Arian Molina


Originally from Cuba, Arian danced with the Cuban National Ballet. He then joined the Philadelphia Ballet as a principal dancer in 2015.

Arian is considered "one of the most promising contemporary dancers to emerge from the Cuban School of Ballet."

He has danced principal and featured roles that include Ben Stevenson’s Cinderella (Prince), Nacho Duato’s Remansos, Christopher Wheeldon’s DGV: Danse à Grande Vitesse, Angel Corella’s Le Corsaire (Conrad), and George Balanchine’s Western Symphony (Fourth Movement).


How did your dance journey begin?

When I was little I liked to dance a lot in general, and two sisters lived near my house who were already in ballet school, they told me that they saw me suitable for ballet and, I started in dance school ,so until today I have not stopped dancing.
What accomplishments are you proud of?
I am very proud of how Have been evolving and improving in all these years, every time I go on stage I feel proud, because I am doing what I like the most, DANCE.