Bella Ureta trained at the Pacific Northwest Ballet School for over 10 years beginning in 2005, spending her final two years in the professional division. Where she performed in many corps de ballet roles including Balanchine’s The Nutcracker, Kent Stowell’s Swan Lake, Jean Christophe Maillot’s Romeo et Juliet, and Crystal Pite’s Emergence. In 2016 Ureta joined Boston Ballet II, where she had the privilege to perform in Balanchine’s Haieff Divertimento, Ivan Liska’s Le Corsaire, Marius Petipa’s Sleeping Beauty, and William Forsythe’s Artifact 2017. Ureta joined Cincinnati Ballet in 2017.
Bella Ureta joined the Cincinnati Ballet corps de ballet in the 2017 season. How long have you been dancing? Why did you become a dancer? I have been dancing for 14 years. I started dancing when I was selected to join Pacific Northwest Ballet’s school through their outreach program, ‘Dance Chance’. I loved being part of […]