Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba, an All-Female Dance Experience at Auditorium Theatre
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The last date listed for Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba was Thursday October 28, 2010 / 7:30pm.
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Delightful, exhilerating and exciting. Traditional Flamenco and a fusion of Flamendo, ballet and afro-Cuban danced to live voice, instruments and percussion. Stunning costumes, precision full Company work and inspired duets and solos. Amazing that...continued
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“The sheer technical finesse of Alfonso’s company, combined with a performance style that blends ensemble perfectionism with strong individual expression and a unique warmth and unforced sensuality, is impressive.” —Chicago Sun-Times
A colorful, highly energized all-female company of 18 dancers, accompanied by a live band, Dance Cuba expresses the uniqueness of Cuban culture, combining flamenco, ballet and contemporary dance with Spanish and Afro-Cuban rhythms. For their Chicago engagement, they will perform Fuerza y Compás (Strength & Measure), showcasing the dancers’ grace, strength and technical precision.