Artists from 13 Nations in Cuban Caribbean Biennial
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- Culture and Traditions
- 02 / 08 / 2010
Sponsored by the National Council of Performing Arts, in the exhibition-contest will perform artists and companies of Argentina, Mexico, Ecuador, Uruguay, Brazil, Colombia, Martinique, Guyana, St. Martin, France, Mali, South Africa and Cuba as
In the category of group performances will contest five plays, among them A Selected Piece, of the Brazilian company, Coliflor, Echos of the Colombian group La Prenda and ATP of Uruguayan group Tamara Cubas.
About nine unipersonal performances go for the award in solos, like the choreography Haiti in Questions, of Jean-Aurel Maurice, of St. Martin, Oruyo So of Julie Adami from Guyana and Shagaa, of Helene Cathala, of France.
The exhibition AfricaDanzAfrica, by US-French photographer Antoine Tempe and the forum Ways to be Caribbean and something more, are in the collateral program, plus performances, master classes and workshops.
The theater Mella in the capital and the Cultural Center Bertold Brecht will be the main scenarios of the event.
The Dance Biennial of the Caribbean will pay tribute to the prima ballerina assoluta Alicia Alonso.