Soloist, American Ballet Theatre
Born in Paris, France, Alexandre Hammoudi began his training at the age of seven with Max Bozzoni of the Paris Opera Ballet. He continued his training at the Academy of Dance Salle Playel in Paris from 1996-1999, and received further training at the English National Ballet School in London and, most recently, at the School of American Ballet.
At 16 years old, Hammoudi became a member of the National Ballet of Cuba and toured South America with the company.
Hammoudi joined ABT’s Studio Company in 2002, and in April 2003, joined the main Company as an apprentice. He became a member of the Company’s corps de ballet in April 2004 and appointed a Soloist in July 2012. Hammoudi’s repertoire includes numerous premier works with various critically acclaimed choreographers, and featured in classical roles such as prince Siegfried and ballroom Von Rothbart in Swan lake, Romeo and Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet, Espada in Don Quixote, Albrech in Giselle, Cavalier Prince in Nutcracker.