Leah Baylin began her ballet training at age four in her hometown of Boulder, Colorado. She studied at Boulder Ballet School, where she appeared in numerous productions with Boulder Ballet. Baylin competed in The Denver Ballet Guild’s Young Dancer’s Competition in 2016 and 2017. She placed in the top 12 at Youth America Grand Prix Denver semi-finals in 2016 and 2017, and in 2016 advanced to YAGP finals in New York. Baylin attended summer intensives at the Houston Ballet Academy on full scholarship and the Colorado Ballet Academy under the direction of Amanda McKerrow and John Gardner. In September 2017, Baylin joined the American Ballet Theatre Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School, under the direction of Cynthia Harvey. As a student at the ABT JKO School, she performed in Benjamin Millipied’s Counterpoint for Philip Johnson at the David H. Koch Theater. In January 2018, Baylin joined American Ballet Theatre Studio Company. In ABT Studio Company she had the opportunity to tour to Greece, London, the Philippines, and numerous places around the United States. She performed in many new works, including pieces choreographed by Lauren Lovette, Gemma Bond, Claudia Schreier, and Ma Cong. As well she performed classics such as the William Tell Pas de Deux and Kitri in Don Quixote. She became an apprentice with the main Company in 2019 and since then has had the opportunity to perform in Giselle, Alexei Ratmansky’s Nutcracker and his new full length ballet, Of Love and Rage.