Cuban National Ballet begins mexican tour
After a successful presentation Tuesday night at the National Auditorium of Mexico City, the Cuban National Ballet gets ready for the second leg of its Mexico tour in places of the state of Tabasco.
"The Magic of Dancing" is the title of the presentation by the renowned ballet company, founded in 1948 by its present director Alicia Alonso. The Cuban National Ballet is scheduled for performances in 10 Mexican cities, Prensa Latina News Agency reported.
The company will have presentations Wednesday and Thursday in the Esperanza Iris Theater, of Villahermosa city, Tabasco.
The repertoire included a selection of classical moments in the history of dancing, among them Giselle, the Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker, Coppelia, Don Quixote, Swan Lake, and Gottschalk's Symphony.
These masterpieces generated long applauses by the public, only surpassed by the overwhelming welcome to Alicia Alonso when she walked on the stage at the end of the function.