Alfonso Cervera graduated with a B.A in dance from the University of California, Riverside. Since then, Alfonso has traveled to Maine, San Francisco, and New York to continue his training as a dancer and choreographer. His training in contact improv, contemporary-modern technique, ballet folklorico and ballroom has allowed him to train with artist such as Joe Goode Performance Group, Kathleen Hermesdorf, Julia Burrer, Kelli King, Joel Smith, Jess Mullete, Julie Freeman, Wendy Rogers, Nancy Stark Smith, Crystal Sepulveda, Sofia Carreras and Taisha Paggett. Currently Alfonso is involved in professional companies such as Grandeza Mexicana, Intersect Dance Theatre, WXPT, WHAT Dance Theatre and is an artistic director and dancer for Eloku Dance Company. Alfonso has produced his own work that has been showcased in New York, Oakland, Berkley, and in Tijuana and continues to collaborate with other fellow artist located in the Riverside area. As of now Alfonso continues teaching in the Los Angeles and Riverside area and will begin the MFA program at UCR in Experimental Choreography beginning in the Fall 2015.