Alexandra Bormeth is a contemporary ballet choreographer and educator based out of the Bay Area, California. Trained in Russian Vaganova method by Tamara Statkoun, her ballet foundation became her passion. As well as a figure skater, she achieved her Senior Gold in Moves in the Field.
Bormeth danced principal roles from Copeilla, Paquita, Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker and much more. Graduating with her Bachelors in Fine Arts in Dance Choreography from UCIrvine in 2019, she trained under Tong Wang, Lar Lubavitch (whom’s acclaimed repertoire, ‘Marimba’, she performed), as well as Loretta Livingston in choreography. Bormeth has had the opportunity to study under Vertigo Dance Company and Batsheva Dance Company in Israel; studying the ‘release’ & ‘Gaga’ techniques, she learned repertoire from Noa Wertheim, Gavriel Spitzeran, and Nitzan Lederman.
As a choreographic artist, Bormeth pushes the boundaries of organic and visceral movement, such as her original production ‘Don’t Be Such a Flour.’ in October 2021. Today Bormeth works in dance education in the Orange County region, teaching ballet, repertoire, choreography, and contemporary. Further, she promotes students in competitions such as the Youth American Grande Prix with ballet variations and contemporary choreography.