A former soloist with American Ballet Theatre, Warren Conover performed a wide range
of roles from classical to demi-character to modern in more than 50 ballets. He has also
appeared on several "Live from Lincoln Center" broadcasts; a "Dance in America"
presentation and he performed a featured role in the television broadcast of
Baryshnikov's The Nutcracker. He was a faculty member at the Ruth Page Foundation
School of Dance, the Gus Giordano Dance Center and the Lou Conte Dance Studio in
Chicago for 13 years.
For 10 years, Mr. Conover was the artistic associate/ballet master for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, touring extensively.
In 1994, Mr. Conover joined the faculty of the North Carolina School of the Arts, where he is assistant dean/school of dance. Since that time he has staged and choreographed numerous ballets for the School of the Arts. In February 1997, he returned to American Ballet Theatre to restage Fredrick Ashton's Les Patineurs which has been absent from their repertoire for 12 years.
Mr. Conover continues to guest teach nationally, including the American Ballet Theatre Summer Intensive program as well as a long association with Chicago Dance Masters of America.
* ABI is not affiliated with American Ballet Theatre or ABT Summer Intensives