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 Danza Contemporánea de Cuba will present two world premieres at the García Lorca hall of the Alicia Alonso Grand Theater of Havana next July 29, 30 and 31.

Danza Contemporánea Premieres

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Danza Contemporánea Premieres

Danza Contemporánea de Cuba will present two world premieres at the García Lorca hall of the Alicia Alonso Grand Theater of Havana next July 29, 30 and 31.

Las paredes se van, by Julio César Iglesias, offers a look at freedom, disinhibition, the search for goals and purpose, and inconformity. Iglesias, who for some time now has been carrying out his choreography, dance and teaching work in Germany and the Netherlands, brings to Cuba all that information about what is happening in European stages nowadays, and he proposes a new look to his own output. Julio César Iglesias has created pieces such as La lluvia cae por el viento, Restaurante El Paso or El cristal for Danza Contemporánea.

The other premiere is the work of main company dancer Norge Cedeño, who already created the piece Transire for the ensemble some time ago. DCCrama is a search, a journey to deconstruct principles about how dance is perceived. Contrasting feelings will be present in this creation by Cedeño.

The program will also include a revival of the piece Reversible, by Belgian-Colombian choreographer Annabelle López Ochoa.

It will be a program meant to maintain the esthetics defended by the company, which has been directed by maestro Miguel Iglesias for 31 years. The proposal is to bring to the stage an opposition of trends and styles which nurture the bodies and the minds of dancers, as well as maintaining constant movement and creation in the active repertoire of the company and giving young creators the opportunity to develop their experience and address their creative interests.

This short summer season is also an appropriate prelude to the celebrations for the company’s 57th anniversary next September, when its most successful recent choreographies will be brought back to the stage, including the revival of Mambo 3XXI, by George Céspedes.

 

 

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