Aída Gómez Born in Madrid and began his studies early dance reconciles the disciplines of Classical Ballet and Spanish, initial part of his career that ends at age 12.
In a long period of constant improvement in all disciplines and branches of dance art, Aida also, in parallel, and received knowledge in Classical Spanish Dance teachers Juana Taft, Maestro Ontin, Pilar de Oro, Aurora Pons, Merche Esmeralda, Juanjo Linares, Paco Fernandez, Carmina Ocaña, Maria Magdalena, Ciro, La Tati, Manolete, Lola de Avila, Luis Fuente, Aurora Bosch and Victoria Eugenia.
In 1982, only fourteen, is incorporated by Antonio Ruiz Soler systematic discipline and the National Ballet of Spain, playing from a top soloist roles; in 1985 amounted to prima ballerina, assuming leading roles in the repertoire of the Spanish company owner.
In commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the establishment of the National Ballet of Spain he played alongside Antonio Gades, the role of the Bride in Blood Wedding.
Aida Gomez premiered in 1989 at the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid character Doña Inés in the ballet Don Juan , with a libretto by Miguel Narros, choreography by José Antonio and music by José Nieto, also interpreting the Santander Festival and at major theaters in Moscow and Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) in 1990. During that tour, he also danced Cachucha and Zarabanda in the joint Spain-Russia Gala Theatre Kirov (now Mariinsky).
In the same year he took part in the tribute for the centenary of Antonia Merce Argentina , held at the Teatro María Guerrero in Madrid, where recreated, guided Mariemma, original choreography of the legendary star of Spanish dance, highlighting Fandango Candil , part of the aesthetic that has made flag. Then participated with great figures in international galas Stars of Dance and Ballet in Trieste and Carcassonne, and intervened in the finery of the Bolero School, dancing with Jose Antonio, the pas de deux Puerta de Tierra , Antonio Ruiz, and was also one of the leading figures of the tribute to Vicente Escudero.
Following his career, in 1996 he joined, as a guest artist in the company of Joaquin Cortés, acting in major European and American scenarios, among which we can highlight the Royal Albert Hall in London and Radio City in New York. At this time, Maurice Bejart works with both lecturing company Lausanne as a school of Rudra. Finally in 1997 inaugurated the Teatro Real in Madrid The Three-Cornered Hat , playing the role of The Milling with the music of Manuel de Falla and Pablo Picasso designs, being awarded the Max Award Performing Arts at the best dancer.
Gomez formed his own company in 1997 the Ministry of Education and Culture the appointed Artistic Director in January 1998, becoming the youngest director in the history of the National Ballet of Spain. Interprets Poet , a tribute to Rafael Alberti music of Vicente Amigo and works as a guest artist in the Andalusian Dance Company. A year later, choreography Semblanzas .
In 2000 the doors fronted premiere of a new program in which he portrayed two completely opposite characters: Frida Kahlo and the legendary Carmen. The first, a choreography created for her by Antonio Canales, while the second is signed by José Antonio. In April of that same year after performances at the Teatro Bellas Artes in Mexico, was awarded the Silver Medal awarded by the Cultural Institute of the Fine Arts Theatre.
In 2001 Aida Gómez created his own company dedicated to the production and distribution of entertainment and your company launches its new project: Salome , with stage direction by Carlos Saura. The work is done for the first time in the Festival of Santander in January 2002, and since then has toured nationally and internationally in the most important theaters and festivals worldwide. The project has resulted in a film directed by filmmaker Carlos Saura with receiving the award at the International Film Festival of Montreal for Best Artistic Contribution . Following his creative stage, Aida Gomez premieres in February 2003 his show Dreams at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, five small works choreographed by it have since rotated by Spanish and foreign cities, together with the show Salome .
In the spring of 2003 Aida Gomez and dance choreography for the National Theatre Network show Elf under the stage direction of José Carlos Plaza, dancer and singer concerto composed The Three Cornered Hat and Amor Brujo Manuel de Falla Spanish touring numerous cities. In April, 2004 dances in Madrid`s Teatro Albéniz as guest artist at work Mudéjar and one month after participating in the Gala Dance San Isidro at the Teatro Real in Madrid. In June the show dancing with Dreams at gala Majesties the Kings of Spain at the Royal Palace of Madrid in October and embarks on a long tour of Asia two months closing the Festival of Shanghai. Already in December 2004 the same part as a dancer and choreographer in the film Iberia of Carlos Saura and the Ministry of Culture awarded him the National Prize for Dance 2004.
In September 2005, participating in the gala tribute to Antonio Gades in the Teatro de la Zarzuela and honors for November is as Glamour magazine Woman of the Year for his career. In March 2006 she premiered at the Festival de Jerez work Carmen with stage director Emilio Sagi and begins a long international tour spanning from Japan and China to many Spanish cities. In January 2008 begins assembling Let me bailarte , new production and Classical Spanish Bolero School to commemorate the bicentennial of the Dos de Mayo, which premiered at the Teatro Albéniz in Madrid, which receives APDE prize. Susw Among many distinctions include the Juan Bravo Award for best performer (2009) and the Cultural Award of the Community of Madrid.
In 2010 collaborates with filmmaker Bigas Luna creating choreography for the Spain Pavilion at the World Expo in Shanghai, and received the Prix La Barraca University Menéndez Pelayo. Dance in the New Year Gala of the Teatro Real in Madrid.
In 2012 its formation is named resident of the City of Pozuelo de Alarcón company and start mounting the new production Adalí , which premieres at the Canal Theatre.