GENERAL DIRECTOR OF THE PRO DANCE CENTER OF CUBA. GRAND MAITRE DE BALLET. PROFESSOR OF THE SUPERIOR INSTITUTE OF ART OF CUBA. PRESIDENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL DANCE ASSOCIATION FOR THE AMERICAS, (AIDA). She started her training since a very young age: Academia Pro Arte Musical (1941). Ballet Academy "Alicia Alonso" (1948). American Ballet Theater School (1954). New York Metropolitan Opera House (1957). Monte Carlo Russian Ballet (1955). Bolshoi Ballet (1966-68). National Ballet of Cuba (1969-87).
Alonso professional experience includes all the repertoire of the National Ballet of Cuba and as the first soloist she has a part in: Havana 1830, A concert in black and white, The Nutcracker, Spring waters, The night of Walpurgis, Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Coppelia, Carmen, Giselle, The Sylphs, Plasmasis, Our America, Grand pas de Quatre, among others. She also appears in the films: Giselle and An Altarpiece for Romeo and Juliet and in the TV Shows: Alicia Alonso and the Ballet in Cuba, USA (1971) and Grand Pas de Quatre and Carmen, Hungary (1972).
Alonso tours around the world include: Venezuela, United States, Argentina, Mexico, Russia, China, Hungary, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Canada, Australia, Japan, Denmark, among others.
As a teacher she plays an important rol in: Ballet Academy "Alicia Alonso" (1955). National Ballet School (1962). Psychoballet (1972). Cuban Institute of Radio and Ballet of Television (1976). Musical Theater of Havana (1978). Ballet of the Theater “Karl Marx”. Ballet of the National Tourism Institute (1984). She also has taught master classes at the Higher Institute of Arts in Cuba, Australia, Brazil, China, Denmark, USA, Iceland and Mexico. As a maitre Alonso works with: Ballet Nacional de Cuba (1974-87) / Cuballet (1982, to date), Compañía de Danza Moderna de México (1985), Tchaikovski Memorial Tokio Ballet, Japan (1976-84), San Diego Ballet, USA (1984), Finish National Ballet, Finland (1985-90), Les Grands Ballets Canadiens (1986-88) / Canadian National School and Ballet (1986) / Banff Art Center, Canada (1980-86) / Australian Ballet (1987- 88) / Philippine Ballet (1987-90) / Calgary City Ballet (1988) / The Royal Winnipeg Ballet (1988-90) / Cuballets in: Argentina (1991-92), Mexico (1991-94), Brazil (1992- 2016) / Summer courses in Pitssburg, USA (1992-95), Jury of the Jackson International Ballet Competition, Mississippi, USA (1994) / Guest Professor at the Boca Raton Conservatory, Florida, USA, (1994).
Her work as a coreographer and regisseur includes: Pulpería / Exorcism / Guillermo Tell / La Bayadera / Don Quixote / Coppelia / La fille Mal Gardée / Cassandra / Los Tres Mosqueteros (Cuba) / Grand Pas de Quatre (China) / Lago de Cisnes, pas de deux, II Act, Pas de Trois, I Act, (Banff University, Canada) / Guillermo Tell (Alberta Ballet, Canada); Grand pas de quatre (National Ballet of Canada; Giselle (Ballet of San Diego, USA) / Bayadere / Petroushka / La Fille Mal Gardee / Napoli / La Sílfide.
As a Director she leads: Psychoballet / Cuballets / "The Young Guard" / Department of Specialized Teaching of the National Ballet of Cuba / Pro Dance Center of Cuba and "Concert Ballet of Havana". Her rol as an investigator includes: Ballet as a Therapeutic Factor (1979). Psychoballet (1979). Psychoballet as therapy for children (1979). The psychoballet, a Cuban experience (1976). The children and the psychoballet (1981). Psychoballet, Cuban technique for psychotherapy in children (1980).
