Although Jeffrey Cirio was raised in Philadelphia, his father  came to the USA from the Phillipines as a child and his mother is of Irish and German descent. He trained at Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet and, subsequently, at the Boston and Orlando Ballet Schools.

A laureate of several competitions, Jeffrey graduated into the corps of Boston Ballet in 2009, becoming a Principal there in 2012. In 2015,  Jeffrey established an artistic group (Cirio Collective) which has been performing this summer. The same year, he moved to American Ballet Theatre as a soloist and, soon afterwards, danced Colas in La Fille Mal Gardeé.  He was promoted to Principal in 2016.

In 2017, Jeffrey guested with English National Ballet (ENB) – notably as Hilarion in Akram Khan’s Giselle, as The Messenger in Song of the Earth and as James in La Sylphide -  and subsequently joined the Company as a Lead Principal in 2018.
With ENB, Jeffrey has danced most of the leading male roles in the Company’s repertoire to considerable acclaim and Akram Khan has choreographed his much-anticipated new work – Creature – on him. 

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