Júlia Baró, born in Barcelona, began her dance training at the age of four. In 2014 she joined the English National Ballet School in London. During her training at ENBS, she worked with the English National Ballet in her production of 'The Nutcracker' and the Birmingham Royal Ballet in her production of 'Cinderella'. In 2017 he joined the Bucharest National Opera as a demi-soloist. Her most recent lead roles are 'Mercedes' in Don Quixote, 'Juliet' in Radio and Juliet and 'Blind Tango' in Tango by Edward Clug, 'Evil Queen' in Snow White, 'Empress Alexandra' in Rasputin by Yuka Oishi.
She has also danced with Sergei Polunin Ink as a soloist in 'Fraudulent Smile' and as 'Cindy' in Ross Freddie Ray's Little Red and the Wolf, Johan Kobborg's 'Step Four' in Romeo and Juliet at the Royal Albert Hall and Arena of Verona. She also danced the lead role alongside Sergei Polunin in the ballet "Satori".
Gala Catalonia dances against cancer, 2022