During her extensive professional career Alonso has received many merits and distinctions: Medal for contribution to culture, Bratislava, 1960. First Class Work Order, Viet Nam, 1964. Order of the Mongolian People, 1965. Silver Medal, Cultural Olympiad of Mexico, 1968. Member of the National Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC). Distinction XV anniversary of the National Council of Arts and Shows of Cuba, 1975. Order 15 years of work of the National Union of Arts and Entertainment, 1975. Friendship Medal, Viet Nam, 1977. Order "Serving Puerto Rico", 1978. Recognition medal in "The Second World Ballet Festival", Tokyo Ballet Company, 1979. Adoptive daughter and delivery of the Key to the City of Camaguey, 1979. Medal for the Alleglance to Classical Ballet Style, Moscow, awarded by the Union of Choreographic Workers “Soywztheatre” ”, 1980. Alla Scala Theater Medal in Giappore, Italy, 1981. Recognition medal awarded by Japan Performing Arts Foundation, 1982. Medal "Raúl Gómez García", from the Ministry of Culture, 1984. Order for National Culture, 1985. Order XXV Anniversary of the foundation of the National School of Art, 1982. Prize for the best maitre d '(specially conceived for Laura Alonso) at the Jackson International Ballet Competition, Misissippi, USA, 1990. CDR 30th Anniversary Medal, 1990. Order of Cultural Collaboration of the City (Shield of the City of Villa Clara). Collaborating citizen title of the Mar Chiquita Party - Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1986. Distinction for Cultural Collaboration with the City of Santa Clara. XXX Anniversary Commemorative Medal of the Higher Pedagogical Institute "Enrique José Varona", 1996. Certification of participation in the 4th. Latin American Dance Encounter and Competition, Córdova, Argentina in 2001. Tropical Gypsy Prize awarded on October 20, 2009. Ms. Laura Alonso. Artistic Director Grand Theater´s Art Shool de Guansu. Artistic Advisor - Guangzhou Opera House. Appointed the honorary adviser of Gansu Grand Theater´s Art Commission. Honor of Merit, delivered in the Republic of Mexico for its outstanding cultural career- (2018). Award given by the International Dance Competition. Barcelona, year 2019. Prize by the Fundación del Psicoballet, year 2019.
To date Ms. Alonso has been a member of the faculty of the organizing committee of the Jackson contest, Mistress of the Monterrey Ballet, teacher of the Finnish Opera and the Finnish National School, teacher at Ohio University and the University of Dayton. She has also been director of the Cuballets made in Brazil for 12 years and in Cuba for 33 uninterrupted years, of the stagings of the recently released Yarini and Le Chevalier de Saint George ballets.
In the months of December 2014 to February 28, 2015, the company led by the teacher Laura Alonso made a successful tour of 20 cities, with 32 presentations, in the People's Republic of China.
In the Magazine edited by Unesco, Master Laura Alonso was selected to represent women in Cuba for her outstanding work in the world of culture, especially in dance (classical ballet).
Since the year 2015, Ms. Alonso _ already for five consecutive years_ , together with her former dancer Deborah Marquez, establish the Cuballet USA .Summer Program with the Ballet Arts Dance Comapny in West Palm Beach, Florida, USA .
Orlando Salgado was born in Havana, Cuba. He began his dance studies at the National School of Arts when he was 9 years old. At 13, he began combining his dance studies with artistic appearances in performances within the Cuban National Ballet. Notable maîtres such as Alicia Alonso, Fernando Alonso, Laura Alonso, Joaquin Banegas, Loipa Araujo and Azari Plizetski contributed to his professional training. Upon is graduation in 1968, he became part of the corps de ballet in the Cuban National Ballet, before being promoted to soloist in 1972 and First Dancer in 1976. As a member of the CNB during more than 30 years, he traveled to more than 50 countries in Europe, America, Asia, Africa and Oceania. He was the partenaire of prima ballerina Alicia Alonso for more than two decades, dancing ballets of the traditional classical and neo-classical repertoire. Throughout his career, he also accompanied all the first dancers of the CNB and numerous international ballet dancers. His extensive repertoire included the main roles of the romantic-classical tradition and the works of important choreographers of different styles. From 1966 to 2000 he participated in all the editions of the International Ballet Festival of Havana, and had a special appearance in 2003. He participated as a guest artist in renowned and important Star Galas in different countries. Since 1997 he is Associate Professor of the Faculty of Dance at the University of the Arts, in Havana, Cuba. He is a member of the International Dance Council, CID-UNESCO. In 2002 he obtained a Master's Degree in Performing Arts from the Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid, Spain. Alongside his long career as a dancer, he carried out an important pedagogical labor, not only in the CNB, where he contributed to the formation of several generations of dancers, but also as a teacher in the Provincial School of Ballet and National School Ballet of Havana. Moreover, he has coached dancers in many other schools and companies around the world, teaching at summer courses and working as a guest teacher in countless companies and dance centers. He has been a jury in numerous international dance competitions, and has won important prizes in competitions, as well as recognitions of organizations, theaters and governments of several countries. Beginning in 2001, he worked for four years as a professor, trainer and rehearsal coach of the Colón Theatre Ballet in Buenos Aires, participating in several international tours with this company. In 2005, he moved to Madrid, Spain, where he worked as deputy director and teacher of the Carmen Roche Ballet until 2013. During those same years he also worked as a teacher at the Scaena Professional Dance Conservatory. From 2013 to 2018 he was a professor at the Alicia Alonso University Dance Institute, attached to the Rey Juan Carlos University, in Madrid. He has also directed the international dance events “Los virtuosos” (2012), and the Gala for the Centenary of Alicia Alonso (2021) that toured for different Spanish cities. Both events included international ballet stars.
