Brooklyn, New York
Brooklyn Ballet School
American Ballet Theatre's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School
Houston Ballet II
2022 - Soloist
2021 - Demi Soloist
2018 - Corps de Ballet
Prince Siegfried in Stanton Welch's Swan Lake
Pas de deux in Jorma Elo's One|end|ONE
Conrad in Konstantin Sergeyev's Le Corsaire
One of my favorite ballets is La Bayadere. I love it because I love the score, and feel like I could really embody Solor as a character. He's a warrior, just like me.
Defining Moment Onstage
My proudest moment so far on stgae would have to be performing the role of Prince Siegfried at the Wortham Theater during Swan Lake. It was amazing to debut that role at one of my dream companies.
Naazir Muhammad was born in Brooklyn, New York. He attended the Brooklyn Ballet School from 2003-2010 and trained at the American Ballet Theatre Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School from 2010-2016. Muhammad was invited to join Houston Ballet Academy II in 2016 and was promoted into the Company as an Apprentice in 2017. He was promoted to the Corps de Ballet in 2018, to Demi Soloist in 2021 and became a Soloist in 2022.
Muhammad has featured in a variety of classic and contemporary ballet roles including Stanton Welch’s The Nutcracker, Giselle, Swan Lake, Marie, Sylvia, La Bayadère, Romeo and Juliet, Clear, Play, Divergence, Sons de L’âme, Red Earth; Asaf Messerer’s Spring Waters Pas de Deux; Aszure Barton's Angular Momentum; Justin Peck's Under the Folding Sky; Cathy Marston's Summer and Smoke; Arthur Pita's Good Vibrations; Mark Morris' The Letter V; Ben Stevenson’s The Sleeping Beauty, Coppélia and Don Quixote; George Balanchine’s Jewels, Symphony in C and Concerto Barocco; Trey McIntyre’s Peter Pan, and more.
He has danced in tours of Stanton Welch’s Swan Lake in Dubai, UAE, Minneapolis, MN (2018) and Tokyo, Japan (2022), and Stanton Welch’s world premiere of Just at Jacob’s Pillow in Becket, MA (2018).