The National Executive Board of Directors of the Cecchetti Council of America is proud to present a brief bio ofPAMELA MOORE:

Pam received her early training at the National Ballet under the tutelage of her mother, Helen Moore as well as with CCA Charter Member Gertrude Edwards Jory, Gioconda Fillippinni, and Robert Davis. Diploma studies with Margaret Marsh and Laura Wilson, former pupils of Maestro Enrico Cecchetti. She earned a B.A. in Dance and Music from the University of Maryland.

Pam received full scholarships to study the Cecchetti Method in England. Choreographic grants have been awarded to her by the Maryland State Arts Council, the Prince George’s Arts Council, and the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County.

A principal dancer with the National Ballet Company for over 30 years, Pam has danced every major role in the repertoire. She also has been Artistic Director of the National Ballet Company, affording dancers from various countries opportunities to perform professionally in the U.S.

As a teacher, her extensive career covers classes and workshops taught throughout the U.S. as well as in England and Canada. She has been on the faculties of the University of Maryland, Bowie State University, and Suitland High School Magnet School for the Arts as well as teaching at Hope College for the CCA International Summer School and Teachers’ Course.

Students have won awards and scholarships, and have performed professionally both in the U.S. and abroad. Pam has presented countless teachers for Cecchetti exams including the Maestro Cecchetti Diploma.

Pam received the Maestro Cecchetti Diploma from the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing, Cecchetti Society of London, England. For 25 years, Pam was Co-Chair of the Board of Examiners, is a Permanent Examiner and Liaison Officer. She is a Past Chair of the East Coast Committee and also an advisor for the committee planning the Specialized Teacher Training and Examination Program to be presented at the CCA International Summer School and Teachers’ Course in 2021.

She is Chairman of the Cecchetti Institute, a 501 C-3 organization dedicated to the work of Enrico Cecchetti as he taught it.

A devotee of all aspects of art, she is a talented artist working in oil paintings and also plays the piano. Pam lives in Tracey’s Landing, Maryland with her husband, John, and has two daughters, two grandchildren, and a house full of exotic birds.