Reynaldo Muniz has diploma in arts; ISA Universidad de las Artes (The University of Arts of Cuba). He was a ballet dancer of the Cuban National Ballet and was also co- founder, with Laura Alonso, of PRODANZA (Centre of Promotion of Dance of Cuba). Muniz is currently theowner and director of the Ballet School “Balllet Reinaldo Jose”, in Brasília, D
ISA Universidad de las Artes – (The University of Arts of Cuba) Diploma in Arts
Field of study: Classical ballet
(1987–1993) Havana, Cuba
Thesis grade (1991–1992): “Fundamentación teórica e metodológica de un nuevoenfoque de la metodología de la enseñanza del ballet en el nivel superior (Theoretical and methodological foundations of a new approach of the ballet teaching method at a superior level)".
Other researches (1990): “1o Simposio sobre la danza en México – La danza y su integración latino-americana (1o Symposium about dance in Mexico - The dance and its Latin American integration)".
National School of Art, Cubanacán Classical Ballet
Work Experience Coryphaeus
Cuban National Ballet
(1968 – 1984) Havana, Cuba
In 1975 he was promoted to the artistry category ballet dancer Coryphaeus, assuming important roles in various ballets from the repertoire of the company.
Between 1968 and 1984, he participated in all the ballets of classical repertoire and neoclassical mounted by Cubans and foreign choreographers. He also participated in all the tours, national and international, with the company.
International artistic tours with the Cuban National Ballet: France, Italy, Russia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Spain, Belgium, Luxemburg, Monaco, Portugal, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Finland, Canada, Unite States of America, Mexico, Panama, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Jamaica, Peru, Venezuela and Argentina.
BALLET MASTER AND DIRECTOR OF THE BALLET SCHOOL
PRODANZA (Centre of Promotion of the Dance) (1985–1998) Havana, Cuba
Founder of PRODANZA with Laura Alonso its current director. Together they got involve in the realization of a special artistic training for the young graduates of ballet schools.
Between 1984 and 1998 he was directing the professional ballet school of PRODANZA using a new teaching method based on his thesis grade mention above. He also worked organizing the International Ballet Competition Alicia Alonso and in several Cuban Ballet workshops within the country and in other countries like Brazil, Argentina and Mexico.
He participated in the choreographic workshops of 1987 and 1988. One of his works, theballet “Troca (Exchange)”, was awarded in the dance festival Ballet Bento Gonçalves inBrazil.
He was artistic director of the tours with “La Joven Guardia” of PRODANZA to Nicaragua, Peru and Argentina. “La Joven Guardia” was a group of young guys recently graduatedfrom the National School of Ballet which later became part of the Cuban National Ballet. Among them stood out Jose Manuel Carreño (danced as principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre), Julio Arozarena (was Ballet Master of Béjart Ballet) and Lorna Feijóo (one of the greatest dancer of her time).
Between 1984 and 1985 Muñiz served as executive director of the magazine PRODANZA BALLET INSTRUCTOR.
Instituto Superior de Arte de Cuba – ISA (The University of Arts of Cuba) (1998) Havana, Cuba
In 1998 he worked as instructor of Pas de Deux of the professorship of the University of Arts of Cuba.
BALLET MASTER AND ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Balé da Ilha
(1999–2003) Vitoria ES, Brazil
He was Artistic Director of the Balé da Ilha, a ballet company that counted with young dancers from Cuba and Brazil. He mounted various fragments of the international classical repertoire and made choreographies like “Pensando em Voz Alta (Thinking aloud)”.
DIRECTOR AND BALLET MASTER
Balé de Vitoria (inactive nowadays) (2004) Vitoria ES, Brazil
He founded the Balé de Vitoria to answer the needs of the city, giving it a ballet company of high rank in the conditions to carry to the stages ballets of the international repertoire, neoclassicals and the works of Brazilians choreographers as well.
