Steven Loch

PNB Corps de Ballet

Steven Loch © Angela Sterling

Steven Loch is from Dallas, Texas. He studied at Ballet Conservatory in Lewisville, Texas, and on scholarship at Harid Conservatory and Pacific Northwest Ballet School. He attended summer courses on scholarship at American Ballet Theatre, Canada’s National Ballet School, the School of American Ballet, Harid Conservatory, and Pacific Northwest Ballet School. Mr. Loch joined Pacific Northwest Ballet as an apprentice in 2011 and was promoted to corps de ballet in 2012.

While a student at Pacific Northwest Ballet School, Mr. Loch performed corps de ballet roles with Pacific Northwest Ballet in George Balanchine’s Coppélia, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Square Dance; Peter Boal’s Giselle; Ronald Hynd’s The Sleeping Beauty; Alexei Ratmansky’s Concerto DSCH; Jerome Robbins’ West Side Story Suite; Kent Stowell’s Cinderella and Nutcracker; and Twyla Tharp’s Waterbaby Bagatelles. He performed leading roles in Balanchine’s Chaconne and Western Symphony for Pacific Northwest Ballet School’s annual School Performances and also performed leading roles in Bruce Wells’ Hansel and Gretel and Pinocchio. He originated roles in ballets by Andrew Bartee, Kiyon Gaines, Paul Gibson, Barry Kerollis, Margaret Mullin, and Seth Orza for Pacific Northwest Ballet School’s annual School Performance and Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Choreographers’ Showcase and Next Step performances.

Mr. Loch has performed as a guest artist at the International Ballet Festival of Miami and the Youth America Grand Prix Stars of Today Meet the Stars of Tomorrow Gala. He has performed the role of Albrecht in Giselle, opposite American Ballet Theater soloist Sarah Lane, Prince Désiré in The Sleeping Beauty, and the lead in Balanchine’s Valse Fantaisie with LakeCities Ballet Theatre.

Mr. Loch won the Junior Bronze Medal in the New York Youth America Grand Prix competition in 2005 and won the Regional “Youth Grand Prix” Award in 2006. He was the recipient of the Texie Waterman Scholarship in 2005 and the George Skibine Scholarship in 2009, both awarded by the Dallas Dance Council.
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