Paige Adams, Artist

Born: Newtown, Pennsylvania 

Joined Ballet West II: 2011
Joined Ballet West: 2013

Training: Studied in New York City at Studio Maestro and the School of American Ballet. Spent three years and graduated from the North Carolina School of the Arts. Attended many summer intensives including Pacific Northwest Ballet, Jacob’s Pillow, Ballet Austin, Chautauqua Dance, School of American Ballet, and San Francisco Ballet. Studied as a Ballet major at Indiana University Ballet Theatre prior to joining the Ballet West Academy Professional Trainee Division in 2010.

Favorite Roles: Pas de Deux in Don Quixote and "Dark Angel" in George Balanchine’s Serenade

Additional Information: In 2007, Paige performed Balanchine’s Serenade at the Hollywood Bowl for the Hall of Fame Induction of John Mauceri, Chancellor of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.  As a Ballet West Trainee, she performed in the Garland Dance from Ballet West’s production of The Sleeping Beauty and Dance of the Blessed Spirits in Balanchine’s Chaconne.

Honors: Recipient of the Semans Scholarship for Dance Merit at North Carolina School of the Arts and Distinguished Scholar at Indiana University Ballet Theatre.