Hilda Lago started taking ballet at the age of 8 in Cuba at the Alicia Alonso School of Ballet. When her family came to Miami she continued her former Vaganova Ballet Academy training with her former teachers from Cuba, Sonia Diaz, Martha del Pino and Eduardo Recalt training at Ballet Concerto. She danced with the Ballet Concerto Company, performing in Miami as well as abroad learning the roles in Giselle, Coppelia, La Fille Mal Guarde, Les Sylphides, The Nutcracker, Swan lake, Don Quijote Pas de Deux, Le Corsaire and Spring Waters to name a few. Hilda was a dancer with the Eglevsky Ballet Company in New York, as well a soloist with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater under the Direction of Patrick Frantz, performing a repertoire of classical and contemporary choreography. Hilda has shared the stage with Natalie Makarova, Carla Fracci, Rudolph Nureyev and others, as well as done guest performances. Hilda has a passion for teaching aspiring dancers to reach their dreams.