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Suzanne Haag

Resident Choreographer
Originally from Hartford, Connecticut, Suzanne received her early training at the School of the Hartford Ballet and Butler University where she received her B.S. in Arts Administration and Dance. She has performed with The Hartford Ballet, The Indianapolis Opera Company, DROP Dance Collective, Nevada Ballet Theatre, Ballet Idaho, and Eugene Ballet. As a company artist with EB for 15 years she had the privilege of dancing and originating roles in many of Toni Pimble’s ballets, she also performed the work of notable choreographers: Gerald Arpino, George Balanchine, Jessica Lang, Stephanie Martinez, Amy Seiwert, Dennis Spaight, Mauricio Wainrot, and Septime Webre.
Suzanne was named Resident Choreographer of Eugene Ballet in 2018. Her choreographic work includes adaptations of Stravinsky’s The Firebird and Petrushka as well as collaborations with percussionist Pius Cheung (Heaven and Earth), author Gregory Ahlijian (The Large Rock and The Little Yew), internationally renowned band Pink Martini, The Eugene Opera, videographer Katherine Frizzell/Gravy Media and 2-time Grammy nominee, Tracy Bonham.  She has been an artist in residence at the University of Utah, Dance Lab NY (Chautauqua), Dance in the Parks (Chicago), National Choreographers Initiative (Irvine, CA), Texas Christian University, the University of Oregon, and University of North Carolina School for the Arts. Her choreography received recognition from the McCallum Theatre’s Choreography Competition, the Oregon Arts Commission, the Lane Arts Council, The Fuselage Film Festival, Women Choreographers of the Pacific Northwest, and the New York Choreographic Institute.
Suzanne is also the co-founder of the local interactive performing group, #instaballet, and is an ABT® Certified Teacher, who has successfully completed the ABT® Teacher Training Intensive in Primary through Level 5 of the ABT® National Training Curriculum. Past and upcoming projects can be viewed here:
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