Born in Cuba, Moisés León Noriega studied at the Escuela Elemental de Ballet Alejo Carpentier in Havanna. In 2001-2005 he received further education and became a ballet teacher and professional dancer at the Escuela Nacional de Arte, Havana.
He gained his first stage experience at the Ballet Prodanza, the Laura Alonso Ballet Company, the Ballet Revolución, and has won several prizes since.
Additionally, he danced at ballet festivals in South Africa and the Royal Variety Performances in Great Britain. His repertoire includes soloistic roles from “La Fille mal gardée”, “Le Corsaire”, “Paquita”, “The Nutcracker”, “Majisimo”, “Blumenfest in Genzano”, “Sleeping Beauty”, and “Don Quichotte”.
Since August 2014, Moisés León Noriega is part of the Aalto Ballet Company, first as group dancer with solo commitments and now as a soloist with group commitments.
He has performed Tybalt (“Romeo and Juliet”), Escamillo (“Carmen/Boléro”), several parts in “Hommage to Queen” and “La vie en rose”, Drosselmeier (“The Nutcracker”) and both Basile and Espada in “Don Quichotte”.