Maestro Spotlight: Alejandro Rey - Danzantes Unidos®
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Maestro Spotlight: Alejandro Rey

Alejandro Rey 1Alejandro Rey, a.k.a. “The Biggest Mexican” is the 6-time Los Angeles Area Bachata Dance Champion. He is the Director of Paso De Oro Dance Company Latin Dance division.

AlejandroReyAlejandro has headlined as a performer and choreographer of the top Latin Dance Festivals throughout the United States, Europe, Russia, China, Mexico, Canada and Brazil. He has performed live in concert with Bachata recording artists such as Toby Love, Xtreme, Carlos y Alejandra, Andy Andy,  Monchy y Alexandra and Oro Solido. He has displayed his talents on TV shows such as “Sabado Gigante,” “MTV’s True Life” and “Love and Salsa” produced by Mario Lopez.


Watch “Alejandro Rey & Zulmara Torres take 1st Place at WCBC 2014” on YouTube

Alejandro Rey 2 As a film actor he just worked on his first big budget film titled “Chocolate City 2.” He has also trained in Folklorico dance under Maestra Alicia Mendibles, his mother. He received his education at Whittier College where he studied History and Music of Latin America.

At DUF 2017

Latin Rhythms (Teens & Adults, Ages 14+)

Alejandro Rey will teach you the skills and techniques of today’s most popular Latin dances! This course will focus on the music and dances from the island nations of the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Cuba. Move to the vibrant sounds of Bachata, Merengue and Salsa, plus learn how and why these dances will complement you as a performer in other styles as well. This fun course will be taught by Alejandro Rey, a 6-Time Bachata Champion who has traveled throughout Europe, Asia, North America and South America to share his passion for Latin dancing. Discover Latin dances, including salsa, bachata and merengue in this fun, high-energy workshop. Participants learn the basic techniques of these dances, such as timing, partnering, footwork and styling. This workshop incorporates dance techniques that students can apply to their folklorico training, performance and social dancing.


DUF 2017 “Alma Indigena” will take place on April 7, 8 & 9 in Fresno, CA.

$ave on registration fees by enrolling early!

Early Registration now through 12/20/16

Regular Registration 12/21/16 through 2/8/17

Late Registration 2/9/17 through 3/30/17







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