Ináki Urlezaga has danced on some of the world’s most important international stages and festivals; Royal Opera House, Metropolitan Opera House in New York, Bolshoi Theatre, Maryinsky Theatre, La Scala, Colón Theatre, NK Hall of Japan, Lincoln Centre and many more.
During his career, Ináki danced all of the major roles in the classical ballet repertoire including Swan Lake, Don Quixote, Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker, Romeo and Juliet, Manon, Winter Dreams, Giselle, Eugene Onegin, Coppelia and La Bayádere.
In 2000 Ináki founded his own ballet company in Argentina, Ballet Concert. This company has toured internationally extensively, appearing in some of the world’s greatest arts festivals. While leading this company Ináki began choreographing, he has created new versions of some of the most well-recognised titles including Don Quixote, Romeo and Juliet, Giselle and Swan Lake. He has also created original productions such as Chopin’s Waltzes and Queen of Spades for Alexandrinksy Imperial Ballet Theatre.
In 2013 Ináki was invited by the President of Argentina to found the first National Ballet company in Argentina. He was artistic director of the National Ballet of Argentina until 2017, building up a huge body of original work.