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Bruce McCormick is a choreographer, performer, educator and scholar. He earned his BFA from The Juilliard School and his MFA from the University of Washington where he was also on faculty. He performed in thirteen countries on four continents as a member of Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, the Bavarian State Ballet, and the Bern Ballet, where he was a soloist and ballet master. He also served as Assistant Artistic Director of North Netherlands Dance and Guest Rehearsal Director with Ballet BC. McCormick’s work has been performed throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia, and he has taught masterclasses for several companies including BalletX, Gibney, Company, Malpaso Dance Company, National Dance Company of Wales, Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures and Whim W’Him. He choreographed the opera Eugene Onegin for the Bern Municipal Theater, as well as The Merry Widow and William Tell for the Korea National Opera. His most recent festival credits include Men in Dance, Dance Deck, the Seattle International Dance Festival, Boulder Ballet Film Festival, the ITS Festival in Amsterdam and the International Festival of Contemporary Dance in Mexico City. He has presented for the National Dance Education Organization, and his scholarship has been published by The International Journal of Arts Theory and History. In 2018, he joined the faculty of the University of Southern California Glorya Kaufman School of Dance where he serves as Associate Professor of Practice in Ballet Technique.