Morgan Davison started her dance training at Riverside Ballet Arts under the direction of Glenda Carhart and then furthered her studies at Ballet Pacifica. Morgan began her professional career at 17 years old with the Suzanne Farrell Ballet. She continued her education on scholarship at the University of Utah, dancing with the Department of Ballet’s resident student company, Utah Ballet. She was then invited to join Nashville Ballet’s second company. During her time in Nashville, she grew more interested in exploring modern and contemporary dance through working with Banning Bouldin and Gina Patterson. She decided to explore further, moving to Chicago to train at the Lou Conte Dance Studio under the direction of Claire Bataille. After a year in Chicago, she danced with the Madison Ballet in Wisconsin for a year. Since returning to Southern California, Morgan has danced with Kenneth Walker Dance Project and Intersect Dance Theatre as well as teaching Riverside Community College and a number of studios in the area.
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