Ximena Ojeda

Ximena Ojeda, is an art and public relations consultant.

Originally a classical ballerina from Bogotá, Colombia, Ximena trained with the Boston Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, and American Ballet Theatre. She helped build Tango Beat ® into the world’s most popular Tango magazine, and co-founded New York Latin Culture Magazine in 2012.

Ximena Ojeda PR

Ximena Ojeda PR is a social media public relations firm that connects leading brands with people who follow art and culture. The practice is built around Ximena’s art consultancy.

Multicultural Brand Ambassador

Ximena Ojeda modeling The Hanbok traditional Korean wedding fashion

Ms. Ojeda modeling a Hanbok, traditional Korean wedding fashion, with stripes in the colors of the Colombian flag

New York Latin Culture Magazine

Ximena Ojeda rings the New York Stock Exchange closing bell

New York Latin Culture rings the New York Stock Exchange closing bell

Ms. Ojeda helped launch the New York City guide to the best of the Latin world with an audience of New York City concierges and tourists, plus Latin diplomats, business owners, creative and community leaders.

Ms. Ojeda’s clients are New York City’s premiere cultural institutions including Carnegie Hall, New York City Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center, 92nd Street Y, Joyce Theater, and the New York Stock Exchange.

Tango Beat, the world’s most popular Tango magazine

Ximena helped build Tango Beat® into the world’s most popular Tango magazine. Tango Beat covered Argentine Tango in Buenos Aires, New York, and Paris, plus Tango festivals around the world.

Classical Ballerina

An early interest in theater led Ximena to the opera and ballet.

Ms. Ojeda performed in Bogotá’s most respected theatres including Bizet’s French opera Carmen produced by Opera de Colombia at Teatro Colón, and Mozart’s Don Giovanni at Teatro Municipal Jorge Elíecer Gaitán.

Ms. Ojeda first studied Vaganova Russian classical ballet technique with former Bolshoi Ballet prima ballerina Nadejda Podchikova.

Ximena Ojeda Classical Ballerina

In 1996, Ms. Ojeda continued her development with the Boston Ballet and then the Joffrey Ballet in New York City. After motherhood, Ms. Ojeda taught ballet at Princeton Dance & Theater and did her ballet teacher training at American Ballet Theatre (ABT).

Ms. Ojeda continues to train with former Kirov Ballet soloist Victoria Lebedeva.



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