Domingo Ferrer Falcon Romero Obituary

Domingo Ferrer Falcon Romero died on April 3, 2020 at the age of 76 in Havana, Cuba. He awas born April 5, 1943. Domingo was known as a juggler and teacher at the National Circus School of Cuba. He began his career in 1958 at Circo La Bayamesa. He was a member of the successful juggling group Los Coronados, who began their performing career in 1968. Los Coronados varied in size from two members to five members over the course of many years, but the one constant was Domingo. The act toured internationally for many years. Domingo eventually created a solo ball bouncing juggling act. He retired from performing in 2003 and became a juggling teacher at the National Circus School of Cuba until the time of his death. He was an inspiration to his many students and colleagues.

Below you can see some photos from his performing career.

Thanks to Isidro Silveira Fernandez for his great help in creating this obituary.

Isidro Silveira Fernandez (center) with Domingo Ferrer Falcon Romero (right)

David Cain is a professional juggler, juggling historian, and the owner of the world's only juggling museum, the Museum of Juggling History. He is a Guinness world record holder and 15 time IJA gold medalist. In addition to his juggling pursuits, David is a successful composer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and singer as well as the author of twenty-four books. He and his children live in Middletown, OH (USA).

Leave a Reply