Nathalie Erlbaum-Bornstein was born in Paris, France. She trained with and graduated from the Paris Opera Ballet school under the direction of Claude Bessy; she is also a graduate of the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris. She studied with Serge and Solange Golovine in Geneva and in Paris with Raymond Franchetti, Gilbert Meyer, and Christiane Vaussard. Ms. Erlbaum-Bornstein performed with Paris Opera, London Festival Ballet, Ballet du xxe siècle, Maurice Bejart, Maguy Marin, and Lyon Opera Ballet. She performed in works by Serge Lifar, George Balanchine, Jerome Robbins, Maurice Bejart, Roland Petit, John Neumeir, Maguy Marin, and Bertrand D'At. Ms. Erlbaum-Bornstein has taught at the International Academy of Dance in Paris (AID), Maguy Marin Dance Theater Company (France) and Bat Dor dance center in Tel Aviv, as well as Batsheva Dance Company (Israel) and ballet schools all over Israel. She has been a jury member for the international ballet competition Mia Arbatova in Israel. She also choreographed dance scenes for Uma Thurman for the Film “Henry and June” directed by Philip Kaufman.