Delaney Zieg

Originally from Long Beach California, Delaney trained under Diane Lauridsen in Torrance, California and was a member of South Bay Ballet, where she danced principal roles in “Coppelia,” “Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “Cinderella,” “Graduation Ball,” and solo and pas de deux roles in “The Nutcracker.”  While training under Lauridsen, Delaney attended summer intensives on scholarship at San Francisco Ballet, American Ballet Theatre New York, Orlando Ballet, and Complexions Contemporary Ballet.  In 2013, Delaney became a trainee on scholarship for three years at The Washington Ballet under Septime Webre, where she performed lead and principal roles in “Fluctuating Hemlines,” “Carmen” and “Carmen in Havana,” along with character and corps roles in “Nutcracker,” “Sleeping Beauty,” “Swan Lake,” “Giselle,” “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” and Balanchine’s “Serenade.” Delaney is a certified free diver and enjoys surfing and stand up paddling when she is in her hometown.  She is proud to join Utah Regional Ballet as a company member for their 2016-2017 season.