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    Alice Castro

    Alice Castro

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    Biography:

    Alice was born in Madrid, Spain. She began her dance journey with street jazz. Eventually she started practicing ballet and joined ComUnity Danza’s Urban Dance Formation, under the direction of Ainara Prieto, where she developed her love for all the different styles and values of the community.

    Alice also has an Audiovisual Direction degree and worked with some major TV companies before earning a scholarship to Peridance’s Certificate Program, giving her the opportunity to pursue her dance career and expand her vocabulary with jazz, tap and contemporary. Since then she’s had the chance to work with and perform works by Princess Lockerooo, Gwen Potter, Sun Kim, Diego Funes, Kenichi Kasamatsu, Bo Park, Nicholas Palmquist, Miki Tuesday, Justin Boccitto, Aika Takeshima, Sara Pizzi and Quilan Cue Arnold (among others), combining both her dance and audiovisual skills.

    In her personal projects she likes to provoke people’s inner feelings and thoughts by caressing the human reality or poetic fantasy without the need for words or rules, through an exploration of different media, involving technology, design and dance.

    The connecting energy created between the viewer and the work, either individually or collectively, as well as the emotions evoked among the two, amazes her

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