Isabelle Morgan is from Georgetown, Kentucky. She began her training in Lexington, KY at Bluegrass Youth Ballet at the age of four. In 2014, she was part of the first year of the Allegro Dance Project, an organization dedicated to giving children with special needs a platform to perform alongside trained dancers. She moved to Boca Raton in 2016 to train at the Harid Conservatory, where she graduated in May of 2019. While at school, Isabelle received Dance Study Awards for ballet and jazz, as well as a Music Study Award. During her training, she had the opportunity to perform lead roles such as Spanish and Arabian divertissements in The Nutcracker, and Henriette in Raymonda. Isabelle was also part of the choreographic process for the annual ballet created by Mark Godden, the Harid Conservatory’s Resident Choreographer. She has attended summer intensives, on scholarship, at The School of American Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, The Harid Conservatory, A&A Ballet, Cincinnati Ballet, and Joffrey Ballet. After performing with Cincinnati Ballet in The Wizard of Oz by Septime Webre, The Nutcracker, and Swan Lake, She is thrilled to be starting her second year with Cincinnati Ballet’s Second Company.