Anthony Huxley was born in Walnut Creek, California.
He began studying at the School of American Ballet, the official school of New York City Ballet, in the summers of 2002 and 2003, enrolling as a full time student from 2003-2006.
Mr. Huxley also studied at San Francisco Ballet School and the Contra Costa Ballet School.
In October 2006, Mr. Huxley was asked to become an apprentice with New York City Ballet and joined the Company as a member of the corps de ballet in July 2007.
He was promoted to the rank of soloist in July 2011 and to principal dancer in June 2015.
- Allegro Brillante
- Ballo della Regina
- Brahms-Schoenberg Quartet (Third Movement)
- Coppélia (Frantz)
- Divertimento from 'Le Baiser de la Fée'
- Duo Concertant
- "Emeralds" from Jewels
- The Four Temperaments
- Harlequinade (Pierrot)
- Ivesiana (The Unanswered Question)
- A Midsummer Night's Dream (Oberon)
- George Balanchine's The Nutcracker® (Cavalier, Candy Cane, Soldier)
- Prodigal Son (The Prodigal Son)
- "Rubies" from Jewels
- Raymonda Variations
- Scotch Symphony
- Square Dance
- The Steadfast Tin Soldier
- Symphony in C (Third Movement, Fourth Movement)
- Symphony in Three Movements
- Tschaikovsky Suite No. 3 (Theme & Variations)
- Vienna Waltzes
- Bournonville Divertissements (Pas de Six from Napoli and Abdallah)
- La Sylphide (James)
- Herman Schmerman
- Bal de Couture
- Fearful Symmetries
- Romeo + Juliet (Mercutio)
- The Sleeping Beauty (Prince Désiré, Bluebird, Gold)
- Swan Lake (Benno, Neapolitan, Spanish)
- Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes
- Year of the Rabbit
- Concerto DSCH
- 2 & 3 Part Inventions
- Dances at a Gathering
- The Four Seasons (Winter, Spring)
- The Goldberg Variations
- Sonatas and Interludes
- Mercurial Manoeuvres
- The Exchange
- Pulcinella Variations
- Scherzo Fantastique
- Ocean's Kingdom (Drunken Lords)
- Common Ground
- dance odyssey
Mr. Huxley was a recipient of the Mae L. Wien Award for Outstanding Promise in 2006. He was also the recipient of the 2010-2011 Janice Levin Award.
Portrait © Paul Kolnik
Anatomy of a Dance
Anthony Huxley on Belles-Lettres
Anthony Huxley talks about the liberation he experiences while dancing in Belles-Lettres, which showcases Peck’s unique familiarity with Huxley’s strengths—they’ve known each other since they were students in the School of American Ballet together.