Aaron HiltonCorps de Ballet
Hometown: Washington, D.C.
Aaron Hilton, of Washington, D.C., began dancing at age 3 and soon after received a scholarship to attend The Washington School of Ballet under the direction of Kee Juan Han. He later attended the Royal Swedish Ballet School in Stockholm, Sweden (2007-2009), and the School of American Ballet (2013-2015) also under scholarship. At SAB, he performed in three New York Choreographic institutes, two SAB Workshops (Stars and Stripes, Western Symphony, Fanfare) and New York City Ballet’s Coppelia.
Upon graduating from SAB, Hilton joined the Boston Ballet as a member of the second company for the 2015-16 season. While in Boston he performed The Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler by John Neumeier, Kammermusik No.2 by George Balanchine and Mikko Nissenen’s Swan Lake, among other works.
Hilton began studies at Princeton University in the fall of 2016, and is taking a leave of absence in order to dance professionally. He joined MCB as a corps de ballet dancer in 2017.
Roles Since Joining MCB
Theme and Variations
Tchaikovsky Piano Concert no. 2 (Pas de Trois)
The Four Temperaments (Sanguinic)
A Midsummers Night’s Dream (Theseus Duke of Athens)
George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker ®
TWest Side Story Suite
TDances at a Gathering (Blue Man)
One line Drawn