Alyce Cristina Vallejo Moran began her training at North Carolina Dance Theater and The Charlotte School of Ballet. Through the Student Ensemble and the Charlotte Youth Ballet she was given the opportunity to work in various techniques and perform in many classical, contemporary, and modern works. In her senior year at Northwest School of the Arts, Alyce was an invited guest artist with the Moving Poets Theater of Dance. This provided Alyce with the footing to guide her to a professional career in dance as she entered Florida State University. While at FSU she had the honor of working with and performing in original works by Daryl Foster, Alex Ketley, Rick McCullough, and many more. Alyce also performed as a soloist in the restaging of Pas de Quarte, restaged by Richard Sias and Western Symphony by Balanchine and restaged by Suzanne Farrell. During her time at FSU Alyce was invited to dance with Suzanne Farrell at the Kennedy Center, Alonzo King LINES Ballet, and did a four month internship with Ballet Hispanico. Graduating Cum Laude in 2006 she moved to San Francisco to dance with the SF Conservatory of Dance, Performance Company, under the direction of Summer Lee Rhatigan. Upon moving back to Charlotte in 2007, Alyce joined Martha Connerton/ Kinetic Works Dance Company- Currently in her fifth season and now acting as rehearsal and administrative assistant. In the past five years she has performed original works by E.E. Balcos, Martha Connerton, Duane Cyrus, and Edward and Christina Winslow. This past summer, Alyce performed with CPCC Summer Theater in the Will Rogers Follies as aFollies Girl and was invited to be a guest faculty member of NC Dance Theater 5 week summer intensive as a modern teacher. Alyce now performs as a guest artist with the Charlotte Youth Ballet in the Nutcracker and other performances. This October she performed in the premier show of Echo Contemporary Dance Company. Alyce continues teaching ballet and modern at The Charlotte School of Ballet and joins NCDT faculty teaching Modern. Alyce’s artistic journey is never ending and she looks forward to the adventures that await but couldn’t do it without the amazing love and support from her husband and Family!