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The Cuban National Ballet is scheduled to be shown and shown twice in April

This content was published on 05 Apr 2022-18:46

Havana, April 5 (EFE). – In April, the Cuban National Ballet (BNC) will perform “Nine O’Clock” by British choreographer Gemma Bond, and will replace James’s “Nine Men’s Symphony” in April. Kelly, and the “red look” of Cuban Eli Regina, the company said Tuesday.

The National Theater’s Avelaneda Hall will host the Cuban Company’s performances from April 15-17 and 23-24, according to the BNC.

Bond, who took part in the piece’s rehearsal at company headquarters, confirmed that he has been “seeking to move away from ballet classicism” since saving the music of German composer Johann Sebastian Bach.

“The Ninth Hour is an abstract ballet dance performed by five pairs of dancers with movements drawn from the words of the work,” said the young woman who has presented work for the American Ballet Theater in New York and other reputable companies.

Bond also highlighted the artistic quality of the BNC members and expressed his “proud” to put together a piece for the emblematic Cuban institution.

In turn, Professor James Kelly suggested a “Symphony of Nine Men”, which had previously been organized by the BNC in 2004; Cuban Elle Regina (“Red Road”) worked as part of the cultural programme.

Recognized among the world’s top classical ballet companies, BNC debuted on October 28, 1948 under the name of their manager Alicia Alonso, who they co-founded with then-husband Fernando Alonso and son-in-law Alberto Alonso, both primary names in Cuban dance.

In 2018, the nation’s cultural heritage was declared the “maximum expression of the Cuban School of Ballet,” a requirement that extended to the company’s repertoire and archive of photos, objects, and documents related to the institution.

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The 73-year-old institution returned to Cuban stages in December of last year, after a hiatus imposed by the pandemic. EFE

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