Camila Bocca


She began her studies with Maria Elisabeth Sture in Santa Fe. She participated in numerous national and international competitions such as Pre-Selection Prix de Lausanne, Passo de Arte, Youth America Grand Prix, among others. In 2014 she studied in Barcelona with Beatriz Torres and Leorkis Cala Durand. In 2015 she joined theTeatro Colón Permanent Ballet. Under the direction of Paloma Herrera, she was promoted to soloist dancer and since then she has performed in leading roles in productions such as Sleeping Beauty and Swan Lake (choreographies by Mario Galizzi), Theme and Variations and Bright Allegro (George Balanchine), The Nutcracker (Rudolph Nureyev), The Corsair (Anne Marie Holmes), Coppelia (Dalal Achcar), The Merry Widow (Ronald Hynd), Romeo and Juliet (Kenneth MacMillan), Don Quijote (Vladimir Vasiliev), La Sylphide (Pierre Lacotte) and Cinderella (Ben Stevenson).