Carlos Garcia started his formal training in classical and modern ballet at age 14.
His talents and skills in performing art were honed by Jojo Lucilla and Ida Beltran-Lucillla under Chameleon Dance Company.
Chameleon had the vision to showcase its performer's strengths and potentials in different fields of dance. With the extensive training from highly respectable teachers and choreographers like Vella Damian, Corazon Inigo, Ramon Obusan, Nonoy Froilan, Lisa Macuja-Elizalde, Osias Barroso, Edna Vida, and Sofia Zobel.
His exposure to the international dance world began when he received a scholarship at the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, finishing a two-year degree in classical ballet.
His strong technique paved the way in becoming the principal dancer of the prestigious company of Les Ballet Trockadero de Monte Carlo and Les Ballet Grandiva. While working with these companies, he was able to perform lead parts in Don Quixote, Le Corsaire, Paquita, Raymonda, and Swan Lake in European Countries, Japan, and the United States.
Carlos was able to work with internationally acclaimed teachers like Margaret Carlson, Tom Brown, Pamela Pribisco, Tory Dobrin, Peter Anasto, Elena Konikova, Paul Boos, Marcus Galante, Kathlyn Healy, Victor Trivino, Bryan Reeder, Cindymarie Small.
Carlos holds the distinction of being the first Filipino member of Les Ballet Trockadero de Monte Carlo and Les Ballet Grandiva.
He was also a jury in the 1st CCP National Ballet Competition.