Diana Dizon began her ballet training at her parents studio, the Diane Partington Studio of Classical Ballet, at the age of 4. At the age of 15 she went to train at the Next Generation Ballet in Tampa, under the direction of Peter Stark and Ivonne Lemus. She then moved to Boston, MA to dance with the Boston Ballet II. She performed various roles including a Swan, a Waltz Girl and Czardas in Mikko Nissinen's World premiere of "Swan Lake"; Spanish, Snow corps and Flower corps in "The Nutcracker"; as well as being seen in a leading role in Jorma Elo's "Overglow" in an "In-Studio" showing.
Diana decided to move back home to Florida after developing a back injury, and has since been seen on stage in 42nd Street at the MPAC, as Cha-Cha in Grease at SCF, and has been a Dance Captain for local productions of Grease at SCF and Footloose at the Players Centre of Sarasota.
Diana has trained with summer intensives at the School of American Ballet (Partial Merit Scholarship), Next Generation Ballet (Full Merit Scholarship), Orlando Ballet, Saratoga Summer Dance Intensive, and The Carreno Dance Festival.
Diana is so excited to be working at the studio again, and hopes that she can help foster a life-long love and appreciation for the arts in the students.