Javier Morera of Havana, Cuba is in his fourth season with The washington Ballet after dancing with the Florida Classical Ballet, where he was a Principal Guest in 2015 and the National Ballet of Cuba, where he was a Soloist from 2011-2014.
In his native Cuba, he trained at the Vocational Arts School in Camaguey and the National Ballet School in Havana. He was awarded a Gold Medal at the International Ballet Competition in Havana in 2011, having won a Bronze Medal in 2010 and a Silver Medal in 2009. He has danced principal roles in Don Quixote, The Nutcracker, Esmeralda Pas de Six and Alicia Alonso’s Las Sombras de un Vals, Pretesto and A la luz de tus canciones. He also danced a soloist role in Alanso’s Gottschalk Symphony.
Photo by XMB Photography.