Born in New York City, Catherine Hurlin began her dance training at Scarsdale Ballet Studio and Westchester Dance Academy. In 2008, she accepted a full scholarship to the American Ballet Theatre Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School under the direction of Franco De Vita. Hurlin received several awards during her training and attended ABT’s Summer Intensive as a National Training Scholar from 2010–2012. She performed the role of “Clara” in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall for three years. As a student, she performed with ABT at the Metropolitan Opera House in Mozartiana, The Sleeping Beauty, and Le Corsaire, and created the role of Young Clara in Alexei Ratmansky’s The Nutcracker. Hurlin joined ABT Studio Company in 2012 and became an apprentice with the main Company in December 2013. She joined the corps de ballet in June 2014 and was promoted to Soloist in September 2018. Her repertoire with ABT includes Kitri in Don Quixote, Myrta in Giselle, Clara, the Princess in Ratmansky’s The Nutcracker, Odette-Odile in Swan Lake, and leading roles in repertory works. She has created roles including Callirhoe in Of Love and Rage, Hail in The Seasons, Mademoiselle Marianne Chartreuse in Whipped Cream, and leading roles in Let Me Sing Forevermore and New American Romance. Hurlin was a Clive Barnes Award finalist in 2015. She received the Barbara and John Lehman Dance Honor by the Princess Grace Foundation in 2018 and The Erik Bruhn Prize in 2019.
Roman Zhurbin was born in Moscow, Russia, and came to the United States at age 13. He began his ballet training at 15 at LaGuardia High School and received training at Studio Maestro during his high school years. In 2003, he attended American Ballet Theatre’s Summer Intensive and was asked to join ABT Studio Company. Zhurbin joined ABT as an apprentice in April 2004 and became a member of the corps de ballet in April 2005. He was promoted to Soloist in August 2014. His roles with the Company include Dr. Coppélius in Coppélia, Don Quixote in Don Quixote, Lysander in The Dream, the Elegy Pas de Deux from With a Chance of Rain, the Father in Fall River Legend, Kaschei in Alexei Ratmansky’s Firebird, Hilarion in Giselle, Death in The Green Table, The Man She Must Marry in Jardin aux Lilas, Monsieur GM and the Jailer in Manon, The Moor in The Moor’s Pavane, Drosselmeyer in Alexei Ratmansky’s The Nutcracker, Prince Gremin in Onegin, The Friend in Pillar of Fire, Father in Prodigal Son, the Head Wrangler in Rodeo, Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet, Some Assembly Required, von Rothbart (Lakeside) in Swan Lake, and leading roles in repertory works. Zhurbin created the King of Babylon and Hermocrates in Of Love and Rage, the Fiance’s Father in On the Dnieper, Cassandre in Harlequinade, Alonso in The Tempest, Boris Wutki in Whipped Cream, and featured roles in Dream within a Dream (deferred) and Everything Doesn’t Happen at Once.
Daniel Camargo was born in Sorocaba, Brazil. He joined the John Cranko School in Stuttgart, Germany in 2005, studying under the Russian teacher Peter Pestov. After graduating in 2009, Camargo joined the Stuttgart Ballet as a member of the corps de ballet and was promoted to soloist in 2012. He was appointed principal dancer with that company in 2013. In 2016, he joined Dutch National Ballet as a principal dancer. Camargo has received several awards, including the Audience Choice Award at The Erik Bruhn Prize competition in 2011 and the Premio Positano in 2017. He was nominated for the Benois de la Danse in 2018 and 2019. Camargo has performed with several international ballet companies, including the Stuttgart Ballet, The Australian Ballet, Dutch National Ballet, Opera di Roma, Czech National Ballet, the Finnish National Ballet, Hong Kong Ballet, The Tokyo Ballet, The Kremlin Ballet, the Mariinsky Theatre, The Royal Ballet, and Teatro Colón. He appeared as a Guest Artist with ABT for the 2022 Summer season at the Metropolitan Opera House. His roles with the Company include Basilio in Don Quixote, Dionysius in Of Love and Rage, Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, and Prince Siegfried in Swan Lake.