Isabel Robles was born in Arlington, Virginia, and was raised in Reston, Virginia. From a young age Isabel gravitated towards dance and began training in ballet at age 4. While at the Classical Ballet Theatre she gained experience in the styles of ballet, jazz, Horton, Graham, character dance, modern, and contemporary. After attending a summer intensive at The Houston Ballet, Isabel was offered a scholarship to join their year-round pre-professional program in 2013. Isabel spent 3 years with the program performing reworks of Stanton Welsh, George Balanchine, David Lichine, and John Neumeier ballets. Isabel then returned home to Northern Virginia to finish high school while also attending the Washington Ballet pre-professional program. During her time at the Washington Ballet Isabel worked with Julie Kent and Xiomara Reyes and performed with their company in “The Nutcracker”. Isabel furthered her modern and contemporary background at Joy of Motion Dance Center in Washington, D.C., for a year before attending James Madison University. Isabel will graduate in May 2022 with her B.A. in Dance. During her time at JMU she has worked with Kyle Abraham, Christian Warner, Omar Román De Jesús, Julie Nakagawa, and Ballet Hispánico. For the past three summers Isabel has attended DanceWorks Chicago’s summer program under the direction of Julie Nakagawa and Sara Bibik. This is her first season with Ballet Hispánico.