Penélope Morejón

She was born in Cienfuegos. In 2005 she began her dance studies at the Benny Moré art vocational school in her province, during that period she obtained a joint prize for choreographic creation with the piece Rencuentro. She continued her training in the Province of Villa Clara at the Samuel Feijóo Professional School of Art, in 2008. In the third year of middle school she participated in the first edition of the Ernestina Quintana contest and reached the prize in female performance. In 2011 she became part of the cast of Contemporary Dance of Cuba, under the direction of  Miguel Iglesias. As part of this company she reached the rank of first dancer and performed works such as MeKniksmo, Mambo 3XXI, Identity-1, Matria Etnocentra, R = V (The criterion of the camel), Carmina Burana and Requiem de Mozart, by George Céspedes; Return, by Alexis Zanetti; Demo-N / Crazy, by Rafael Bonachela; Compás, by Jan Linkens; Sombrisa, by Itzik Galili; El Cristal, by Julio César Iglesias; Transire. Without wanting to look back, by Norge Cedeño; Cuban Tangos, by Billy Cowie; Heterodox and Reversible, by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa; Cenit, by Laura Domingo; Segunda piel and Coil, by Julio César Iglesias; Beyond the dust, by Miguel Altunaga; Equilux, by Fleur Darkin; The loves of Mars and Venus, by Lea Anderson; Consecration, by Christophe Beránger and Jonathan Pranlas-Descours, and The Listening Room, by Theo Clinkard. Together with this company, he performed in countries such as Colombia, Switzerland, Russia, the United States, the Principality of Monaco, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Germany, the Netherlands and Poland. Since January 2019 she is part of the cast of Acosta Danza.