Corps de Ballet
Miami City Ballet School
School of American Ballet (summer program)
Centro Estatal de Bellas Artes, Mexico
Encuentro Internacional de Ballet, Cuba (summer program)
SAN FRANCISCO BALLET
Joined the Company as a member of the corps de ballet in 2017
Balletto del Sud (Italy)
Miami City Ballet (apprentice)
Don Quixote (Seguidilla, Gitano Woman, Driads, Fandango)
Nutcracker (Maid, Gertrude, Party Guests, Snowflakes, Spanish, Arabian, French, and Flowers)
Romeo & Juliet (Citizens of Verona and Ballroom Ladies)
Swan Lake (Aristocrat, Swan Corps, Spanish Princess)
The Sleeping Beauty (Garland Dance, Ladies of the Court, Nymphs, and Polonaise)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Titania’s Retinue/Fairies, Hippolyta’s Hounds, and Courtiers)
Symphony in C (First & Second Movement)
La Sylphide (Reel Couples, Sylphs)
Ibsen’s House (Ellida Wangel in “Lady from the Sea”)
Blake Works I
Etudes (Ladies in White and Sylphides)
Mrs. Robinson (originated ensemble)
The Little Mermaid
Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming (originated a principal couple’s role)
Björk Ballet (originated)
The Rising (originated corps)
The Seasons (Snowflakes, Cornflowers)
The Promised Land (Soloist, originated ensemble)
Die Toteninsel (originated)
Cinderella (Summer/Generosity corps and Courtiers)
Nutcracker (Arabian, Snow soloist couple, Party Guests, and Spanish)
The Sleeping Beauty (Puss in Boots)
The Four Temperaments (Melancholic and Phlegmatic corps)
George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker™ (Snow, Spanish, and Flowers)
Jewels (“Emeralds” and “Diamonds”)
Swan Lake, Act 2 (Swans)
Symphony in Three Movements
Rooster (“Ruby Tuesday” solo and “Lady Jane” woman)
Second to Last (Lead)
Flight of Fancy (Lead couple)
Uniko (“Warhorse” woman)
The Taming of the Shrew (Pas de six)
Remansos (3rd pas de deux)
in the middle, somewhat elevated
Edipo Re (Giocasta)
Firebird (Princess Tsarevna)
Mozart (Lead couple)
Swan Lake (Big Swans)
Gorsky after petipa
Don Quixote (Gitana Woman, Gitanos, Driads, and Fandango)
Rite of Spring
Romeo and Juliet (Lead Harlot)
Infra (2nd pas de deux)
The Grammar of Ornament (Lead couple)
Ballad Unto… (Lead couple)
- Won the gold medal, Professional Category, at VII Concurso de la Confederación Interamericana de Profesionales de la Danza in 2010.
- Received scholarships from the Institute of Culture of the Yucatán Government in 2004–2008.
- Received the Youth Award of the Arts, Yucatán, Mexico, in 2003.
- Performed in Farewell: Sarah Van Patten, Wooden Dimes, 2022.
- Performed in Starry Nights at Stanford Live, Serenade, 2021.
What inspired you to keep dancing during the COVID-19 lockdown?
To focus on the beauty and love within us, regardless of the mess that it was outside.
If you weren’t a dancer, what would your job be?
Psychologist or design.
What are some of your favorite roles or ballets you've danced while at SF Ballet?
Justin Peck’s Hurry Up We’re Dreaming, Liam Scarlet’s Die Toteninsel and Hummingbird, Dwight Roden’s The Promised Land, Helgi Tomasson’s Trio, Gipsy Queen in Tomasson’s Don Q, Second Movement Demis in Balanchine’s Symphony in C, White Tutu in Lander’s Etudes.
What are you the most proud of?
The consistency of my work ethic, never missing a single performance yet, and never giving up.
What are you looking forward to in the 2023 Season?
Just more joyous dancing :)