DANCE COORDINATOR AND BALLET TEACHER
(2007) Corumbá MS, Brazil
In 2007 he assumed the position of Dace Coordinator of the Moinho Cultural, a project sponsored by Vale do Rio Doce, where more than 200 students with talent for dance and music were selected to receive professional formation.
CURSO INTENSIVO DE DANÇA (INTENSIVE DANCE WORKSHOP) Corpo Escola de Dança
(2015 till date) Belo Horizonte MG, Brazil
Since 2015 Reynaldo Muniz and Danielle Pavam have been conducting an intensive dance workshop at the beginning of every year. Their objectives are to teach the technical and theoretical principles of the Cuban Ballet School, as well as to promote interchange of ideas and experiences between students and dance teacher.
More about this workshop here:
BALLET REINALDO JOSÉ
(2019 till date) Brasília, DF
In 2019, his son, Reinaldo José, pass his ballet school to his father, Reynaldo Muñiz.
Muñiz has permanently worked in Brazil where has done several mounting of the international ballet repertory and also of his own choreographies in Dance Festivals and Ballet Academies within the country, due to its vast experience.
AWARDS & HONORS
(1987) Medal 25th anniversary of the foundation of the Cuban National Ballet School
(1987) Distinguished guest of the city of Vigo, Spain
Distinguished guest of the city of Chiclayo, Peru
Distinguished guest of the city of Mexico, Mexico (with the Cuban National ballet)
(1994) 1st prize with “Troca (Exchange)”, one of his choreographies, at the Dance FestivalBento Gonçalves
Born and raised in Havana, Cuba. Former Principal Dancer with National Ballet of Cuba and San Francisco Ballet. He trained at Alejo Carpentier School and the National Ballet School in Havana.
Mr. Domitro was nominated for best male dancer at the 2013 Benois de la Danse. He also won the 2008 Gold Medal at the World Ballet Competition in Orlando, Florida, the Grand Prix at Peru’s International Ballet Festival in 2003, and in 2000, 1st Prize and the Revelation Award at International Ballet Competition and Ballet Academies Festival in Havana, Cuba. At age 20 he became a Principal Dancer with the National Ballet of Cuba and started to build an incredible career sharing the stage with some amazing renowned dancers such as Italian Prima Ballerina Carla Fracci. Later he continued acquiring a large and versatile repertoire at San Francisco Ballet.
Domitro’s major roles as a principal dancer include Albrecht in Tomasson’s & Alonso’s “Giselle”, Snow King and Nutcracker Prince in Thomasson’s “Nutcracker”,Prince & Sugar Plum Cavalier in Alonso’s “Nutcracker”, Mercutio in Tomasson’s “Romeo and Juliet”, Romeo & Mercutio in Alonso’s “Shakespeare & the Masks”, Prince Siegfried in Tomasson’s “Swan Lake”, Basilio in Tomasson’s/Possokhov’s & Alonso’s “Don Quixote”, Franz in Balanchine’s & Alonso’s “Coppelia”, Lensky in Cranko’s “Onegin”, Benjamin in Wheeldon’s “Cinderella”, Prince in Consuegra’s “Cinderella”, Solor in Makarova's “Kingdom of the Shades” from “La Bayadere”, The Creature in Scarlett’s “Frankenstein”, Brown in Robbins’ “Dances at a Gathering”. He created the role of Giovanni and The Swimmer, respectively, in Possokhov’s Francesca da Rimini and Swimmer.
His repertoire also includes Balanchine’s “The Four temperaments”, “Emeralds”, “Rubies”, “Scotch Symphony”, “Symphony in C” and “Theme and Variations”. The title role in Fokine’s “Petrouchka”, Lifar’s “Suite en Blanc”, Edward Liang’s “Wunderland”, McGregor’s “Chroma”, Nureyev’s “Raymonda” Act III, Ratmansky’s “Russian Season” and “Shostakovich Trilogy” (Symphony #9), Robbin’s Opus19 “The Dreamer”, Tomasson’s “7 for Eight”, “Caprice”, “Criss-Cross”, “Prism”, “On a Theme of Paganini”, “Le Quattro Stagioni” and “Trio”. He have also performed the Pas de Deux from Vaganova’s “Diana & Acteon”, the Pas de Deux from Vainonen’s “Flames of Paris”, “La Bayadere” Pas D’action and Zanella's “Alles Walzer” and “Underskin”. Mr. Domitro also worked with cuban choreographers Alberto Mendez, Ivan Tenorio and Eduardo Blanco.
