About Us

Elizabeth Del Pino
“I graduated in 1998 from the Institute of Superior Learning for Physical Fitness and Sports located in Cuba. I specialize in Rhythmic Gymnastics, Choreography and Professional Ballet Dance.” Owner and General Director Of Pilares Dance.
Loammis Perez
“My name is Loammis Perez. I was born in Santa Clara, Cuba. I teach Ballet. I was graduated in 1995 in the medium level superior of the school National of Espectaculos Musicales in Habana, Cuba. I have 20 years of experience. I’m a professor of chorographic, Classic Ballet, folklore and more.”
Lizette Viñas
“My name is Lizette Viñas, I was born on August 16, 1995 in Miami, FL. I’m the Lyrical teacher at Pilares Dance. I dance Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, and Hip Hop. My best experience as a dancer so far has been having Mark Goodman (is a very well-know tap dancer) who Choreograph my tap solo for competition.”
Beatriz Lopez
“I was born in Habana Cuba. I am licensed in Physical Education, specializing in Rhythmic Gymnastics. I have been a teacher, Ballerina, and a Soloist in the Spanish Ballet of Cuba. I have attended dance schools for Flamenco in Spain including the conservatory of Murcia and Mariquilla de Granada.”
Darcy Ima
“Graduated in “School National of Arts” 1995 Cuba. Dancer in Premio Lo Nuestro 2014, Luis Fonsi and Victor Manuelle. Award recognition in Dancing professionalism and dedication. in MIRA QUIEN BAILA in the season 3 and 4 for Univision. Choreographer and Dancer Hispanic Television Station, Univision Channel 23 for 16 years , Miami, Florida”
Joan Morell
“My name is Joan Morell. I graduated from the National School of Art in Cuba. I was a first string contemporary dancer at Cuba National Folkloric Ballet. I was also a dancer for the List Alfonso Ballet where I toured to the Theater Apollo in Spain, The Thalia Theatre in Hamburg, The South African Theatre, The Luxor Theatre in Rotterdam, and Shangai Oriental Art Center. I have also performed in the United States in cities like Washington, Boston, and Princeton. I also performed on Broadway in New York. I was a dancer in the show "C'est Rogue" at The Feana Theatre. I performed in World Ballet Competition in Orlando, Florida. I am currently living in Miami, Florida teaching master classes at Pilares Dance.”
Rolando Sarabia
“Originally from Cuba, Rolando Sarabia enjoyed 35 years of professional career as a dancer. Mr. Sarabia began ballet studies in Matanza, Cuba in 1969 at the Provincial School of Ballet. He then continued his training at the National Ballet School in La Havana where he graduated in 1977 and began his professional career with the National Ballet of Cuba under the direction of Prima Ballerina Assoluta Alicia Alonso. As soloist principle dancer of the National Ballet of Cuba, Mr. Sarabia interpreted roles in ballets La Fille Mal Gardee, Giselle, Coppelia, Don Quixote, among others. His international experience includes performances in over 50 countries, all continents, and companies such as Ballet Teatre Teresa Carreno in Venezuela, Cali Ballet in Colombia, Giona Campobello Company in Mexico, and renowned institutions such as Paris Opera, Bolshoi and Kirov. Sarabia became the Ballet Master of the National Ballet of Cuba for eleven years. Later he became the Ballet Master of the National Ballet of Ecuador, where he stayed for eight years. Mr. Sarabia is currently a Ballet Master at Roanoke Ballet Theatre, in Roanoke, Virginia and is a guest teacher at the Washington Ballet.”