Catherine Hurlin

Biography

Born in New York City, Catherine Hurlin began her dance training at Scarsdale Ballet Studio and Westchester Dance Academy. She won the 2007 Hope Award at the Youth America Grand Prix and received full scholarships to study at the American Ballet Theatre Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School and American Ballet Theatre’s (ABT) Summer Intensive in New York City. Ms. Hurlin performed the role of Clara in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular for three years and then joined the ABT Studio Company in 2012, the main company as an Apprentice in 2013 and the Corps de Ballet in 2014.  Her repertoire includes an Odalisque in Le Corsaire, Maiden in Firebird, peasant pas de deux in Giselle, pas de trois and a big swan in Swan Lake and a leading role in Garden Blue. She created the role of Mademoiselle Marianne Chartreuse in Whipped Cream. In 2018, Ms. Hurlin was promoted to Soloist and received the Princess Grace Award.