Angola for Arts Cooperation with Cuba
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- 03 / 31 / 2009
At present, two Cuban professors teach dance in Angola, but it is not enough, he added.
"The idea is to foster cooperation with Cuba, on the one hand, and to expand it with other countries, on the other hand," he said.
One of the hopes of improving includes training dancers abroad, because they can add values to national dance, in particular, and to art, in general, Augusto noted.
For that reason, the National School of Dance will continue to support, as much as possible, students in other countries, as they will contribute to enhancing national culture, he stressed.
"The entire professional career requires higher technical training, and dance needs constant upgrading through seminars, courses, studies and workshops, so that graduates can reach a level of excellence," he pointed out.