In the 1930s he studied with George Balanchine in New York. He danced with several companies, including Fokine Ballet & Ballet Caravan, before going to L.A, where he choreographed dances for films produced by MGM.
During the time Maria Dare and other Ballet House dancers were in Hollywood, Eugene Loring choreographed a few dances for the film Ziegfeld Follies, He also staged dances for the films Thrill of Brazil (1946 ), The Fiesta (1947 ), Abbott and Costello's Mexican Hayride (1948 ), The Inspector General ( 1949 )
In 1947, he founded the American School of Dance in Hollywood. Maria Dare Dance History Collection has some of Maria’s notes from classes she took at his school.
In 1965 he became founding chair of the Dance Department at the Univ. of California, Irvine. He died in NY in 1982.