Born in American Fork, Utah, Hannah Boyer began her dance training at The Academy of Ballet in Orem, Utah under the direction of Lynne Thompson. At 7 years old she moved to Webster, New York and started taking classes at Deborah Mckay School of Dance under Deborah Tiffany and eventually additional classes at Sandy Stromanine School of Dance under Sandy Stromanine. In 2017, she started her training at Draper Center for Dance Education under Jaime Leverett and has had the opportunity to travel to Trujillo, Peru for Ballet Festival de Internacional and compete in Youth American Grande Prix where she placed top 25 Classical.
She has attended summer intensives such as American Ballet Theatre, Brigham Young University, and Joffrey Academy in Chicago. Also at her time training at Draper Center she was able to preform in productions with the Rochester City Ballet. These productions included The Nutcracker (snow corp, merliton), Sleeping Beauty (nymph, lilac attendant), Cinderella(summer corp), and has also got to learn company repretoire such as Jaime Leverett’s Push and Pull. Her dream role is Medora in Le Corsair or the female lead in George Balanchine’s Tarantella. This is Hannah’s first season with Rochester City Ballet as an Apprentice.