Mr. Westfield with Tessa Moore in Tseng's choreography of "The Last Cup of Water"

Dan Westfield

Dan Westfield began his ballet training at South Texas Dance Theatre in 1992.  He trained with Houston Ballet Academy, the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater Graduate Program, and the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theater. Mr. Westfield has been dancing with Ballet Frontier since 2009 and created many featured roles for the company. He has played the role of Armand in The Lady of the Camellias, James in La Sylphide, and as Snow King and Cavalier in The Nutcracker. Mr. Westfield recently performed with Ballet Frontier in Seoul, South Korea for a special gala performance honoring the former Artistic Director of Universal Ballet Company, Roy Tobias. Mr. Westfield striking stage presence and skilled partnering has gained him internationally recognition.

"As they navigate through a variety of fascinating partnering choreography, one cannot help but marvel at each dancer’s development and progress. Moore demonstrates a compelling fluidity, while Westfield stuns with effortlessly controlled leaps. A few years ago they would not have looked as polished, as captivating, and so utterly engrossed in their characters. While they’ve both exhibited commendable performances over the years, they deliver something truly remarkable this night." - Cheryl Callon, Theatre Jones


Mr. Westfield with Katelyn Clenaghan , courtesy of Texas Ballet Theater in Tseng's choreography of "String Quartet #1"performed in Seoul, South Korea

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