Emilia Haydee Peredo Aguirre


She has been part of the permanent ballet staff in Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires since 2012, and she has performed as corps de ballet, principal dancer and soloist. She performed major roles in the following ballet productions: as La Sylphide choreographed by Pierre Lacotte (La Sylphide), Romeo and Juliet choreographed by Kenneth MacMillan (Julieta), The Nutcracker choreographed by Rudolf Nureyev (Clara, Luisa), Fancy Free choreographed by Jerome Robbins (First girl), Por vos muero choreographed by Nacho Duato, In the middle, Somewhat Elevated choreographed by William Forsythe (Releve woman), Swan Lake choreographed by Peter Wright ( Pas de trois, Pas de quatre), choreographed by Don Quijote choreographed by Vladimir Vasiliev (Cupid), Coppelia choreographed by Enrique Martinez (Swanilda), Le Corsaire choreographed by Anna-Marie Holmes (Gulnara.)

She was awarded the Beijing International Ballet Competition in 2011, the Grand Prix de Lausanne in 2012 and the Varna International Ballet Competition in 2016. 

Her dance mentor was Philip Balmain Beamish, with whom she took coaching classes in Buenos Aires and Costa Rica.

She has taken intensive courses in the American Academy of Ballet, in The School of American Ballet of New York, USA, adding, in the last 10 years, lessons with Maximiliano Guerra, Lidia Segni, Paloma Herrera and other renowned teachers in Buenos Aires.