Josué Ullate

Soloist dancer


He was born in Madrid. Josué Ullate Andrés received his training at the Víctor Ullate School, with teachers such as Víctor Ullate, María Fernández, Menia Martínez among others. In 2008 he obtained a scholarship to study at the National School of Cuba with teachers such as Giselle Dejá, Mirta Hermida, among others.

In 2010 he became a member of the Victor Ullate Ballet Company. In 2014 he is promoted to the category of principal dancer dancing roles in ballets such as Coppélia, El amor Brujo, Carmen, Canciones de un compañero errante, Bolero de Ravel, Samsara,
Jaleos, among others.
That same year he received the Positano Leonide Massine Award as best new dancer of the contemporary scene.
In 2015 he is nominated as a finalist for the Max Awards as best male performer.
In 2021 he became a soloist dancer in the Tanzcompany Innsbruck directed by Enrique Gasa Valga where he performs soloist and principal roles in ballets such as Romy Schneider, Terra Baixa, María de Buenos Aires, Lorca (created for him) among others.
He also participates in pieces such as Saraband (Jirí Kylián), Gnawa (Nacho Duato), among others.

In 2022 he joined the Compañía Nacional de Danza as a soloist under the direction of Joaquín De Luz.