Alicia Alonso


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Cuban dancer and choreographer (born in 1921)

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Leyenda: En una imagen de noche, el imponente edificio de El Gran Teatro Alicia Alonso, sede de la exposicion cervantina.
Recientemente, por acuerdo del Consejo de Estado de la Republica de Cuba, ha recibido con caracter excepcional la denominacion de Alicia Alonso, en homenaje a la obra de la Prima Ballerina Assoluta.
Historians in both languages have acknowledged the contributions of Fernando to pedagogy and Alberto to choreography, yet Alicia Alonso has reigned supreme over the Cuban ballet establishment and its history.
Born in Cuba in 1921, Alicia Alonso never stopped dancing.
Some of these ambassadors include Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nelson Mandela of South Africa, United States jazz musician Herbie Hancock, Cuban ballerina and choreographer Alicia Alonso, and Dubai-based philanthropist, educator and entrepreneur Sunny Varkey.
Alicia Alonso nace en La Habana en 1921, escenario para su incursion en el ballet; continuaria sus estudios en Londres; en Nueva York hizo carrera en los musicales de Broadway.
In a country where Alicia Alonso has been at the helm of Ballet Nacional de Cuba for 50 years, Miguel Iglesias may seem like a mere stripling for heading Danza Contemporanea de Cuba for 26 years.
99) is a pick for kids in grades 3-5 with good reading skills, is illustrated in color by Raul Colon, and tells the life story of Alicia Alonso whose artistic achievements are remarkable.
El Ballet de Alicia Alonso recibia desde 1950 del Ministerio de Educacion, 33 mil pesos de subsidio; pero como se nego a colaborar con el regimen establecido, el 5 de agosto de 1956, en carta del director del INC, se informo a Alicia Alonso que se habia recomendado, previa consulta con la Junta de Asesores, la suspension de la subvencion que percibia la Sociedad Ballet de Cuba, nuevo nombre que adopto.
They gain inspiration from the legendary Alicia Alonso, a choreographer and founder of Cuba's national, who was one of the great 20th century ballerinas despite being nearly blind.
It offers a lovely illustrated book focusing on the life and career of Alicia Alonso, discusses spectacular Cuban ballet performances, and focuses on Cuban dancers within and outside of Cuba.
It offers a lovely, illustrated book focusing on the life and career of Alicia Alonso, discusses spectacular Cuban ballet performances, and focuses on Cuban dancers within and outside of Cuba.
Cuban: The National Ballet of Cuba plans to deliver a "message of peace" when it leaves Sunday for its first United States tour in eight years, its director, Alicia Alonso, said Friday.
The strongest iconic content was Alicia Alonso perfume, even though very few participants in our survey had actually used the fragrance (much like Montecristo cigars, which few had actually smoked).
But the ovation that greeted his superstar cameo was surpassed by a curtaincall for artistic director Alicia Alonso, the extraordinary woman who, virtually blind since she was 20, overcame that handicap to become one of the world's most revered ballerinas for half a century and found the school that has come to encapsulate her island's cultural identity.