Natalie Aronno was born and raised in Los Angeles, California where she began dancing at her local studio. She is a first-generation Argentinian/Mexican-American and is pursuing her B.F.A. in Dance Performance at University of California, Irvine. Prior to college, she received her dance education from Los Angeles County High School for the Arts and Karen McDonald with training in ballet, Horton, Graham, Limón, jazz, and Dunham techniques. Natalie has been fortunate enough to learn and perform repertoire by Jiri Kylián, Jose Limon, HansVan Manen, RamiBe’er, and Jerome Robbins. A few summer intensives she has attended are Ballet Hispanico, Complexions, Limon, Hubbard Street, Laguna Dance Festival, and Bodytraffic. She is thrilled to return to Ballet Hispanico in the summer of 2022.