UK-born Dominic Alleyne started dancing at the age of 14 at Tutorial High School. In 2009 Dominic joined the Let’s Dance Studio after being a part of Carifesta X in 2008 and was a guest performer with the National Dance Company Seasons 29.
It was then the talented young man developed an interest for classical ballet, modern dance and other dance styles and techniques.
In 2012, Alleyne was a part of the GT&T “Feel The Beat” dance competition where he came out on top taking the first runner-up prize and gaining the recognition as one of Guyana’s best and most technical dancers in the competition.
In that same year, he made his appearance on the international stage after being invited to be a part of the Guyana delegation to the Inter-Guyana Cultural Festival in French Guiana.
Not long after, Dominic was invited to be a part of the performing arts team to our neighbouring country Suriname for Carifesta Xl in 2013 and Carifesta XII in 2015.
“I truly believe that I was born to dance, everyone can dance but not everyone is a dancer. Hard work and dedication towards the arts has made me successful thus far, my journey is long and far from home but that’s a small price I will pay for the one thing I treasure so dearly,” he stated.
The inspiration he has gained has pushed him towards great achievements and he is thankful to everyone who has supported him throughout his journey thus far.
Currently the Assistant Director and dance instructor at the Lets Dance Studio and Dance Choreographer with KAST Talent Management, Alleyne continues to thrive as a dancer and role model to many young aspiring dancers.