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In a large studio on the fifth floor of the David H.
Koch Theater, Amar Ramasar and four women from New York City Ballet's corps are rehearsing “Phlegmatic," from Balanchine's The Four Temperaments.
At 34 and clearly at the top of his game, he is unfailingly modest.
This sunny disposition, and the adaptability that underpins it, has served him well in a profession that is at times grueling, and never easy.
Ramasar goes through his solo, analyzing each step as if attempting it for the first time.
Energy shoots through his fingers in an arabesque penchée.
We sit down with esteemed New York City Ballet Principals Sara Mearns and Amar Ramasar who were performing as guest artists for NGB’s “Nutcracker” this past December.There was a lot of music: “My mother taught me every Latin dance that was ever invented," Ramasar says, smiling.“Salsa, merengue, bachata, all of it." Ramasar's parents wanted him to be a doctor or a scientist, particularly after he was accepted at The Bronx High School of Science, a prestigious public school in New York City.His own path has certainly demanded a certain amount of grit.He started ballet relatively late—at 12—after taking part in a New York City–wide after-school musical theater program called TADA!
Daniel Catanach, a teacher and choreographer then working with TADA! “He used to follow me around," says Catanach, “asking, 'When do I get a solo, when do I get a solo?