Cyril Aran Fallar
Cyril started taking ballet at age 12 at the Manila Dance Center under Luther Perez, Tony Fabella and Eddie Elejar, and continued his performing arts training at the Philippine High School for the Arts for Theater Arts. In 2003, he joined BP as scholar, was promoted to apprentice in 2005, and became a company member in 2008. Mentored by Augustus Damian III, Noordin Jumalon, Victor Ursabia, Jeffrey Espejo and Alan Hineline, Cyril has also taken classes with William Morgan, Frank Ohman, Yanis Pikieris, Zane Wilson, and Maniya Barredo.
For BP, he has performed solo roles such as the Golden Idol from La Bayadere, the Bluebird Pas de Deux in Sleeping Beauty, the Peasant Pas de Quatre in Giselle, as well as the title role in Edna Vida’s Peter Pan and Puck in Carlo Pacis' A Midsummer Night's Dream for which he won the Outstanding Male Lead Performer in a Dance Production at the 2010 Gawad Buhay! Awards.
As a young choreographer, his piece Dancer’s Crux, won First Place at the 1st BP Choreographer’s Cup. He has a Bachelor of Performing Arts Major in Dance from De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde. In 2010 he won the first place prize at the NAMCYA Senior Ballet Category, in 2012 he competed at the First Boston International Ballet Competition, and in 2013 he competed at the Korean International Modern Dance Competition. In 2014, as a guest artist, he portrayed the roles of the Jester and Dancing Master in Portland Festival Ballet's Cinderella.