Matias Oberlin was born 1996 in Santa Fe, Argentina. After starting his dance education in his hometown, he continued to study at the School of The Hamburg Ballet where he was a recipient of a scholarship from the Pierino Ambrosoli Foundation. Mr. Oberlin joined The Hamburg Ballet in 2014 and was promoted to Soloist in 2018. His repertoire with The Hamburg Ballet includes Günther in The Nutcracker, The King in Christmas Oratorio I-VI, Gaston Rieux in The Lady of the Camellias and Brother Lorenzo in Romeo and Juliet. He has also danced solos in George Balanchine’s Liebeslieder Walzer and Brahms-Schoenberg Quartet. Mr. Oberlin was involved in the creation of John Neumeier’s Beethoven Project and Braulio Alvarez’s Pain Pushed me Forward. In 2017, he choreographed Flash for The Hamburg Ballet’s Young Choreographers programme.