Brandon Freeman

Brandon Freeman

Dancer
Brandon Freeman, better known as “Private”, hails from Colorado. He started dancing at Colorado State University and with Canyon Concert Ballet, before a very successful 12-year career with ODC/Dance, in San Francisco. In the Bay Area, Brandon has also had the privilege of working with Berkeley Ballet Theater, Marin Ballet, Western Ballet, Peninsula Ballet, Mark Foehringer Dance Project, Stephen Pelton Dance Theater, Deborah Slater Dance Theater, Janice Garrett and Dancers, Katie Faulkner (Little Seismic Dance), TheaterWorks, Amy Seiwert’s Imagery, Liss Fain Dance, Oakland Ballet Company, and Sonya Delwaide; and was a principal dancer in the movie, The Matrix II: Reloaded. Nominated multiple times, Brandon received Isadora Duncan Awards for Ensemble Performance in 2002 with Brian Fisher, and in 2012 with Katie Faulkner, in her renowned duet Until We Know For Sure. Notably, Brandon received a nomination for Individual Performance in 2004 for his role in Brenda Way’s masterpiece, Investigating Grace. Brandon’s choreography includes works for Berkeley Ballet Theater, Marin Ballet, Canyon Concert Ballet, and the Lines Contemporary Ballet BFA program. In addition to teaching ballet and modern dance technique (including Dance for Parkinson’s Disease), he plays the cello and paints. With BNC, Brandon has been featured in Garrett Ammon and Michael J. Henry’s Intersection as well as Garrett Ammon’s A Stitch in Time, Love in the Digital Age and Rock Ballets. He gratefully acknowledges all who have influenced his dance career; specifically Brenda, KT, Sonya, and Randy.