Salomé Tregre began training at Cincinnati Ballet Academy at the age of 3. She performed in numerous productions such as Coppélia, King Arthur’s Camelot, Beauty and the Beast, and Victoria Morgan’s The Nutcracker. In 2017 Salomé was the first African-American to dance the role of Clara in Cincinnati Ballet’s 50-year history of The Nutcracker.
Salomé is the 2018-2019 recipient of the Blanche Frisch Maier Memorial Scholarship, the 2020 Cincinnati Overture Awards semifinalist, and the 2020 YAGP – Pittsburgh Third Place Award recipient for her Giselle variation. She attended summer intensives at Cincinnati Ballet, Kansas City Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, and in 2022 with the Alonzo King LINES Ballet’s pre-professional summer intensive and the San Francisco Ballet School’s advanced summer intensive programs. Salomé joined Cincinnati Ballet’s Professional Training Division on a partial scholarship for the 2021-22 season while completing her senior year at Walnut Hills.
She was promoted to Trainee on a full scholarship for the 2022-23 Season. Salomé’s most notable moments as a Trainee include performing in Cinderella, Snow White, and Bolero during Cincinnati Ballet’s Bold Moves Festival, as the Sugar Plum Fairy during the Happy Holidays With The Mighty Wurlitzer event, and in the Snowflake and Flower Corps during The Nutcracker. Salomé joined the Cincinnati Ballet’s Second Company in January 2023.