Giulia Paris Biography
CORPS DE BALLET
Born in Italy, her academic training took place at diverse schools around the country, including the Centro Studi Coreografici Teatro Carcano di Milano, directed by Margarita Smirnova and the Hamlyn and Opus Ballet di Firenze. She also studied at the Washington Ballet School. In 2010, she joined the Balletto di Milano working with such renowned choreographers as Giorgio Madia and Adriana Mortellitti. During her time at that company, she danced in Italy's most important theatres and took leading roles in choreographies such as Romeo and Juliet and Cinderella by Giorgio Madia, as well as other classics, such as the Nutcracker Suite. Throughout her professional career, she has participated in numerous dance events, both in Italy and other countries, such as the Gran Galá del Balletto Imperiale, Gran Galá de dance (Milan), Roma in danza and Talenti della danza a Venecia, among others.
She joined the Compañía Nacional de Danza of Spain in September 2014, under José Carlos Martínez's direction. Since then she has danced important roles in Raymonda Variations (variation) and Don Quixote Suite (damme d'honneur), by José Carlos Martínez. She has also danced in other ballets like Allegro Brillante, by George Balanchine.