Los Angeles

Alexandra Rozo, first stepped onto the stage at the age of three. Since then performing has become her passion. She attended New World School of the Arts in Miami, Fl. where she trained in ballet, modern dance and classical Spanish dance, but for the past ten years Alexandra has dedicated her focus to Flamenco. She has fallen in love with all aspects of flamenco: the dance, the music and the cante (singing). It is through this dance form that Alexandra feels she can best express herself and has found her lifelong calling. Her interest in flamenco has taken her to Spain where she studied with the legendary Juana Amaya. Alexandra has danced in the New World Flamenco Festival's "Flamenco Abierto" in Irvine, California, as well as Forever Flamenco at the Ford Theater, Casa Cordoba in Montrose and the historic LA tablao El Cid. With other dance forms Alexandra has performed on The Today Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Latin Billboard Awards and American Idol to name a few. She currently teaches Flamenco at The Georgia Ballet in Atlanta and will soon start classes in Los Angeles.