Famous for her nearly three-decade career with the National Ballet of Cuba, this Prima Ballerina performed all over the world and danced to great critical acclaim in Giselle, Coppellia, The Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, and other famous ballets.
She trained at Cuba's National School of the Arts and also studied at the Provincial School of Ballet.
In 1994, she left her native country and became a dancer at Madrid, Spain's Teatro Albeniz. She later taught at universities and dance studios in Spain, Norway, and the United States.
She was married twice: to performer Jorge Luis Alvarez and author Eliseo Alberto. She had one child: a daughter named Paula Roque.
During Suarez's time with the National Ballet of Cuba, Fernando and Alicia Alonso were the artistic directors of the company.