Emmanuel Ramirez has danced professionally with Compañía de Danza Clásica y Neoclásica de Jalisco, the La Serpiente in México City, the Dance Project of UNAM, and the Compañía de Danza Clásica de Quintana Roo, where he performed works by contemporary choreographers such as Mark Godden, Evoe Sotelo, and Mayricio Navan, as well as classical works such as Swan Lake, Raymonda, and The Nutcracker. He is a scholarship recipient for PECDA at Jalisco 2013 and his training includes the School of the Dynamic Method of the Maestre Sergio Vicencio, the Institute Nacional de Bellas Artes México, and Universidad de Guadalajara where he holds a Bachelor’s degree in Performing Arts. Emmanuel is a Diplomat in the use of the voice (focused to artists on performing arts to use the voice to speak and sing). As a teacher, he has served as Master of Ballet at the State School of Classical Dance in Quintana Roo and Master of Subject at ITESO (Jesuit University of Guadalajara) teaching ballet, Latin rhythms and jazz class. Locally, he has performed in The Nutcracker for both Civic Ballet of Chicago and Dominican University, and is currently in his third season with Elements Ballet.