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Artistic Director

City Youth Ballet

HQ Phone:  (423) 434-2195

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City Youth Ballet

3501 W. Market St.

Johnson City, Tennessee,37604

United States

Company Description

The City Youth Ballet is a chartered, not-for-profit performance organization in Johnson City, TN, offering an extensive repertoire of classical and contemporary ballet performances for the genereal public and school groups throughout the year. The CYB is priv... more

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Employment History

Director

Johnson City Ballet Academy


Artistic Director

CYB BV


Affiliations

Miami Junior Civic Ballet

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"This production puts the fun in ballet, yet shows its power in telling this tale," said Susan Pace-White, City Youth Ballet's artistic director.
The ballet will be performed three times: May 30 at 7:30 p.m. and May 31 at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. at the Gregory Center.


www.cityyouthballet.org

Along with the expertise of Susan Pace, the CYB's Artistic Director, the CYB invites guest dancers and teachers from internationally celebrated companies and schools to conduct workshops for its dancers and for interested community members.
With Wilma's daughter Susan Pace as the City Youth Ballet's Artistic Director, the tradition continues. Susan Pace Susan Pace began her training at the Holloway Dancing School of Johnson City, Tennessee. At the age of 8, she was invited to study with Thalia Mara and Arthur Mahoney in New York City. At age 16, she was offered a scholarship to the School of American Ballet. At age 19, she was dancing professionally with the Miami Junior Civic Ballet. Ms. Pace studied with Rudolph Nureyev at the National Ballet of Canada, Leon Danielian of American Ballet Theatre, Melissa Hayden of Skidmore College in New York, Edward Caton and Mary Day of Washington School of Ballet, and others. Ms. Pace has taught classical ballet for 40 years and has been the Director of the Johnson City Ballet since 1990. She has a broad view of classical ballet and, as a result, seeks out other professionals to help her train her students. Many of her students have gone on to dance in college or with major ballet companies, including the Atlanta Ballet, the Dance Theatre of Harlem, the Washington Ballet, the San Diego Ballet, Kentucky Ballet Theatre, Tulsa Ballet, and the San Antonio Ballet. She has conducted outreach workshops in city recreation programs and public schools throughout Northease Tennessee. Ms. Pace received the Tennessee Governor's School Outstanding Teacher of the Year award for 2003 and was recently named as a Tri-Cities Local Hero.


www.cityyouthballet.org

Along with the expertise of Susan Pace, the CYB's Artistic Director, the CYB invites guest dancers and teachers from internationally celebrated companies and schools to conduct workshops for its dancers and for interested community members.
With Wilma's daughter Susan Pace as the City Youth Ballet's Artistic Director, the tradition continues. Susan Pace Susan Pace began her training at the Holloway Dancing School of Johnson City, Tennessee. At the age of 8, she was invited to study with Thalia Mara and Arthur Mahoney in New York City. At age 16, she was offered a scholarship to the School of American Ballet. At age 19, she was dancing professionally with the Miami Junior Civic Ballet. Ms. Pace studied with Rudolph Nureyev at the National Ballet of Canada, Leon Danielian of American Ballet Theatre, Melissa Hayden of Skidmore College in New York, Edward Caton and Mary Day of Washington School of Ballet, and others. Ms. Pace has taught classical ballet for 40 years and has been the Director of the Johnson City Ballet since 1990. She has a broad view of classical ballet and, as a result, seeks out other professionals to help her train her students. Many of her students have gone on to dance in college or with major ballet companies, including the Atlanta Ballet, the Dance Theatre of Harlem, the Washington Ballet, the San Diego Ballet, Kentucky Ballet Theatre, Tulsa Ballet, and the San Antonio Ballet. She has conducted outreach workshops in city recreation programs and public schools throughout Northease Tennessee. Ms. Pace received the Tennessee Governor's School Outstanding Teacher of the Year award for 2003 and was recently named as a Tri-Cities Local Hero.


www.cityyouthballet.org

Susan Pace, CYB Artistic Director, teaches the classes.
Along with the expertise of Susan Pace, the CYB's Artistic Director, the CYB invites guest dancers and teachers from internationally celebrated companies and schools to conduct workshops for its dancers and for interested community members. ith Wilma's daughter Susan Pace as the City Youth Ballet's Artistic Director, the tradition continues. Susan Pace Susan Pace began her training at the Holloway Dancing School of Johnson City, Tennessee. At the age of 8, she was invited to study with Thalia Mara and Arthur Mahoney in New York City. At age 16, she was offered a scholarship to the School of American Ballet. At age 19, she was dancing professionally with the Miami Junior Civic Ballet. Ms. Pace studied with Rudolph Nureyev at the National Ballet of Canada, Leon Danielian of American Ballet Theatre, Melissa Hayden of Skidmore College in New York, Edward Caton and Mary Day of Washington School of Ballet, and others. Ms. Pace received the Tennessee Governor’s School Outstanding Teacher of the Year award for 2003 and was recently named as a Tri-Cities Local Hero.


www.cityyouthballet.org

Along with the expertise of Susan Pace, the CYB's Artistic Director, the CYB invites guest dancers and teachers from internationally celebrated companies and schools to conduct workshops for its dancers and for interested community members.
With Wilma's daughter Susan Pace as the City Youth Ballet's Artistic Director, the tradition continues. Susan Pace Susan Pace began her training at the Holloway Dancing School of Johnson City, Tennessee. At the age of 8, she was invited to study with Thalia Mara and Arthur Mahoney in New York City. At age 16, she was offered a scholarship to the School of American Ballet. At age 19, she was dancing professionally with the Miami Junior Civic Ballet. Ms. Pace studied with Rudolph Nureyev at the National Ballet of Canada, Leon Danielian of American Ballet Theatre, Melissa Hayden of Skidmore College in New York, Edward Caton and Mary Day of Washington School of Ballet, and others. Ms. Pace has taught classical ballet for 40 years and has been the Director of the Johnson City Ballet since 1990. She has a broad view of classical ballet and, as a result, seeks out other professionals to help her train her students. Many of her students have gone on to dance in college or with major ballet companies, including the Atlanta Ballet, the Dance Theatre of Harlem, the Washington Ballet, the San Diego Ballet, Kentucky Ballet Theatre, Tulsa Ballet, and the San Antonio Ballet. She has conducted outreach workshops in city recreation programs and public schools throughout Northease Tennessee. Ms. Pace received the Tennessee Governor's School Outstanding Teacher of the Year award for 2003 and was recently named as a Tri-Cities Local Hero.


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