Cuban Contemporary Dance company tours Europe
Cuban Contemporary Dance (DCC by its Spanish acronym), a company led by maestro Miguel Iglesias, began a tour of various European countries that will end on November 22nd with two special presentations at Monte Carlo, Monaco.
With the aim of exposing different styles and trends, the company will show some of the main choreographies of its active repertoire, said José Ernesto Gonzalez, DCC communication director.
Cuban Tangos, by English choreographer Billie Cowie; Reversible, by Belgian-Colombian Annabelle Lopez Ochoa; as well as three pieces by local creators make up the program that DCC will defend in this tour.
In Germany, the company will dance in theaters of cities such as Bonn, Coesfield, Friedrichshafen, Fulda, Furth, Karlsruhe, Ludwigsburg, Ludwigshafen and Schweinfurt; and then they will travel to the Swiss city of Baden.
As part of the schedule, and at the invitation of Her Royal Highness Carolina de Monaco, Princess of Hanover, and Jean Christophe Maillot, director of the Monte Carlo Ballet, the company will perform in two special galas at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco.
During 2016, DCC conducted four seasons at Alicia Alonso Havana Grand Theatre, made five world premieres and started the Islas Creativas project, in choreographic collaboration with UK´s British Council.