Sergio Bernal was born in Madrid in September 1990. He began his studies in 2002 at the Royal Conservatory of Dance in Madrid, ‘Mariemma’, where he finished with the “outstanding” certificate.
In his first steps he danced with the company of Rafael Aguilar as principal dancer, with the Workshop of the National Ballet of Spain and with ‘Flamenco Hoy’ by Carlos Saura.
In 2012 he entered the National Ballet of Spain as a soloist and in 2016 he became Principal Dancer.
His repertoire includes the main roles of Carmen and Bolero (Ravel) by Rafael Aguilar. Bolero 1830 by Mariemma. Bolero (Ravel) by Jose Granero. The last encounter, Concierto andaluz, created for him and Lola Greco, and The Swan by Ricardo Cue. Folía of gentlemen, his own choreography with Joaquín de Luz. Puerta de tierra, Eritaña, Fantasia galaica, Zapateado de Sarasate and The three-cornered hat by Antonio Ruiz Soler. Orestes in Electra by Antonio Ruz. Icarus of Najarro. The solo, The Death of Yves by Bernal / Cue.