Victor Talledos

Victor Talledos is an international independent artist based in SF. He began his dance training at Conservatorio de Danza in Mexico City and graduated from Escuela Superior de Musica y Danza de Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico. In 2008, he moved to NYC to attend the Ailey School for two years. Victor has performed for Proyectos en Movimiento dance company and Ballet Moderno de Mexico-Las Bestias in Mexico. In 2010, Victor moved to San Francisco and became part of the Bay Area Dance community, he has worked for Robert Moses’ Kin Dance Company, Copious Dance Theater, Labayen Dance San Francisco, Alayo Dance Company, The Anata Project, RAWDance SF, among others. As a choreographer, Victor has shown his work in venues including Ailey Citigroup Theater, Dance New Amsterdam for the “Latin Choreographers Festival” in NYC, Dance Mission Theater for the “Latin American Contemporary Choreographers Festival” in SF, Safe House Arts, Cowell Theater. He has been a guest choreographer for Labayen Dance, Copious Dance Theater and Emote Dance Theater.

Victor is currently faculty member for all education programs at Alonzo King LINES Ballet, from Teens at LINES to the BFA Program at Dominican University of California. He is part of the Modern Dance faculty at Berkeley Ballet Theater and teaches open classes (ballet, modern and contemporary) at Alonzo King LINES Dance Center. Victor has also taught in places including ODC Dance Commons, Shawl Anderson Dance Center, and Westlake School for the Performing Arts and has been a guest artist at Stanford University, guest teacher and choreographer at Mills College, guest choreographer at The Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts (SOTA). He has taught workshops in Amarillo, Texas, Mexico City and Monterrey, Mexico. Aside from his professional dance career, Victor is also a visual artist, part-time model and photographer.

Alonzo King LINES Ballet | BFA at Dominican, Dance Center, School Programs, Summer Program, Teens at LINES, Training Program

Photography | © Victor Talledos