Alexander Jordan was trained in guitar at Taller de Guitars with Alejandro Bustamante and with the famous Juan Maya “Marote” and Rafael Riqueri. He studied accompaniment of dance with Paz Díaz Lemus. He has performed internationally with some of the greatest musicians and dancers of our time. His credits include “Entre Palmas y Cantares” and the Anniversary 84 of the Museo de Bellas Artes de la Habana. He was the main guitarist at “Conjunto Danzas Ibéricas”. He performed in Salas Lorca and Alejo Carpentier, at the Gran Teatro de la Habana” and “Convento San Francisco de Asis” as guitarist of the Ballet Español de la Habana. He participated and collaborated with the Ballet Nacional de Cuba, Gala de Estreno Ballet Español de la Habana, Gran Teatro de la Habana, Conciertos en las Salas Lezama Lima and Alejo Carpentier at the Gran Teatro de la Habana.
Mr. Jordan participated in the “Concierto V Aniversario” at Aula de Cultura Iberoamericana. He was part of the tribute to the dancers Milagros Medina and Reinaldo Suárez at the Galas de VII Festival Internacional de Guitarra de la Habana in Cuba. Later he toured Ciego de Ávila, Cienfuegos, Pinar del Río, Santa Clara and Isla de la Juventud in Cuba. He was part of the performances at Teatro Mella, Gala de los XIV, XV and XVI. He was a guest artist at the Ballet Festival in Havana, Cuba. He collaborated at the performance “Con Todos” at the Teatro América, and at Festival “La Huella de España” with a tribute to Ernesto Lecuona.
Alex Jordan also participated in Festival Internacional de Teatro de la Habana. He toured with his own company throughout Mexico, performing in Guadalajara, Chihuahua, Tabasco, Chiapas, Acapulco, and México City, Feria Internacional del Café, Manizales, and Teatro Nacional de México. He was a guest artist with the French group “Barrio Chino”. Mr. Jordan composed for the work “Aquel Amor Brujo” in Cuba. He performed in “Vida Breve”, “Caminando” “Aquel Brujo Amor” and as a guest guitarist with the company “Aires” with whom he performed at Salas Lorca and Antonin Artaud at the Gran Teatro de la Habana. Alex Jordan was invited to the Festival de Danza Callejera de la Habana where he accompanied the dancer Briand Veitia. He was a guest artist with the Ballet Español de la Habana and the lead guitarist at “Castañuelas y Ole”. He performed at “Cante y Guitarra”, was part of a tribute to the dancer Darío Arboleda, and performed in the Spanish play “La Casa de Bernarda Alba”. He was the lead guitarist in the television show “Ama La Academia” and also performed for “Flamenco, Toros y Caballos” with Juan Rafael Restrepo. He was guest artist in “Ramiro Isaza”, and performed in “Flamenco Místico y Espiritual” with the singer Carmenza Fuentes. Alex Jordan was the winner of “Ciclos de Conciertos” I.D.C.T. He collaborated with Nicolás Uribe, recording music for the television show “Te voy a enseñar a querer”.