Felipe Puletini is a Brazilian born and Member of the International Dance Council - CID/Unesco, Degree of Vocational Higher Education in Fine Arts (Performing Arts Major), Certified ABT National Curriculum Training, Giordano Technique (Certificate Program with Nan Giordano) and PBT (Progressing Ballet Technique).
Throughout his professional career in Brazil, he has performed in repertory classical ballet, musical theater, and Brazilian television. Some highlights are, soloist in classical ballet for Cinderella, Swan Lake, Paquita, Don Quixote, The Nutcracker, Don Quixote (Cuban Version), and La Fillé Mal Guardée (Cuban Version), in a musical theatre I Gotcha! (Bob Fosses and Fred Ebb), The Hunchback of Notre Dame as Clopin, The Lion King as Pumba, The Little Mermaid as Scuttle, and ensemble for the 1st Bibi Ferreira Musical Theatre Awards.
Felipe's International career started in 2015 when he moved to the USA and performed as a principal dancer works by Rodney Rivera, Sergei Vanaev, Allejandro Ulloa, Lauren Edson, Gabrielle Lamb, also ensemble on local musical theatre productions.
Mr. Puletini teaches for Eastern Connecticut Ballet, Guest Teaching Artist for CCSU (Central Connecticut State University), and is the Founder/Director of AMA Dance Theatre a coaching program to highlight young dancer's career and prepare for competitions as YAGP, World Ballet Competition and On Stage NYC. He also collaborated as a choreographer with the New Britain Symphony Orchestra during the concert "Dance for Joy" and with the University of South Carolina - Beaufort during the "Community Nutcracker" as a guest artist.
He is thrilled with this opportunity to share his dance and collaborate as NEBT Ballet Master.