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Ballet Hispanico

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“This is strong dancing with high energy and top level technique!” -Broadwayworld.com
“[The Ballet Hispanico dancers] are, quite simply, stellar in both their stylistic malleability and their ability to create characters…. [they’re] gorgeous to look at and thrilling to watch—highly individualistic performers who can shift easily from ballet and modern to a whole range of Latin styles.” -Chicago Sun-Times
“Club Havana is a silky, sexy joy... [with] sensuality and rhythms of Latin social dance forms in choreography set to a glorious fusion of Cuban, jazz, and big-band swing music. Mr. Ruiz’s sophisticated, endlessly inventive partnering moves, timing, and stage patterns take Club Havana to another level.” -The New York Times
“The company’s momentum has changed stereotypes while exposing the beauty of the fusion of modern dance and ballet with Latin dances.” -La Voz
“Ballet Hispanico knows when to turn up the volume, and when to turn it down. This dance company can wake up the neighborhood with a sudden, brassy shout or it can croon softly in your ear, whispering words of love.” -The Star Ledger

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The Adrienne Arsht Center provides this information to help you make informed decisions when bringing young people to performances. These are recommendations – you are the expert in deciding what your children should see and know best how to help them enjoy their theatergoing experience. Every guest, regardless of age, must have a ticket; babies-in-arms are not admitted to any performance.

Monday, January 1

ZIFF BALLET OPERA HOUSE

“No one struts, kicks, spins, leaps and gyrates the way they do!"

                                                                                            -Newsday

 

"This is strong dancing with high energy and top level technique!”

                                                                          -Broadwayworld.com 

Featuring a world premiere by Miami dance star Rosie Herrera and works by Artistic Director Eduardo Vilaro, Ballet Hispanico explores the contemporary Latin soul through pieces that fuse ethnic dance with classical and contemporary techniques.

Since its inception in 1970, Ballet Hispanico’s contemporary repertory has reflected the ever-changing diversity of Latino cultures, showcased masterfully by “12 of the most technically accomplished and musical dancers you’ll find in the contemporary sphere” (The Washington Post). The Company’s first visit to Miami under the artistic leadership of Eduardo Vilaro will feature a world premiere from Miami-based choreographer Rosie Herrera and live music by the GRAMMY-winning Paquito D’Rivera Ensemble. Other program highlights include Sombrerísimo, Belgo-Colombian Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s athletic tour de force for six male dancers; Sortijas, a darkly lush duet from Cayetano Soto, one of the most dynamic and groundbreaking Spanish choreographers of his generation; and Danzón, a joyous work by Cuban-American Vilaro that plays on the fusion of jazz improvisation and Cuban rhythms.    

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