As an international principal guest artist Mr.Domitro have performed with several renowned companies at some of the most important stages around the world. Just to mention a few, Balletto dell’Opera di Roma, Italy, Florida Classical Ballet, Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami, Ballet Dortmund and Hamburg Ballet, Germany, Orlando Ballet, Kremlin International Ballet Festival, Russia, The Gran Ballet Festival del Querataro, Mexico, Panama International Ballet Festival, Roberto Bolle & Friends Galas, Elisa Carrillo & Amigos Galas, Taipei International Ballet Gala, Taiwan, Gala of Stars Beijing International Ballet and Choreography Competition, International Ballet Season with National Ballet of China, Gala Internacional de Ballet Chile, Festival de Ballet Cordoba, Mexico, Collin County Ballet Theater, Colorado Conservatory of Dance, International Ballet Greenville, World Ballet Competition Gala of Stars, Gala de Danza, Mexico, Les Hivernales de la Danse, Belgium, YAGP Stars of Today meet the Stars of Tomorrow, Tampa and Ballet West, The Alicia Alonso Foundation Gala in Madrid, Spain. .
Born and raised in Matanzas Cuba. Former Cincinnati Ballet and Corella Ballet Principal Dancer and First Soloist with Boston Ballet. Her professional training includes The Vocational Arts School “Alfonso Perez Isaac” in Matanzas, Cuba and The National Ballet School in Havana, Cuba. After graduating in 2001, she joining the National Ballet of Cuba under the direction of Alicia Alonso where she danced from 2001-2003.
Ms. Almeida participated at The International Ballet Competition in Havana, Cuba, where she received the Silver Medal in 1997 and 1998 and the Gold Medal in 1999 and 2000. In 1999 she has the honor to participate at the International Ballet Competition in Nagoya, Japan and the Gala of Ballet Muses in Tokyo as a partner of cuban ballet prodigy Rolando Sarabia. She was also the first cuban female dancer to be a finalist at the USA International Ballet Competition in 2006.
Almeida’s major principal roles includes Giselle in Devon Carney, Magaly Suarez and Robert Hill’s “Giselle”, Juliet in Victoria Morgan’s “Romeo & Juliet”, Nikiya in “La Bayadere”, Kitri in Kevin Mckenzie and Vladimir Vasiliev’s “Don Quixote”, Medora in “Le Corsaire”, Aurora in Frederick Ashton, Marcelo Angelini, Paul Chalmer and Kirk Peterson’s “Sleeping Beauty”, Odette-Odile in Angel Corella, Victoria Morgan, Magaly Suarez and Robert Hill’s “Swan Lake”, Clara in Alicia Alonso’s “Nutcracker”, Marie in Val Caniparoli’s “Nutcracker”, Carmen in Kirk Peterson’s “Carmen”, Lisa in Jose Pares “La Fille Mal Gardee”, Gamzatti in Natalia Makarova’s “La Bayadere”, Swanilda in Jose Pares and Balanchine/Danilova’s “Coppelia”, Cinderella in “Cinderella”, Mazurka in Florence Clerc’s “Les Sylphides”, Sugar Plum Fairy and Snow Queen in Mikko Nissinen’s and Victoria Morgan’s “Nutcracker”, Amour and Maid of Honor in Nureyev’s “Don Quixote”, Lady Guinevere in Victoria Morgan’s King Arthur’s “Camelot”.
