Anyssa Boyer is a 16-year-old aspiring professional ballet dancer with an international dance and family heritage. Her mother is Brazilian, her father is American, her maternal grandmother is Portugese, and her maternal grandfather is Japanese. She speaks three languages fluently and has citizenship in Switzerland, Brazil, and the U.S.
Her early ballet training was with Conservatoire in Geneva, Switzerland. At the age of 13, to fulfill her dream, she joined the Gelsey Kirkland Academy in New York City. Her summers have been spent training at acclaimed programs in Monte-Carlo, London, Leeds, Milan, Cannes, Amsterdam, and New York City.
With the Gelsey Kirkland Ballet, she has performed in the Nutcracker as a little girl in the Party Scene, Waltz of the Snowflakes, Chinese Dance, and Waltz of the Flowers and as Amour in Don Quixote’ s Dream Scene. Performing is this young ballerina's passion which she loves to share…. “On stage, I strive to be ‘an athlete of God’, enlightening viewing souls and transporting them to a dream-like land.”