread, How to Break a Heart, LumaVoce, and was Fitzkó in her world premiere of The Blood Countess. He was a guest performer in Ballet Manchester's "Classical Dance on the Hill", with dancers from American Ballet Theatre and the Bolshoi Ballet, and was a featured performer in Hoedown and Bravo! Colorado, with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. Mr. Kittelberger was chosen by guest choreographer Patrick Corbin to be in the world premiere of Shady III, and danced as the Waltz Boy in Balanchine's Serenade. Mr. Kittelberger is regularly a guest performer in Peoria Ballet's The Nutcracker. In September 2011 he toured Japan as a guest performer with Les Ballets Grandiva.