At the age of 16 she joined to the 5th year of the Instituto Superior de Arte of Teatro Colón, where she graduated with the title of Ballet Dancer, just three years later. Due to her talent and conditions, she is advanced one year in the career by the teachers and the Director of the school, she integrates the Youth Ballet of  Teatro Colón and was  hired as apprentice in the Ballet Estable del  Teatro Colón  for productions such as Swan Lake and Don Quixote.

In 2003 she was admitted and given a scholarship to the Royal Ballet School Summer Intensive in London.
In 2005, with only 18 years, through competition and international jury, she  joined to the Ballet Estable del Teatro Colon, taking part in all the productions of the company and assuming roles of soloist in recent seasons like La Bayadere, Don Quixote, Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Coppelia, Simphony in C,  Pulsaciones, Le Corsaire, Fuga Técnica, Paquita, Onegin, Les Sylphides, The Nutcracker, Cinderella, Coppelia among others. She was invited to join to the Nashville Ballet in the United States.

She was chosen to play  the role of Big Swan, in Swan Lake, in the farewell of Mr. Julio Bocca in Argentina.

She accompanied Paloma Herrera, Principal dancer of the American Ballet Theatre, in her first tour  around Argentina, in 2007.

In 2009 she was chosen, with Pablo López, to represent Argentina at the New York International Ballet Competition. They were semifinalists, acclaimed by the public and the press.

She is often invited at nationals and internationals ballet Galas.

She has worked with choreographers and repetiteurs  like Oscar Araiz, Eric Fréderic, Mauricio Wainrot, Vittorio Biagi, Alejandro Cervera, Karl Burnett, Renato Zanella, A. M. Holmes, Vicky Simon, Zarco Prebil, Denis Bonner, Susan Jones, among others.


Semifinalist at New York International Ballet Competition (2009)

Scholarship of Fundación Antorchas

Royal Ballet School Summer Intensive

Scholarship of Fondo Nacional de las Artes (Dance speciality)

Full scholarship of Nashville Ballet, Summer Intensive. Selected by Mr. Paul Vasterling

Scholarship of Fundación Teatro Colón

In 2013, in her hometown, Mar del Plata, The Honorable Deliberating Council of the General Pueyrredón Town, declares her  Outstanding Neighbor.


Don Quixote (Mercedes the Street Dancer – Grand Pas I variation – Queen of Dryads)

Sleeping Beauty (Lilac Fairy / Chor: Karl Burnett)

Giselle (Myrtha)

Swan Lake (Big Swan – Spanish / Chor: Sir Peter Wright)

Paquita ( IV variation)

La Bayadere ( Shades III variation)

Pulsaciones (Adagio / Chor: V. Biaggi)

The Nutcracker (Arabian Dance / Chor: R. Nureyev)

Raymonda (Pas de Deux)

Manon (Two cortesans / Chor: Sir K. MacMillan)

Le Corsaire (Odalisques II variation / Chor: A. M. Holmes)

Symphony in C (soloist 3rd. movement / Chor: G. Balanchine)

Fuga Técnica (soloist II variation – Chor: Eric Fréderic)

Diana & Acteon (Pas de deux)

Onegin (Chor: J. Cranko)


La Sylphide (Chor: Pierre Lacotte)


Les Sylphides

Beethoven 7th Symphony (Chor: V. Biaggi)

Rubies (G. Balanchine)

Theme and Variations (G. Balanchine)

Romeo and Juliet (Chor: Oscar Araiz)

Cinderella (Stepsister / Chor: Renato Zanella)

Dying Swan

Rodin (Rose Beuret / Chor: Boris Eifman)

Diamante (II movement created for her by Eric Fréderic)

Sylvia ( Diana, Hunt attendants and  Sylvia´s attendants – Chor: Sir Frederick Ashton)

Bosque de espejos (duet created for Paula Cassano and Igor Vallone by Constanza Macras)