Brooklyn Mack is a world renowned International Principal Guest Artist. He began his training at the age of twelve with Radenko Pavlovich and Milena Leben at Pavlovich Ballet School, and finished his training at the Kirov Academy of Ballet primarily under the tutelage of teachers Anatoli Kucheruk and Vladimir Djouloukhadze.
Mr. Mack has won numerous awards in recognition of his prowess as a dancer, such as the silver medal at the 2006 USA IBC, the 2007 Princess Grace Fellowship Award, the silver medal at the 2009 Helsinki IBC, the Grand Prix at the 2012 Istanbul IBC, the gold medal at the 2012 Boston IBC, and the gold medal at the 2012 Varna IBC.
Mr. Mack has performed as a principal dancer all over the globe on the world's greatest stages, with some of the most preeminent ballet companies in the world, including the National Ballet of Ukraine, American Ballet Theatre, English National Ballet, and many more. Mr. Mack has been a principal dancer with the Washington Ballet from 2009–2018 and with Orlando Ballet 2006–2009. He has received numerous glowing reviews from prominent publications such as The Washington Post and The New York Times.