Sherri LeBlanc trained at the Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet under Marcia Dale Weary. After one year at the School of American Ballet, her professional career started with New York City Ballet, where she danced for 6 years, and then continued for a year in Dusseldorf Germany. In 1995 she joined the San Francisco Ballet where she danced as a soloist for 9 years. She has performed principal roles in numerous ballets, including Giselle, Nutcracker, Agon, Jewels, Liebeslieder Waltzer, and Fancy Free, and worked with such choreographers as Balanchine, Robbins, Tharp, Tomasson, Lubovich, Caniparoli, Welch, Kudelka, Morris, and Wheeldon.
Ms. LeBlanc’s teaching experience includes going to her home school, Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, to teach up and coming students during summer sessions and as well, teaching summer sessions at Orlando Ballet School and Next Generation Ballet in Tampa. In the bay area, Ms. LeBlanc has taught as a guest teacher at the San Francisco Ballet School for both their year-round program and their summer sessions. She has also taught as faculty for The Ballet Studio, and guested with City Ballet School and Smuin Ballet. Ms. LeBlanc has been called upon to work as a ballet mistress with San Francisco Ballet, and on occasion has performed with the San Francisco Ballet as a principal character dancer. Ms. LeBlanc holds a BA in Performing Arts from Saint Mary’s College of California.