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Wild, powerful, light, and leaping -- and classical at the same time. That's"Ballet Revolución"from Cuba, the newest export from the island of sugar cane and cigars.The weak country is still strong in dance training, and it wants to show that to the world. The ballet is a tightrope act between freedom and regimentation, as well as among Afro-Cuban rhythms, hip-hip, international pop, and classical ballet. And the highest Cuban powers have authorized it to use the word Revolution in its name. For more Arts.21 go to http://www.dw.de/dw/episode/9798/0,,15797947,00.html
Jitski tells us about her experience in Havana, Cuba where she spent 2 months participating in two different theatre internships arranged by International Career Studies. To learn more about International Career Studies and it's international internship programs visit http://www.internationalcarerestudies.com and contact us to see how we can help you to set up an internship abroad.
We present the fourth video from our trip to Cuba. We stayed at the Dhawa Cayo Santa Maria resort for a week in August. It was awesome. This video is all clips from the theatre and evening shows. Enjoy it before summer ends. http://www.dhawa-cuba.com/
FEURIGE TÄNZE UND PULSIERENDE RHYTHMEN! Das Tanzmusical aus Havanna.
Learn more & buy tickets: http://theaud.us/CubaDonQ Ballet Nacional de Cuba brings its acclaimed version of "Don Quixote" to the Auditorium Theatre stage when it returns to Chicago for the first time in 15 years. Heralded as a production that will make you “fall in love with ballet all over again” by The Washington Post and “unforgettable” by the Los Angeles Times, the company’s "Don Quixote" puts its own unique spin on the classic story ballet, loosely based off of the novel by Miguel de Cervantes and reimagined by company director Alicia Alonso. “Those looking for passion, Latin or otherwise, will find it,” says The New York Times.
Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays in August 2015. The opening production was a staged reading of "Cocktail Time in Cuba" by Rogelio Martinez. Martinez and Two River's artistic director John Dias share what the historic opening up of Cuba means to its artists. Music by David Oquendo and Juan Wust. Produced by Susan Wallner; Videography by Joe Conlon; Narration by Dan Gordon.
Book tickets for Vamos Cuba! here: http://bit.ly/2sTvhaK The scintillating spectacular from acclaimed Cuban choreographer Nilda Guerra and director Cal McCrystal returns to London. Set in the crazy chaos of Havana airport, where families are parted, lovers reunited and time flies when you’re having fun. In a place of new beginnings and old romances, where reality calls and dreams take flight, we experience the joys and vibrancy of Cuban life with all the passion and laughter that embodies the Cuban spirit. Vamos Cuba! is an exuberant mix of traditional and modern dance styles including salsa, rumba, cha-cha-cha and reggaeton, with a live band led by Julito Padron and a cast of the hottest dancers Cuba has to offer. ★★★★ "Loveably loopy Cuban dance extravaganza" - Time Out ★★★★ "A carni...
(5 Nov 2010) AP TELEVISION Havana, Cuba, November 3, 2010 1. Various shots of American Ballet Theatre (ABT) dancing "Theme and Variations" 2. Medium shot audience clapping Havana City, November 2, 2010 3. Wide shot ABT members at conference table 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Kevin Mc Kenzie, Artistic Director of American Ballet Theatre (followed by translator) "It's very difficult to say what political impact our presence could have. Because we are not politicians. We come equipped with a cultural depth to reach across all differences" 5. Medium shot ABT members at conference table 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Julie Kent, Principal Ballerina of American Ballet Theatre: "She (Alicia Alonso) set such a standard at American Ballet Theatre that it is one of the reasons why it is a great compa...
danced by Conjunto Folklorico Nacional de Cubba on May 2014 I think it is rare to be danced Obatalá. It was the first day for me to see the dance of Conjunto Folklorico Nacional de Cuba and this show was opened with the dance of Obatalá. I was fascinated with this work, so beautiful and divine!!!
Viva Cuba! 2 Act