Daniel Lozano Martín

Corps of ballet


Daniel was born in Madrid in 2000. He takes his first dance steps in the school Destreza y Ritmo. In 2012 he began his studies at the RCPD Mariemma. He becomes a student at L'ecole de Danse de l'Opera National de Paris in 2015, where he graduates in 2018.

The school of the Paris Opera under the direction of Elisabeth Platel, allowed him todance pieces such as The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude, by William Forsythe, UnBallo by Jirí Kylian, and Spring and Fall, by John Neumeier. His teacher ChristopheDuquenne stands out in his training. Alongside him Rosa Naranjo, Eric Camillo and Jean Guillaume-Bart have been his teachers.

After his graduation in 2018, Daniel obtains his first contract for the 18/19 season with l’Opéra National de Paris. John Neumeier’s The Lady of the Camellias and Rudolf Nureyev’s Swan Lake were his first corps de ballet works. Months before embarking on his new adventure at Teatro alla Scala in Milan for the 19/20 season, he was able to work directly with choreographer Crystal Pite for the piece Seasons’ Canon.

During the 21/22 season, he worked with l'Opera National de Paris until the opportunity arose for her first production with the Compañía Nacional de Danza, to dance Concerto DSCH, by Alexei Ratmansky, and he was able to work with him.

After the auditions of 2022, Daniel joins the cast of artists of Compañía Nacional de Danza under the direction of Joaquin De Luz.