In Cuba: Flemish of Andalusia Shakes Tunas Theater with Premier Gypsy Romance
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- Arts and Culture
- culture an traditions
- Las Tunas
- 10 / 30 / 2008
The dance of Cristina Hoyos was impressive for the exalted public when she interpreted the romance La Pena Negra that, with the language of her body and her arms, as maximum expression of the dance, impregnated a singular energy and ability with the mythical poem by Federicos Garcia Lorca.
The exhibition Creo que puedo volar was inaugurated the eve in Las Tunas, as part of the activities of the Ballet Festival. This gallery of the German artist Hans Ulrich Meyer is integrated by more than twenty pictures on the visit of the prime ballerina of Cuba, Alicia Alonso, and the National Ballet of Cuba to this territory in 2007.
Las Tunas city is celebrating the International Ballet Festival until October 30 and it will count on the attendance of the minister of culture of Cuba, Abel Prieto and of Hector Soto, minister of the Peope's Power for Venezuela's Culture.
The setting in scene of the show Gypsy Romance concludes Thursday and Cristina Hoyos and the Flamenco Ballet of Andalusia will travel to Havana to accompany other famed companies of the world, invited to the Festival, that will conclude next November 6.
The International Ballet Festival of Havana, that pays homage to the 60 anniversary of the foundation of the National Ballet of Cuba, had its opening gala in the capital of this Caribbean island, with the presence of the Cuban president, Raul Castro Ruz.