The ballet dancer from Progress, Susana Sánchez Romero highlights and raises the name of her city and Yucatán, by being part of the Syracuse City Ballet in New York, USA.
The young woman is part of the cast of the play “The Nutcracker,” which was staged in New York on Sunday.
At the invitation of the ballet company, The young woman traveled to the city of Syracuse to participate in the 2021 season of ‘The Nutcracker’.
In the play, the young woman played several roles, both as a soloist of snowflakes, a corifea of the waltz of flowers, as well as a duo / quartet of the variation of the macaroni of the second act.
Who is the Progreso dancer who conquered New York?
This dancer is the daughter of Roberto Sánchez González and Alicia Romero Enríquez, born on March 6, 1998.
From 3 years of age started taking ballet classes and is currently a professional dancer, being trained daily for 20 years by renowned teachers of the country.
It is worth mentioning that in addition to New York, this young woman has achieved be placed in dance companies from different parts of the world, both in America, Europe and Africa. It is known that he has worked in Cuba, Italy and Egypt.
Susana began taking classes at the school of the teacher Josefina Blanco Pajón, however she continued her career with teachers in Mexico, where in 2016 she was certified as a professional dancer in 2016.
In his travels around the world he learned from teachers like Adria Velázquez, Alexis Simonoy and Héctor Hernández.
In 2017 he was in Italy, where he participated in a contest, which It allowed her to meet a professional who invited her to Cairo, where she stayed for four months.
As if that were not enough, this dancer also has a degree in Fashion Design, graduated last year from the Anáhuac Mayab University, where she obtained scholarships to continue her training as a ballet dancer abroad.
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