Marlon Dino was born in Albania and trained at the School of Choreography and Ballet in Tirana. In 1998 he joined the Genève Dance Center under the direction of David Allen. Thereafter in 2001 he danced for the Ballet of the Vienna State Opera. He became member of the сorps de ballet of the Bavarian State Ballet in 2002, where he danced a solo part in Jiří Kylián’s Six Dances. He created two choreographies within the State Ballet’s Young Choreographers’ Programme. He was promoted to soloist in autumn 2005 and at the beginning of the season 2007/2008 to soloist. During the season 2009/2010 he became principal dancer. His classical and contemporary repertoire includes the forth movement of George Balanchine’s Brahms-Schönberg-Quartett. In season 2004/2005 he debuted as Count Paris and Tybalt in Cranko’s Romeo and Julia and assumed an important part in Balanchine’s Agon. Furthermore he danced the Gaston in the Lady of the Camellias (J. Neumeier), the solo in Hans van Manen’s Five Tangos and Rotbart in Swan Lake (R. Barra). His first own choreography, a Pas de deux for Cheryl Wimperis and himself, was created in summer 2003 in the context of the “Jungen Choreographen”. In summer 2004 followed the choreography Nimm´s wie du willst.