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Pamela Levy


Photo: Horst Frankenberger.

Pamela Levy is a dance educator with over two decades of experience teaching, directing, and creating choreography for dancers in all phases of their development. She received her early dance training in Princeton, NJ with Alexei Yudenich, Virginia Griffee, Dermot Burke, Jane Miller Gifford, Audreé Estey, and Sherry Alban. Levy received her BFA in Dance from Mason Gross School of the Arts, and is a charter graduate of the ABT/NYU Masters in Ballet Pedagogy Program.

In addition to her current role as the Director of the ABT/NYU Master’s Degree Program, Levy is also a member of the American Ballet Theatre National Training Curriculum’s Artistic Board of Examiners, is the Exam Coordinator for the NTC, and serves on the Advisory Council for the Misty Copeland Foundation’s BE BOLD Program.

At ABT Levy has been a faculty member of the ABT Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School Children’s Division, ABT’s Summer Intensives, and ABT’s Outreach Programs. Levy has also previously served as the Director of the Princeton Ballet School, Director of the ABT Certified School at Mason Gross Extension Division, Director of the Mark Morris Student Company II, Director of the Washington Rock Youth Ballet, and Director of the Steps Academy.

Her university teaching includes Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, Marymount Manhattan College, Princeton University, Rider University, and Teacher’s College at Columbia University.

Levy danced professionally with Murray Louis & Nikolais Dance Company and the Metropolitan Opera Ballet.