Born in Madrid, Spain, Carlos Gonzalez began studying classical dance in 2005 at the Fortea Conservatory of Madrid. In 2012, he continued his training at the Royal Conservatory of Dance Mariemma of Madrid. His repertoire included the peasant pas de deux from Giselle, Basilio in Don Quixote, Solor in La Bayadère, the Nutcracker Prince in The Nutcracker, Franz in Coppélia and roles in Le Corsaire, Paquita, Swan Lake, Majísimo, Jose Tirado’s A Bigas, Goyo Montero’s Alrededor no hay nada, Juan Carlos Santamaría’s Sounds and Jean-Philippe Dury’s Four Seasons. In 2013, Gonzalez placed third in the Junior Classical Dance category in the XVII International Dance Competition in Ribarroja del Turia, Spain.
Gonzalez joined the American Ballet Theatre Studio Company in September 2015 and became an apprentice with the main Company in December 2016 and joined the corps de ballet in June 2017.
Mr. Gonzalez’s performances with American Ballet Theatre are sponsored by The John Palitinus Trust.