From October 28 to November 7, our capital will host a fiesta of ballet, with visitors like the American Ballet Theater, which is returning to Cuba after 40 years, and figures such as Russians Vladimir Vasiliev and Vladimir Malakhov from the Berlin Opera, and Spaniard Tamara Rojo.
This is a great festival, unlike any other in the world and which has been growing; it is almost a record, Alonso said.
About 30 performances are scheduled, 12 of them world premiers, such as El Amor Brujo by Spaniard dancer Antonio Rios (El Pipa); Le papillon, by Canadian Peter Quanzm, and El perfume, by Belgian Luc Bouy.
Invitees include the
Soloists such as José Manuel Carreño, Herman Cornejo and Paloma Herrera will also honor her with their performances.
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