Madrid, April 29 (EFE). The world of dance celebrates its day all over the world, from Korea to Germany, Mexico, Spain or Peru, with street events to get closer to the public and also on social networks, it is also full of messages of harmony and demand for a better world.
This is the case of the ballet at the Staats Nuremberg Theater (Germany), which through its YouTube channel shows the faces of dancers and dance professionals from Japan, Brazil, the United States, Cuba or the United Kingdom, to warn that this year its director Joyo Monteiro says that they do not celebrate this Today in a happy way because they are aware of the pain that exists in society.
But they want to celebrate “sympathy for adversity” and invite us to accept differences in race, religion, politics, gender, gender or nationality: “Art succeeds in uniting us into one mass to which we all belong.”
In this line of search for harmony, the Spanish National Ballet and the National Dance Company have joined their creations to dance in front of Pablo Picasso’s iconic “Guernica”, with a message of solidarity through the universal language of dance.
Cuban “Mi Compania” will represent the American countries at the event organized by the International Theater Institute (ITI) in Paris, with the movie “Infinito” by Susanna Boss, according to what the company reported on social networking sites.
In addition, other performances of dance representatives from Africa, Asia Pacific, America, Europe and Arab countries can be viewed through its website.
Mexico’s National Arts Center invites dancing Friday with free admission to a program that includes more than 25 dance performances and lessons and the presentation of the video “Murals in Motion. José Clemente Orozco and the Campobello Sisters.”
In Peru there will be various activities open to the public between today and tomorrow, within the framework of the month of dance, and at the Danza Con Causa, where there will be presentations, free workshops and a raffle for scholarships among the attendees.
“The isolated and tired audience needs the dancers’ solidarity and solace,” said Kang Soo-jin, director of the National Ballet of South Korea, in her message for International Dance Day.
UNESCO established World Dance Day in 1982 to commemorate the birth of the master and creator of modern ballet Jean-Georges Noverre (1727-1810). EFE
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