Sage Feldges
Sage started her dance training at Dietrich Dance Studio under the direction of Gloria Dietrich and Daria Ehler in a small town in Missouri. She went on to train at Ballet Arts Center under the direction of Kimberly Anderson, as well as taking multiple master classes at the Center of Contemporary Art, giving her a diverse back ground in Jazz, Tap, Musical Theater, Modern and Ballet. Sage was cast in the Children’s Cast of Joffrey Ballet’s The Nutcracker in 2005, and 2007 at the Fox Theater in St. Louis Missouri, and danced the role of Spanish in Kimberly Andersons The Nutcracker in 2012. In high school she moved to Wisconsin and began training at Milwaukee Ballet Academy under the direction of Rolando Yanes and danced many roles including the Cherry Sister in the Academy production of Cipollino.  After graduation, Sage began her undergrad studies at University of Wisconsin Milwaukee as a dance major, where she had the opportunity to expand her modern training and improvisational dance technique.
 
In 2016, Sage was asked to join A&A Ballet’s debut season as a part of their Youth Company under the direction of Alexei Kremnev. While at A&A she performed in Alexei Kremnev’s Firebird, was featured in Justin Allen’s Ashes To Ashes, and danced the role of Summer Fairy in Alexei Kremnev’s Cinderella. In 2017 Sage joined BalletMet as a Trainee.  There she had the honor to study under the company and was asked to perform in Gerard Charles’ The Nutcracker at the Ohio Theater as a Snow Flake, in Edward Liang’s Giselle as a Wili, and in Edward Liang’s Dorothy And The Prince Of OZ as a Queen’s Guard. As a Trainee she also had the joy of performing George Balanchine’s Concerto Barocco and Serenade, as well as excerpts of the ballets Raymonda and Coppelia. When Sage is not dancing, she enjoys hiking, outdoor sports, and spending time with her family. Sage is delighted to begin her professional ballet career with her first season at Ballet Quad Cities