Alex Bloomstein began dancing in 1977. He was a full scholarship and fellowship student at the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival. He has studied ballet with Diana Byer, Benjamin Harkarvy, Choo San Goh, Marjorie Mussman, Janet Panetta, Igal Perry, and Rochelle Zide-Booth, among others. Alex studied modern dance at the Merce Cunningham Dance Studio. He also studied the modern technique of José Limon with Daniel Lewis and Hannah Kahn. He has studied the Martha Graham modern dance technique with Diana Hart, Mary Hinkson and Norman Walker.
Alex has also studied composition and choreography with a variety of teachers, including Bessie Schoenberg and Lynne Taylor-Corbett. Alex has performed his choreography, as well as the choreography of others, at numerous venues, including the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival and Dance Theater Workshop in New York City.
Alex has taught ballet technique, modern technique, composition and choreography, improvisation, and movement for actors in a wide variety of settings, including the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, the Williamstown Theater Festival, Williams College, and Simon’s Rock of Bard College. He has also taught musculo-skeletal anatomy, kinesiology, and movement assessment.