Taller Coreografico

Always danced. My parents had me locked in the living room since he was three, put the radio and danced for hours. Then I tried my father’s records and did choreography, just to symphonies of Beethoven, Lalo or Bruckner, that Spanish operettas, Strauss waltzes and Mexican folk music.
By age 8 I went to take lessons with Alicia Delgado and 12 met Madame Dambré. Received her awareness of art and what would be my mission to take humans to support self and make it stronger. After a few years I danced professionally in the Company Madame Dambré and I knew that Mexico was not the place where I could develop.
First I went to Canada contracted by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, a year later took a bus to take me to New York, the capital of the world dance. Immediately I formed my first company was called Mexico Lindo, which was presented at the International House, the United Nations Organization (UNO), Columbia University and many other sites. This company remained for many years becoming more universal and less folk, but always supported the essence of my basic culture.

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