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Danielle Archuleta

Danielle Archuleta is originally from Littleton, Colorado. She received her early training at Belliston Academy of Ballet and went on to attend summer intensive programs at Pacific Northwest Ballet, Boston Ballet, Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, and Miami City Ballet, where she continued her training in their pre-professional program under the direction of Lordes Lopez and Arantxa Ochoa. In Miami, she had the opportunity to perform Balanchine's Western Symphony and Valse Fantaisie and a principal role in Ballabile (from Napoli). Upon graduating from Miami City Ballet, she joined City Ballet of San Diego, where she performed numerous roles including, Balanchine's The Four Temperaments, Serenade, and danced the role of Clara in Elizabeth Wistrich's The Nutcracker. In 2019, Danielle accepted a position with Ballet Austin II where she performed in several productions, including Stephen Mills' The Nutcracker and Joshua Manculich's Menagerie. In 2021, Danielle joined Zikr Dance Ensemble, a contemporary ballet company based in Denver. While dancing with Zikr Dance Ensemble, she has had the opportunity to perform soloist and principal roles in numerous ballets, created by artistic director, David Taylor and well as Tomm Ruud’s Mobile. Danielle continues to perform with Zikr Dance Ensemble in addition to becoming the company’s rehearsal director and ballet mistress. Danielle is currently a freelance dancer based in Denver and has had the opportunity to perform, as a guest artist, with Central Oklahoma Ballet and Yellowstone Ballet. 

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