Growing up in La Verne, California, Lorenzo started his training at Inland Pacific Ballet Academy in Montclair at the age of four. While at IPBA he attended summer programs with Joffrey Ballet and ABT. For the ABT summer program in 2016, he was named a National Training Scholar with a Bender Foundation award. Lorenzo represented IPBA at the Youth America Grand Prix for three years, placing first in the semi-finals and attending the finals in New York. In 2017 he continued his training at Canada’s National Ballet School where he graduated in 2020. While at NBS, Lorenzo was one of two NBS students selected to represent the school at the 2020 Prix de Lausanne Choreographic Workshop. He debuted in the world premiere Andante Ballabile created on the students by Mauro Bigonzetti. After graduation, Lorenzo spent a transitional year training with the San Francisco Ballet School. For the 21/22 season, he trained in the Post-Graduate program at Boston Ballet. While in Boston, he was able to perform in the main company’s production of The Nutcracker as well as performances with Boston Ballet 2 and the PG program. His favorite memory in Boston is performing in the Next Generation showcase, in Jorma Elo’s One with Mozart under the direction of Nancy Euverink. In July 2022, he worked with the Cirio Collective, founded and directed by Jeffrey and Lia Cirio, as an apprentice. Lorenzo joined Charlotte Ballet’s second company for 22/23 season. During this time, he had the opportunity to perform in works by Alejandro Cerrudo and Cristopher Stuart, as well as Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux’s Nutcracker. He was also given the opportunity to perform as Peter in Christopher Stuart’s Peter Pan. In March 2023, Lorenzo was promoted to the first company. He is thrilled to begin his first full season as a main company member and grateful to be part of a talented community of dancers.