Alonso, Alberto Julio Rayneri

Alonso, Alberto Julio Rayneri
▪ 2008

      Cuban dancer, ballet master, and choreographer

born May 22, 1917, Havana, Cuba

died Dec. 31, 2007, Gainesville, Fla.
was cofounder in 1948 (with his brother, Fernando Alonso, and his sister-in-law, Alicia Alonso) of the National Ballet of Cuba and went on to gain international fame with his choreography for Carmen Suite (1967), a role he initially created for Bolshoi Ballet prima ballerina Maya Plisetskaya. After being granted (1993) political asylum in the U.S., Alonso joined the Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville, where he also served as resident choreographer for the Dance Theater of Santa Fe. The 2007 documentary Dance of My Heart showcased his contributions to dance.

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