Bruno Alexandre has a degree in dance from Escola Superior de Dança and another one in Law from Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa. He also holds a Master in Scenic Arts from the NOVA University of Lisbon – School of Social Sciences and Humanities.
As a choreographer, he created the solo Cinemateca, supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and by Materiais Diversos, which had its premiere at Festival Cumplicidades, and Cavalos Selvagens, premiered at Culturgest and supported by Direção-Geral das Artes. In 2020, he premiered, with the co-production of LU.CA – Teatro Luís de Camões, A Caminhada, a show for children and young people. He worked in Companhia Olga Roriz as a dancer and artistic assistant between 2007 and 2020 and integrated all the company’s shows in Portugal, Macau, Brazil, and South Korea during those years. He also worked with Filipa Francisco in the show A Viagem and with Tiago Rodrigues / Companhia Instável in Assim, tipo...dança contemporânea. He was also interpreter and creator of the shows Lugar Vagon, awarded by Clube Português de Artes e Ideias and presented at Festival Citemor, and Aguada – both in collaboration with Pedro Santiago Cal and Mafalda Saloio.
In cinema, he participated in Nadadoras, a film by Susana Nobre, and Mariphasa, by Sandro Aguilar. In theater, he worked with Susana Vidal in Rosto, Clareira e Desmaio, which premiered at Teatro Nacional D.Maria II, and participated in Aqui há regras, a proposal by Collectif Jambe for Festival Alkantara.
As a teacher, he has taught Improvisation and Composition regular classes and workshops, namely at ETIC (Escola Técnica de Comunicação), CMJ (Jobra Music Conservatory), F.O.R (Olga Roriz Training), Escola de Artes do Alentejo Litoral (Sines) and Sidance Festival (Seoul).