The bulerías Lluvia y Vida, and the sevillana Huelva were the proposals of Andarte, with choreographies of Eismar Díaz and Geisy Almanza. Endedans used the music of Mozart to interpret Perpetuo, while Maraguán untied the Cuban identity with the staging of La Rumba, ayer y hoy.

The conclusion of the Gala was in charge of the Ballet of Camagüey with the Suite of the Ballet Don Quijote, with choreography on the original of Marius Petipá and music of Chaikovski.

Flamenco and rumba, the classic and the contemporary, joined in the stage to do of the dance the epicenter of one night that showed the best of this manifestation in the territory.

The International Dance Day is celebrated since 1982 every April 29th, day of the birthday of the outstanding ballet dancer and French choreographer, creator of the modern ballet, Jean-Georges Noverre.

Translated by BA in English Language, Manuel Barrera Téllez

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