Her repertoire also includes Balanchine’s “Tchaikovsky pas de deux”, Liberty Bell in “Stars & Stripes”, “El Ballo de la Regina”, Who Cares?, “Concerto Barroco”, “Symphony in C” 1st Movement Principal, Russian Principal in “Serenade”, Edwaard Liang’s “Wunderland”, Twyla Tharp’s “In the Upper Room” and “Baker’s Dozen”, Principal in Arthur Saint-Leon “La Vivandiere”, Pink Pas de Deux in Clark Tippet’s “Bruch Violin Concerto”, Anne Boleyn in Christopher Wheeldon’s “VIII”, Harald Lander’s “Etudes”, 2nd Principal Couple in Wheeldon’s “DGV”, Wayne McGregor’s “Chroma”, Jiri Kylian’s “Symphony of Psalms”, Lead in Stanton Welch’s “Clear” and “Fingerprints”, Jerome Robbins “Fancy Free”, Wheeldon’s “Polyphonia”, Lead in Jorma Elo’s “Awake Only” and many other works by important choreographers like John Cranko, Lynn Taylor Corbett, Jamal Story, Angel Corella, Val Caniparoli, Ivan Tenorio, Alberto Mendez, Eduardo Blanco, Viktor Kabaniaev, George Birkadze, Russell Ducker, Darrell Grand Moultrie, Andrea Schermoly, Trey McIntyre and others…
As an international principal guest artist Ms. Almeida have performed with several renowned companies at some of the most important stages around the world. Just to mention a few, Balleto dell’Opera di Roma in Italy, Ballet Dortmund in Germany, NBA Ballet in Japan, Slovene National Opera and Ballet, Festival Ballet of Providence, Ballet Met, Tulsa Ballet, Orlando Ballet, Cincinnati Ballet, Ballet San Jose, Ballet Concierto de Puerto Rico, Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami, Florida Classical Ballet, Ballet Mississippi, Mississippi Metropolitan Ballet, Ballet Sibiu in Rumania, Colorado Conservatory of Dance, International Ballet Greenville, Collin County Ballet Theater, Open Dance Festival in Saint Petersburg, Russia, Miami International Ballet Festival, Baltic Ballet Festival in Latvia, Nureyev Festival in Kazan, Russia, Kremlin International Ballet Festival in Moscow, Russia, Panama International Ballet Festival, Stars of the 21st Century Gala in Bucarest, The USAIBC,YAGP and WBC Galas, Roberto Bolle & Friends Galas, Taipei International Ballet Gala in Taiwan, Gala of Stars Beijing International Ballet and Choreography Competition, Ballet Stars Gala in Jakarta, Indonesia, International Ballet Season with National Ballet of China, Gala Internacional de Ballet Chile, Festival de Ballet Cordoba, Mexico, Gala de Danza, Mexico, Les Hivernales de la Danse in Belgium, etc…
Principal Dancer and Teacher of Modern & Contemporary Dance, Afro Cuban, Cuban popular rhythms, Salsa de Cuba and Stretching.
Graduated as a percussionist from the National School of Music in Havana, Cuba in 2002 and from the National School of Dance in Havana, Cuba in 2006.
Former dancer with “Danza Contemporánea de Cuba” under the artistic supervision of Miguel Iglesias. Special Guest Dancer with Danza Voluminosa de Cuba directed by Juan Miguel Max. Former dancer with “Yoldance” under the direction of Yolena Alonso, traveling all over Europe with the show name “Viva Cuba”. Former Dancer with “Ballet Nuevo Milenium” in Cancun, Mexico.
His repertoire as a choreographer and director of musical theater shows includes “Confluencias” Uruguay 2009,
“Abriendo Caminos” Argentina 2010,
“Acoplados” Argentina 2011, “Mi Habana,una pila de locos” Cabo San Lucas, Mexico 2012, “Salamalekun” Argentina 2014, “Olukumi” Argentina 2017 and “Bonito y Sabroso” Argentina 2021.
As a dancer and teacher he has worked with “Academia Gladys Acosta” Santiago de Chile, “Indans” Montevideo, Uruguay, “Bailatino” Rosario, Argentina, “Salsa Open” Chubut, Argentina, “2nd Festival de Salsa Mambo Latino” Neuquén, Argentina.
He is also the creator and founder International faculty with live music in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay 2016,2017 & 1018.
MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL CID
Marlen Puello ( Havana, Cuba )
International Choreograph and Dance Teacher
Member of the International Council CID UNESCO
Elementary School of Ballet in Havana, currently the Cuban National Ballet School “Alicia Alonso”
Higher Institute of Art in Havana. Specialization: Bachelor of Arts Dances. University of Havana, Cuba.
Founder of the Cuba Ballet Rosario Institute in the city of Rosario - Argentina (1996 to date). Multidisciplinary dance concept with different languages: "Integral Dancers".
Stagings: "Carmen " - "Aquel Amor Brujo " - "La casa de Bernarda Alba " - "Fenomena Frida" with Maximiliano Guerra (Argentina ) and co production with Ballet del Mercosur Company.
Ballet Arts Dance Company is a 501 (c) (3) Charitable Organization, and is sponsored in part by
The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County, Palm Beach County, and thoughtful and generous donors.