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LeBlanc's 27 years of professional dancing - 17 with San Francisco Ballet, was retired at the age of 42 in 2008. and joined the faculty of the SF Ballet School.
Ms. LeBlanc joined the San Francisco Ballet in 1992 as a principal dancer where she remained for 17 years. Ms. LeBlanc created roles in works by Tomasson, David Bintley, Mark Morris, and Christopher Weeldon and performed in works by George Balanchine, William Forsythe, and Jerome Robbins, among others. Her honors include two Isadora Duncan Dance Awards and the Princess Grace Statuette Award.
In 2009, Ms. LeBlanc retired from SF Ballet and joined the faculty of the SF Ballet School. Ms. LeBlanc's mission is to pass on what she has learned during her life in dance.

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