Logan Pachciarz began his dance career with the guidance of Shelly Washington in Twyla Tharp’s Dance company Tharp! After extensive traveling, he continued his classical training at North Carolina School of the Arts under the tutelage of Ton Simons, Fernando Bujones, and Warren Conover. At age 18, he joined the Boston Ballet where he enjoyed performing works by such choreographers as Rudi van Dantzig, Christopher Wheeldon, and Ben Stevenson. In 2001, Mr. Pachciarz joined the Kansas City Ballet. In his 15 years with the company, he performed leading roles in a diverse repertoire, ranging from classical and neoclassical works such as Giselle, Romeo and Juliet and The Four Temperaments to contemporary and modern pieces including Jardi Tancat, Dark Elegies, The Catherine Wheel Suite and The Moor’s Pavane. He was recognized by Dance Magazine’s Wendy Perron as one of the best dancers of 2016. Mr. Pachciarz is currently the Co-Artistic Director of Moving Arts Kansas City and Cincinnati. As director, he has presented repertoire from the forefront of dance by Marco Goecke, Douglas Lee, Penny Saunders, Salvatore Aiello, Marina Kessler, Todd Bolender, Matthew Neenan, George Balanchine and Ma Cong. Mr. Pachciarz has choreographed extensively, with such credits as Eugene Onegin and the opera The Shining.