Graham Maverick



Graham Maverick joined The Joffrey Ballet in 2008.


Mr. Maverick started his ballet training with his mother and Ruby (Harold) Christensen at the age of 3.  He continued his training with the San Francisco Ballet School at age 7, staying there until he was 19 years old. 


While at the San Francisco Ballet he performed the role of Prince in their Nutcracker for two years, along with dancing many other children’s parts throughout the years. Mr. Maverick additionally appeared in many other ballet productions with the company and in the annual Spring Student Showcase. 


In the summer of 2006, he trained at the School of American Ballet under Jock Soto.  As a Trainee at the San Francisco Ballet, he worked with and performed choreography by John Neumeier, Helgi Tomasson and Parrish Maynard. He also performed in works by George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins.  In the spring of 2008, he received The Bay Area Ballet Award for the best young ballet dancer in the San Francisco Bay Area sponsored by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation; this culminated in his participation at the 2008 Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival.