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Francisco Aguilar
















Aguilar has performed professionally with the Compañia Colombiana Ballet, Ballet Juvenil de Cali both in Colombia, Montgomery Ballet in Alabama-USA and Atlanta Ballet in Georgia-USA.

Mr. Aguilar graduated from Institute Colombiano of Ballet (INCOLBALLET), in Cali Colombia and received a full scholarship to train at the American Ballet Theatre  in 2006 where he trained with Nancy Raffa.

Mr. Aguilar joined Atlanta Ballet in Georgia-USA as a fellowship dancer where he performed in the soloist part of the Nephew in “The Nutcracker”, choreographed by Artistic Director, John McFall. Francisco performed with Atlanta Ballet during the 2012 to 2015 seasons, performing in Michael Pink's “Dracula”, Christopher Wheeldon's ''Rush'', David Bintley's "Carmina Burana" and Jean-Christophe Maillot's "Romeo and Juliet". He was also featured as the Phlegmatic Man in George Balanchine's "Four Temperaments" and as a Stepsister in "Cinderella", as the Fox in "Pinocchio" and in  "Snow White" all choreographed by Bruce Wells.

Mr. Aguilar was awarded a scholarship and invited to represent his native country, Colombia at the internationally acclaimed "Performing in America" International workshop  two years in a row, under the artistic direction of Darren McIntyre. He was cast in the principal role of Hilarion in "Giselle" in 2012 and featured  in several soloist roles  in "Don Quixote" in 2013.

Mr. Aguilar has represented Colombia in several International Dance Festivals such as; The International Festival of Ballet de Cali, Performing in America and was a Special Guest Artist in the role of Von Rothbart in "Swan Lake" at Kirkland Arts Center in New York-USA.

In 2009, Francisco won the Silver medal at the First International Competition in Cali, Colombia where he competed against dancers coming from all over the world.

His repertory includes all the traditional classical ballets as well innovative works by choreographers; Aurora Bosch, Bruces Wells, Christopher Wheeldon, Darren McIntyre, David Bintley, Flavio Salazar, George Balanchine, Gloria Castro, Gustavo Herrera, Jean-Christophe Maillot, Jimmy Gamonet, John McFall, Juan Carlos Penuela, Maria Helena Llorente, Michael Pink & Nancy Raffa.


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