Victor Talledos

Victor is an independent artist, visual artist, dancer, dance teacher and choreographer based in San Francisco. He began his training at Conservatorio de Danza in Mexico City, graduated from Escuela Superior de Musica y Danza de Monterrey, Mexico and studied at the Ailey School in NYC. He has danced for different companies in Mexico and NYC. In the Bay Area, he has worked for Robert Moses’ KIN, Copious Dance Theater, RAW Dance SF, Labayen Dance SF, among others. Victor has shown his choreography in San Francisco and NYC and he has been a guest choreographer for Labayen Dance SF, Emote Dance Theater, and Copious Dance Theater. He has taught Horton, Modern, and Ballet at Alonzo King Lines Ballet San Francisco Dance Center, Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, Lone Star Ballet in Amarillo Texas, Westlake School for the Performing Arts, workshops in Mexico City and Monterrey, Mexico. Victor is currently faculty at Alonzo King Teens@Lines Program, Lines Ballet Training Program, Berkeley Ballet Theater and Artist in Residence for Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts.