In 1993 Daniel Sarabia joined the Provincial School of Ballet Alejo Carpentier in Havana, and graduated from the Cuban National Ballet School in 2002. He won Bronze Medal at the International Ballet Competition of Havana in 1998, the Silver Medal in 1999 and also the prize for “Young Revelation”, and in 2002 he won the Gold Medal . He began his professional career with the Cuban National Ballet in 2002 under the direction of prima ballerina Alicia Alonso. In 2005 he won the Silver Medal in the New York International Ballet Competition.
He has appeared in Latin America, the United States, Asia and Europe, dancing such roles as Basilio in Don Quixote , Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream , Siegfried in Swan Lake choreography of George Balanchine , In the Night by Jerome Robbins , Three Preludes by Ben Stevenson for the Gala of Stars in Housto , Texas . He has also performed in the principal roles in such works as the Diane and Actéon Pas de Deux , the Black Swan Pas de Deux and Le Corsaire . He danced with the Boston Ballet in 2005-2006, the Miami City Ballet in 2007 and danced with Béjart Ballet of Lausanne 2007-2012. He was a principal dancer with the Arts Ballet Theatre of Floridia until 2017 and is currently an international guest principal dancer.